1) Is there an overlay or something that will show territory of the sectors I place while in the world builder? As it is now I am placing things, playing the map, noting the locations of things, then tab out, adjust things in the world builder, save, load up the game again, repeat.... kinda time consuming and I'm fairly confident there has GOT to be an easier way to do things.
2) Is there a way to adjust the size of the starting territory? I tried adding "can_build" points to extend it, but I am either not doing it right, or they don't work the way I think they should.
Thanks for any advice!
So... is there a prize for stumping the panel? Or is my question just dumb enough that nobody thought I was serious? :)
Terminal_by_Proxy;3550034So... is there a prize for stumping the panel? Or is my question just dumb enough that nobody thought I was serious? :) Terminal_by_Proxy
lol Sorry I haven't been online in a couple days since I have been sick. There is a way to edit the territory sectors. 1. First you will need to make shortcut for world builder and add -dev to the end of the target path just like the CoH shortcut for playing mp maps. 2. Using the worldbuilder -dev shortcut, goto the toolbar on top, under Overlay, click Toggle Overlay. 3. Go back to Overlay on the toolbar and then click Territory Sectors. 4. Go to the icon toolbar right underneth the normal toolbar and click TER to go into territory mode. 5. On the right side of the screen you will see the territory options under Edit Modes, click Calculate Voronio, this adds all the sectors around your points and the territory sectors should be visable in different colors. 6. If you want to edit the sectors just click Sample Enity and and then click the point you want to edit the sector for. The paint brush 'circle' should attach to that point and you can then just click and hold to paint the territory sector for that point. Another option on the Territory edit panel is Paint Null. I use this for water and large hills that units can not cross over. This erases sectors so no one can control the area painted with the Paint Null. Hope this helps ;)
Thanks man, thats Flakninjalicious advice!
I feel smarter now!