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Hypermaggot666

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#1 15 years ago

Ok im on the tutorials and i just made my first map im suppose to save as and then goto bsp fullvis i did so and the file is in the map folder but its a BAK file..isnt it suppose to be a BSP file? and it wont load when i try to load it with map firstmap or devmap firstmap can someone tell me why this is happening?




Darth_Gringo

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#2 15 years ago

the compile is failing. the .bak is created when you open a saved file. so there is probably a leak or some other error taking place but you would have to give more details, also whar version of radiant gtk or jk2 and if gtk what version. what OS are you running? anyway give more info!

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Hypermaggot666

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#3 15 years ago

well i got windows xp 1.04 patch for jk2. I got no errors in the status bar either thats why im worried.. doesnt make much sense :( anyway not sure what version of radiant but ill check later (im at school).




Hypermaggot666

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#4 15 years ago

ok i just got a .map file and its fine nothing wrong with it no errors or anything i got it from a source, this one has alrdy been published before. All i did was save it and run bspvis on it and it did the same thing...that makes no sense how could this be havin errors if i didnt change anything.. and the map file was not corrupt




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#5 15 years ago

If you don't already use it, download GTK Radiant and try one of the q3map2 compiles.




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#6 15 years ago

Try searching for a file called junk.txt on your computer, it should contain all compiler output and sometimes you might miss the error when it shows up during compile :)

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