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score1_uk

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#1 10 years ago

I have a mod installed but the team colors are not to my liking. How would I remove them?




Achilles

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#2 10 years ago

open the sod in a hex editor and rename all instances of the word "team" to something else four letter, like "void"




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#3 10 years ago

Alternaively, if you are working with stock models (sounds as if you aren't though) or if you have the unlimited importer, import said models into MS3d, find the teamcolor meshes and make them use the same texture as the rest of the mesh (typically, the same texture file will be loaded twice, one for the object the other for team color purposes, sometimes more than twice depending on the amount of LODs).

Thats how I removed teamcolors from stock models, and it should work the same for a custom 3d model.




Achilles

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#4 10 years ago

sounds awefully long winded when I can do it by typing 4 letters =P




IKS

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#5 10 years ago

HEx editor is one of the best moddingtools. you can recreate many instances of the same model with different textures, I do it in Legacy to retexture stock models and play them with the stock models.




delta_dids

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#6 10 years ago

I love the Hex editor, its great for changing the script files for single player to.




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#7 10 years ago

Either that, or you edit "teamcolor.odf" under odf\other so that all the team colors are exactly the same. That'd get rid of team colors permanently in your game.

Another option is to use a stock version of the same, if the mod changed your team colors.

If that 'hex editor' stuff they're goin' on about above does nothing for you.

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#8 10 years ago

Well, that wouldn't exactly help starfleet kid as I believe his problem is that his ships look strange with teamcolored areas. Making all the team colors the same would't fix that problem, as the ship would still have teamcolored areas :)




score1_uk

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#9 10 years ago

Its with the fleet ops models. If I export them to ms3d, remove the colors, and export back to sod, the model goes wrong. Have they done somthing to them to prevent tampering?




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#10 10 years ago

Try re-noding them. seriosuly I'd try hex editing.




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