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Datarock Advanced Member

Resynchronizing with RealitySorry, You're Not a Winner

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#11 12 years ago
Tycoon;3593086I find this very useful when deleting Borg Cubes, and fleets of enemy ships :p

Heh, i suppose this can be used to an advantage like that, especially on the harder missions.




Chiletrek

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#12 12 years ago

Hello: It can also be used to change some units, like in one of the Federation's mission I changed the USS Allegheny from a Galaxy Class toa Galaxy-Venture Class (with added phaser arrays on the nacelles) or the Akira flagship in the Neutral Zone mission to an Ambassador Class. That way you can add addon ships and make them part of the campaigns too.




Dontai

I want to be like Revenge

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#13 12 years ago
AdmarilRyan;3593458Lol I didn't know that you could this and I've being modding for more than 2 and a half years now, then again I've never done much with the map editor.

And that is why i made this post and the fact it is best way to have good ai battles!!!! :naughty: :D




SPY46

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#14 12 years ago

if you do the edit thing, can it be saved that way or will the map revert to what it was originaly?




Chiletrek

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#15 12 years ago

Hello: When editing mission maps, you can only replace a specific elemt for other with the same label (and same coordinates to make it more good looking). but you can save them the same way you save a normal map you create, by pressing ctrl+s.




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