Made a "new" saber, can't get it to work. -1 reply

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Dingus Khan

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#1 15 years ago

Well, this is not, strictly speaking, the forum for this, but I'm trolling for answers. Here's the original thread:

http://forums.filesnetwork.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=2414

Basically, to recap, I've made my custom saber pk3 file, put in the base directory but the game doesn't recognise it. This is to say that there is no change in the game (SP, I haven't tried MP). My intention was to have my custom replace the blue/default saber. I've looked through the various "tutorials" (which perhaps they are if the tutorial addresses your specific goal) and found no helpful information.

So, if anybody has a suggestion, I'm game to try it. Do let me know, wont' you?

Dingus Khan




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#2 15 years ago

i guess ill try it




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#3 15 years ago

i dont know if it works cuz i cant test it out but here try and tell me if it doesnt work




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#4 15 years ago

Well, it works just like it should! What did you do differently? Evidently, just piling all the files into a new pk3 doesn't do the job. I'm very curious to hear your approach/method on this problem! Thank you very much for your effort, I really appreciate it! Let me know what I've been doing incorrectly.

Again, thanks!

Dingus Khan




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#5 15 years ago

it was very ez all i did was make a folder called GFX and in that make a folder called effects and in that i put a folder called sabers and in sabers put the pics and then turn the GFX folder into a pk3




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#6 15 years ago

I tried a few experiments with your system and they all worked like a charm! Thanks for illustrating how to make it work, I really appreciate it. Now all I have to do is get some good graphics software and dive into skinning properly.

Yet again, thanks!

Dingus Khan