Two minor bugs in JK2Radiant -1 reply

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#1 16 years ago

Hi,

I'm not sure whether this are bugs, but it's strange, though. MultiFaceSelecting (with Ctrl+Shift+Alt) and the Mouse Wheel (for 3D Freelook moving like as GtkRadiant) doesn't work, and I don't know why. Does anyone have the same problem?

Greets, Morgoth




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#2 16 years ago

I dont actually use this program but if you have a look at http://www.3dgamers.com, they have an updated version of the program for download. I think they released an update a day after the SDK was released. Im not sure what it fixes though.

james bondage




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#3 16 years ago
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#4 16 years ago

Yeah, there is a link to it on the main page under Monday 22nd April.




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#5 16 years ago

Thanks for your response jamesbondage, but finally I've mailed RavenSoft directly to get clearly informations about my problems. Here's the piece:

You can’t select multiple faces using Radiant. I’ve also noticed that my mouse wheel doesn’t work. There might be an option to fix it under “Preferences,” but I never used it so I never really investigated any further. I could middle click to apply textures, but the scroll doesn’t appear to work. --Kenn Kenn Hoekstra Project Administrator/ Director of Support Services Raven Software Corporation http://www.ravensoft.com/

Well, I guess there are no chances to get a new version of the SDK, so I must mess around with these mad Keys to navigate in the 3D View Window (I just loved the mouse wheel support in GtkRadiant!). :(

Greets, Morgoth




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#6 15 years ago

try making sure you are set to 3 button mouse in preferances. I set up for 2 button since i started mapping that way. and the middle button/wheel still lets me zoom in both 3d and 2d but that's in GTK.

Since GTK will edit JKII and has a bit more functionality (.pfb and the smaller grid settings, not to mention all the plugins) why not use it instaed?




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#7 15 years ago

Well i find JK2radiant fine how it is and i like the default grid, if you like GTKRadiant so much then why not use it?