I made it. sort of... i know how to make it like TFU though:smokin:
edit: hows this one?
uh this was made like years and years ago, and they got it better so that it has a black glow, look it up on jk3files.
No. No one has made a black saber (black core white outline) for jk3. this is like the one in TFU. That's why I'm excited. I've been looking for that kind of saber forever. and black doesn't glow...
now, quickly find the part that gives it the GLOW and make it glow Black, OR you could simply take a Red saber remove all color (So its a black blade) and find the part that defines the glow and make it black too.
You people don't seem to be understanding. Black lightsaber in Force Unleashed has white glow ;) So stop advising him to make the glow black, he wants to get a core look nice black yet have a white glow.
I remember playing a JK2 mod (which I have forgotten the name) where you could choose that saber. So minilogoguy is right, this has been made ages ago, but congrats on your re-discovering.
And, have you been looking for that saber forever? or since you saw it on TFU.
Whoa, Tdawg, could you send me that, I have to see how you did it.
I have been wanting it since TFU came out and how to do it dawned on me last night so here it is. And my bad i was unaware that they already had one because i was searchi8ng for one of these for ages. 1 question though. How do you change the saber trail color from red to white or from any other color to white?
heavymetalgungan;4598310Whoa, Tdawg, could you send me that, I have to see how you did it.
I believe he just swapped the colors around, e.g. changed the core's white to black and changed the glow to white instead of e.g. red.
Hmm I'm not entirely sure how to change the trail of the saber, have you tried adjusting
blurcore.jpg blurglow.jpg swordtrail.jpg
Those may be answer, but I'm no expert on adjusting saber files
tdawgHow do you change the saber trail color from red to white or from any other color to white?
You can't. The blur is colored on the fly. You'd have to get into the code and alter its definition of red, yellow or whichever color you replaced.