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Oshoryu

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#1 14 years ago

Hello all, I'm currently doing a map for Jedi Academy using GtkRadiant 1.4.0 and I've gone to Compile it to test it out and I'm getting an error saying "Entity 0, Brush 482: MAX_BUILD_SIDES" I saved it as a different name and cut the brushes down to considerably but I still get an error albeit with a lower number. I don't believe my level is too big but there must be an upper limit I guess, I just didn't think I would have reached it yet. Apologies if this has been mentioned before but I did have a look through the Stickeys and couldn't see anything listed. If anyone can help then that would be cool. Cheers. --=Oshoryu=--




$Michiel$

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#2 14 years ago

Do you have a really complicated brush in your map? That could be the problem, delete it or cut it in multiple brushes.




Oshoryu

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#3 14 years ago

Well that's what I thought but all I have now are a few rooms, there's not even any cylinders there anymore!

So do you know what the Error message means or is it a complex brush?




Mhistava

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#4 14 years ago

Run brush cleanup, its in the corner on your options menu, green and blue arrows pointing around eachother, if not do what michiel said and get rid of spheres, arbitrary sided brushes or cones.




Oshoryu

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#5 14 years ago

Thanks Mhistava that did the trick. Thought I might have to start all over a again for second! Do you know if there is a way of altering the size of Models? Like making them smaller?

Thanks again.




GothiX

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#6 14 years ago

Use the "modelscale" key. 1 is default, but you can also enter an X Y Z value, as in, 0.4 0.6 0.4.