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#1 9 years ago

I cant seem to find any to use in radiant no matter what I do... I can find some sky and water ones... but seriously, after hours of looking no fire.. can anyone tell me where they are?

Or would I have to make one?




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#2 9 years ago

Fire is generally done with effects, not shaders.

If you mean lava, one of the lava shaders suppled with the game is 'textures/sandcrawler/ore'.

I forget the name of the Taspir lava shader, but it's under the Taspir texture list - don't use the one that looks like lava, it's just a texture, not the shader; the one you want will have the little red and black 'shader not found' image representing it, and will have a very similar name to the lava texture.

You can use either the Taspir or Sandcrawler lava shader, though - they'll both do the trick sufficiently well.


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#3 9 years ago

I was trying to put a torch up. So your saying I would do that with the fx runner? I havn't found much about anything with making a torch or fire effects, and when I did they told me to go to files I don't have any whatnot :/




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#4 9 years ago

Before I say any more, I'd just like to ask a quick question - are you using GtkRadiant 1.5.0?


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#5 9 years ago

No, 1.4.0




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#6 9 years ago

Rich Diesal's tutorial page for fx_runner covers it, I guess. Don't know if it works in jk3, though. But you could give it a try - doesn't seem to be overly complicated.




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#7 9 years ago

I didn't think that was for torches too, just thought it was if you wanted a flame jet or something :P I'll try that though thanks




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#8 9 years ago

You're right, the flame jet is probably not what you want. But I guess one of these will do the job: env/fire, env/fire_wall, env/small_fire. Not sure though, since I'm too lazy to try them out myself. Just have a look in assets1.pk3\effects\env\ (or go download the list published recently on jk3files) and go trial and error.




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#9 9 years ago

I did, I went and tried right after that post I made and used fire and it worked great, thank you all for the help :)