Well, I decided that there can never be too many mapping tutorials, so I decided to make one.
There will be more, thorough tutorials later, but I know some guys just can't wait to get into a box they made themselves, and giggle the whole time.
It's in Open Office format. Seeing as for some reason, when I reinstalled Windows, I forgot to install Microsoft office.
is that GTKRadiant because it doesn't look like it
I don't have Microsoft office,so how to open the file?
You dont need Microsoft office. Just get Open Office.
Just download it from that very page.
Woah! Did not realize it was that big! Sorry 'bout that! Well, if you have the time to download a 98 megabyte file, you can read it.
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15th March 2005
Don't save it in such an obscure format. Open Office is fully capable of saving in .doc format (which can be read by wordpad for those who do not have office). By saying in some silly format you're not helping anyone, least of all the people that actually need the tutorial.
Agreed, my internet connection is @#$%. So I'd very much apprieciate it if you could repost your tutorial in a .doc format.
Ok, I just thought that it may muck up the pictures. It's really just for begginers, so I don't know why Inryi or Darth Parrot would want it. But anyway.
Edit: Ok, attachments not working.
Here it is Mapping_tutorial.zip - FileFront.com , I hope it did not muck up the format.
Johnpp;3662216I don't know why Inryi or Darth Parrot would want it.
We want it so we can reveiw it and give you advice for your future tutorials ;) . Anyways, I really like it! I really like how you described every detail without getting to complicated. The only thing That I think you should add to it is an explaination of the "void" and how that works. But other than that, great job! :thumbsup: I hope to see more tutorials from you in the future :) .
Thank you. The images did not, "collapse", did they? I will explain the Void in the tutorial. I just needed you're guys oppinion to see if I could voice myself correctley. :)