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Double W Jedi

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#1 10 years ago

It's me again, I can only open my terrain map with radiant 1.4 instead of 1.5. The only problem with 1.4 is that all the brushes are blending through each other so that you can't see them and 1.5 doesn't have that problem. Is there a way how I can fix that blending problem so that I can see what I'm doing, or is there a way how I can fix 1.5 so that I can open the terrain in that one.




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#2 10 years ago

Check your filters.

You'll need to post a screenshot if that's not the problem...I can't quite make out the problem.




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#3 10 years ago

How exactly do you take screen shots of radiant?




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#4 10 years ago

Simple. Open the Radiant so it shows the problem. Then, press PrintScrn key. Now, open some picture managing program, like MS Paint, go to Edit, click Paste, save the picture, upload it to ImageShack, Photobucket or local gallery and use Direct Link to insert it into your post.




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#5 10 years ago
Tricorder;4578124Simple. Open the Radiant so it shows the problem. Then, press PrintScrn key. Now, open some picture managing program, like MS Paint, go to Edit, click Paste, save the picture, upload it to ImageShack, Photobucket or local gallery and use Direct Link to insert it into your post.

Trekkie, Paint Shop pro does screen caps from the file>import menu and start. Can't remember how in abode plonkshop sure I will when I reinstall it tho.

Your method is the simple and easy one. MS Paint but you are restricted in saving with file format and size. I don't wanna wait on a 1mb image loading that could have been shrukensized to kb's heh.




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#6 10 years ago

Ever heard of saving in a different format? :rolleyes: It`s not my fault you don`t know how to save images in .jpg format instead of .bmp. :uhoh: Also, I used MS Paint just as an example. There are plenty of other image managing programs out there that would serve the purpose, like ACDSee, IrfanView or Gimp. Not everyone can afford Paint Shop Pro or Photoshop, you know? :cort:




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#7 10 years ago

I only used MS Paint as an example. There are plenty of other free picture managing programs out there that would serve the purpose, like ACDSee, IrfanView, Gimp, etc. Not everyone can afford Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro, you know? :cort:

P.S. If you don`t want to wait for 1 MB image to load, that`s your problem. :uhoh:




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#8 10 years ago

lol, all the tutorials on my site are done with MSPaint. I have photoshop, but I choose MSPaint out of intentional ignorance. XD They load pretty quick, though, cause they're all JPGs.