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M35H

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#1 15 years ago

Just installed the software, but it's asking me for a project file. (a file called quakev3.qe4) (I'm a total n00bie to this so some explanation would be good) I've looked in the manual but it says to do it from inside the program, which I can't do because the program won't launch until I actually open a new project file. So what do I do? As I want to make a mod for RTCW. Some help would be appreciated.




Pareto

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#2 15 years ago

this project file for RTCW is found in your scripts folder.

for example:

C:\Program Files\Return to Castle Wolfenstein\Main\scripts\quakev3.qe4

So simply browse and locate the file in your scripts folder. You should be on your way with learning how to make a mod for RTCW.

Cheers,

Pareto




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#3 15 years ago

I've already tried that, and it isn't there.




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#4 15 years ago

M35H,

I am not sure why you can't find it in the scripts folder. In any case, I have it uploaded to a website where you may download it!!!

Get it here !

It may take a bit of time... but once you download the quakev2.qe4 put it into your scripts folder.

Note: See Saving instructions in my next post!

Let me know if this works for you! If this don't work, I'll help you some more.

Cheers,

Pareto




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#5 15 years ago

Oops, here are some saving instructions:

right click and choose save target as... then

choose save as type: "All Files" and rename the file to quakev2.qe4




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#6 15 years ago

all I could see was text. I right clicked on the text, and there wasn't a "save target as" option. So I selected all the text and did the same, but there wasn't an option to "save target as".




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#7 15 years ago

Ok try this,

Step 1: Right-click here!!!

Step 2: Choose "Save Target As..."

Step 3: Save as type: "All Files"

Step 4: Rename the file to save as "quakev2.qe4"

Cheers

Pareto