aka_WarMachine's Ceiling Height Prefabs

After releasing his first map for CoD2, aka_WarMachine has returned with some nifty prefabs I'm sure any...

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After releasing his first map for CoD2, aka_WarMachine has returned with some nifty prefabs I'm sure any mapper will find useful. This is a collection of different measurements that you can put in your map to help guide you along common ceiling heights. There are four included (see the details below), and they come with all kinds of neat stuff to give you information as you go, without cluttering up your project. See the screenshots below to get an idea of how they look in the editor, and make use of these "Ceiling Height Prefabs" today! Oh and for all you metric folk, click here to convert these feet units to meters. :)

  • 108 units (108"/12) = 9 feet
  • 120 units (120"/12) = 10 feet
  • 132 units (132"/12) = 11 feet
  • 144 units (144"/12) = 12 feet

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aka_WarMachine's Ceiling Height Prefabs v1.0

For use with CoD2Radiant map editor

These prefabs can be loaded into a new or existing map to be used as guides for floor & ceiling height measurements. There are currently four separate height prefabs; 9, 10, 11 and 12 foot guides.

IF YOU DECIDE TO COMPILE THESE PREFABS INTO YOUR D3DBSP FILE, YOU MUST SEND ALONG THE CUSTOM IMAGES AND MATERIALS IN YOUR MAP'S .IWD FILE. THESE CUSTOM IMAGES AND MATERIALS WILL NOT SHOW UP IN THE COMPILED D3DBSP FILE. OTHERWISE, REMOVE THESE PREFABS PRIOR TO COMPILING.

NOTE: These measurements are based on (1) unit to (1) inch.

108 units (108/12) = 9 feet.
120 units (120/12) = 10 feet.
132 units (132/12) = 11 feet.
144 units (144/12) = 12 feet.

INSTRUCTIONS

. Extract the file “aka_WarMachine's_ceiling_height_prefabs.zip” to a directory of your choice.
. Copy all of the *.map files to the “\map_source\prefabs” directory of your CoD2 installation.
. Copy the file “aka_tools.iwd” to the “\main” directory of your CoD2 installation. This file contains the custom images and materials.
. Open CoD2Radiant. Right click in the 2D area and select “misc > prefab”.

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