I have a small problem here: I have been working through the tutorials and added a model that was shipped with CaFu into a world I created myself. No problem here, model is loaded and displayed both in editor and in the game.
Other things happened when I created a simple mesh with blender, exported it to obj and followed one of your (really useful) video tutorials to make a cmdl file out of it.
No problems until here.
After that, I loaded it into my world just the same way that I loaded the other model. It was loaded and I could place it - No sign of problems.
But after compiling it, it was gone. Instead, there was some kind of blue, wireframe cone... What have I done wrong here?
The model is not animated, the texture (png) is about 1 MB of size... Shouldn't be too much to handle.
OS is Windows 7 x64, CPU is an I7 (64bit), Graphics Card is an NVidia GeForce 860 GTX - But that shouldn't cause the problem.
I'm sure it's just some smal thing, but... Could anyone help me?
A nice thing about CaWE is making collision meshes for things right in the editor so you have col meshes matched to the world coords.
About the col meshes: Will do the video tutorial - but what you tell me about it sounds cool... Makes level design a load easier for me...
If the texture was a problem you'd get blue checkerboard on the model.
Making collision meshes is easy, you just have to make a mesh in cafu and import it as a colmesh... again hard to explain without Cafu in front of me, it's in the documentation.
Very useful since it lets you have bug-free col meshes, just remember to keep them as simple as possible to maximize performance.
I think you can also make the mesh for dynamic things and not just static things too.
Now I just need to figure out where to change the directory...
If you wanted to make a game with the root folder named after your game, you'll have to find all of the instances of deathmatch and rename them... there's some mention of how to do that in the scripting/programming documentation.
Did moving the file into the DeathMatch directory solve the problem?cthoennes wrote:And again, thank you. You brought me on an idea: If the game would not find it in the directory it actually is, I moved it into the Deathmatch dir... Well, it's no permanent solution, but at least it is one to work with.
What version do you use? r611?Now I just need to figure out where to change the directory...
Sorry, I'm afraid you lost me here. <-- confusedcthoennes wrote:@Carsten: Yes, it did... Strange enough, I thought that I used the correct path. Still, the top face of everything is missing... Even stranger? Maybe I did something wrong while exporting.
What do you mean with "top face"?
And please tell which version of Cafu do you use?
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