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2nd Aug 2007, 11:30 PM
Hi :-P

I have 2 questions:

1. How can i make a plane in Milkshape visible from both sides? If possible that is.

2. How can i safely get rid of the "view" action when cloning decorative objects?

Thanks in advance

3rd Aug 2007, 8:47 AM
1. Clone your plane, move it down a slight bit (maybe 0.01, if you dont it will look weird), go to edit, then go to Vertex / Mirror Top. It should be flipped, but the normals will be screwed. But there is a tool you can use to fix that. Once you're done, just group them.

You can get the normal tool from here.

3rd Aug 2007, 10:04 AM
2. If you haven't already got the pie menu functions file, import it and set the group to 0xFFFFFFFF. Then select "View" from the list of options on the left and uncheck all the age groups in the list. That's about as safe as it gets. :)

3rd Aug 2007, 10:34 AM
You can make an entire subset "double-sided", if you want: just modify the TXMT and change the "stdMatCullMode" value to "none"; this will force the game to make visible both sides of the surface (both sides will use the same UVmap). Of course, this requires an extra effort from the game engine, therefore you should use it carefully: if you need to make double-sided only a small part of the mesh, you'd better use the method explained by JohnBrehaut; or you can use (on selected facets) the "Tools -> Facets -> TwoSided" feature of UVmapper Pro.

3rd Aug 2007, 11:27 AM
Thanks so much guys!! I have been dieing to know!

(i dont have uvmapper pro so the rest will do lol)

edit:Echo i am not sure i understood correctly

Is the BCON in the picture i am attaching that i need to edit and how do i unselect age groups? thank you.

3rd Aug 2007, 11:48 AM
Nope, "Pie Menu Functions", aka "TTAB"

3rd Aug 2007, 11:53 AM
Oh i knew i didn't understand LOL

Thanks xo

(ops there isn't one in my object, how do i import it and from where?)

3rd Aug 2007, 12:01 PM
It's a standard deco object? Like a statue or a painting?

Tools, Object Tools, Import Semi-globals, PaintingGlobals (from the drop down menu), scan, uncheck all. Slide down to the bottom of the list and check the "pie menu functions" file. Import.

Remember to change the group using the "Resource" tab, because otherwise it will import the actual semi-global version. :)

3rd Aug 2007, 12:19 PM
Yes, it is a painting :-P .I will try that although i have a feeling i will screw things up lol But i already backed it up so.. hiihi


3rd Aug 2007, 12:33 PM
Ok and do i need to change the "untitled" to something else or it works like that?

3rd Aug 2007, 12:48 PM
Should work like that. :)

3rd Aug 2007, 12:49 PM
Neat :-P Need to test now lol