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Kaisersozeh 
It's time for videocap. Can you get something like fraps and show us a few seconds of your animation?
Please, I'm really intrigued 
@kaisersozeh 
Here is a video showing all quake weapons. They don't have reload or cock animation, they just go back a little to represent that a bullet/rocket has left the barrel. And you can see all these frames are is QME:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCQoNIL2a08 
 
*And you can see all these frames in QME 
Kinn 
No mod, i am editing the qc of a 1.06 progs.dat
Compare the animation in QME to your experience firing a shotgun in game 
 
Compare the animation in QME to your experience firing a shotgun in game

I do and it's utterly, completely identical, frame-for-frame, just like the video Tribal posted above.

If you're experience does not match Tribal's video, then you've got your hands on some alternative weapon models from a mod, and you need to be viewing those in QME, not the standard weapon models which you are clearly viewing, in error. 
you're / your (gah) 
 
unless you're not looking at the correct mdl file, then all frames really are there in QME.

Sometimes the quakec uses frames out of order or re-uses them two places in a sequence, so following the frame macros might the way to understand this. Frame macros are defined in order to match the frames in the mdl file. If the firing animation uses them in a different order than they were defined, that could explain why you don't see the same sequence in QME. 
OTP: 
sadly, no. For various reasons like having a kid last year, I have basically no mapping time anymore. 
I Got It Wrong 
I fucked up. I am sorry. I was a bit intimidated, no excuse. I apologise to Kinn specifically, and to you all for wasting your time. Fuck 
GG Kaisersozeh 
Glad you worked it out. +1 for apologizing it takes guts (not many people do it around here.)

BUT.... What mod/game was it???????? 
 
hey props to you for admitting your mistake and apologising, a lot of people would just nope the fuck out...

We're a grumpy old bunch, but we do try to help, if you have questions about things that we can actually help with then most of us here are up for it =P 
No Worries 
+1 for being curious about what mod it was... 
The Mod I Used 
is something I'm writing. I am new to this but essentially I am writing a mod close the original but with an onus on player immersion.
SO screen shake, rumble on landing, weapons customised around the interface. more blood than ID could get away with, that sort of thing. The wii interface is the same as contemporary(ish) wii FPS, like COD. Wiimote to shoot and nunchuck to move. It's a really immersive way to play, I'd honestly say it's better than console joypad, way better than a keyboard and mouse. Anyhoo, was cherry picking bits of qc from tutorials and old mods sharing their qc - and I ended up with a big mess. I couldn't tell you where i got all this stuff from, and I am meant to have rolled back and started from scratch.
tHAnkS peoples, I am a idiot 
GG WP Getting To The Bottom Of It. 
 
Kaisersozeh 
Keep us updated. I love that this uses Wiimotes! Want to try it when ready. 
A Good Week For Quake 
Lots of new releases. From new faces to boot. Quake Mod Jam seems to be cooking up well. All kinds of activity on func as well.

GG Quakers. 
 
Watching some gameplay videos, what I dislike the most about multiplayer-style gameplay is people behaving like epileptic coffee addicts on crack, shaking the camera more than Michael Bay.

This may be fun in multiplayer, but completely ruins the atmosphere of the game in singleplayer.

I do recognize that it requires a lot of skill though. 
Shaking The Camera More Than Michael Bay. 
depends on the mouse sensitivity, i used to play with 20 something bUck in the days, and 5-6 now 
Fgd Settigns For .bsp Models In Misc_model 
Hello, I place models on the map in Trenchbroom using misc_model entity and I have some code for fgd file which works with mdl models. I wonder is it possible to display bsp models in editor? Which code should I use in this case? Here is the fgd settings that I use:


@PointClass base(Appearflags, Target, Targetname) size(32 32 16) color(255 128 0) studio({ "path" : model}) = misc_model : "A point entity for displaying models. A frame range can be given to animate the model.

mdl: The model to display. Can be of type mdl, bsp, or spr.
frame: Single frame to display. Can also be used to offset the animation.
first_frame: The starting frame of the animation.
last_frame: The last frame of the animation.
speed: The frames per second of animation. Divide 1 by the fps for this value.
angles: pitch roll yaw (up/down, angle, tilt left/right)
NOTE: set angle value to 0 if using angles key to rotate mdls"
[
model(string) : "Model Selection (ex progs/model.mdl)" angles(integer) : "set 'angle' to 0 if this is used"
Reyond 
This might be a limitation in TrenchBroom or FGDs in general. ( I assume someone will jump in if I am wrong) You will likely have to add each BSP model by hand to the FGD. Note the bogus classname misc_model_custom. I think you'll need that to keep the misc_model from be superseded by this new one.

Perhaps try a new entry that looks like this:

@PointClass base(Appearflags, Target, Targetname) model({ "path": ":directory/nameofbsp.bsp"}) = misc_model_custom : "my model" []

I have no idea if this will work but it's what I would try. 
I‘m Not Sure What The Question Is 
But TB definitely supports loading bsp models, and it also supports entities where the model, frame, and skin is specified using entity properties rather than hardcoding them into the fgd. This is explained in the manual. 
Hey, Bal! 
Get on Twitch already and do some more mapping. Come on! 
Reply To SleepwalkR 
Do you know how to make it work? 
@Reyond 
For this custom bsp model stuff you do need to edit your .fgd file. Take a look at Display Models for Entities in the manual. What you want to use is under the Advanced section below: 
Yes I Know How To Make It Work 
Read the manual and look at the examples ;-) 
Problem With Bsp 
I can already display custom MDL models. I can display bsp models. But I can not display custom bsp models for which I should make path in entity properties in the editor. There is not even a word about displaying custom bsp models in TB manual. So that is why I am asking here 
@reyond 
Treat the bsp the same as you would an mdl. Same syntax just use .bsp instead. 
@dumptruck_ds 
@PointClass base(Appearflags, Target, Targetname) size(32 32 16) color(255 128 0) studio({ "path" : model}) = misc_model

what exactly should I change here? 
 
@PointClass base(Appearflags, targetname) size(-16 -16 -16, 16 16 16)
color(255 128 64) studio({
"path" : mdl,
"skin" : pos2,
"frame": pos1
}) = misc_model : "Misc Models" [
spawnflags(Flags) = [
2 : "Collison" : 0
64 : "Start Off" : 0
]
mdl(string) : "Model to load (progs/model.mdl)"
angles(string) : "pitch roll yaw" : : "up/down, angle, tilt left/right "
ideal_yaw(choices) : "Y axis rotation" = [
0 : "No rotation"
1 : "Random"
]
pos1(string) : "Frame Selection" : : "X=0, Y=0, Z=exact frame number, X->Y, Z=0 : will randomly pick a frame from the X,Y range, X->Y, Z=-1 : will animate between the X,Y range, can forward or backward setup"
pos2(string) : "Skin Selection" : : "X=0, Y=0, Z=exact skin number, X->Y, Z=0 : will randomly pick a skin from the X,Y range"
]


now paypal me like $4 USD for some beer. thanks! 
 
this is what i have set for AD, btw 
No Beer For Muk But Thanks :) 
But it still does not display .bsp models. Nothing changed 
 
screenshot of the entity keys and directory in which to bsp is placed, please 
Restrictions 
Seems like there are some restrictions for the model. My models are big and high-poly so TB do not display them. I created a small box and compiled it as bsp. This box is displayed in TB as model. So the problem is in amount of polygons that are allowed for the model for displaying in TB. I wonder if someone knows how to fix that 
Or May Be Just The Wrong Folder 
Or may be the problem was because my map was in "models" folder, while the box model was in "maps" folder. When I added high-poly model to maps folder it worked. Thanks for everyone for help :) 
Age Of The Quake-universe 
I had a discussion on Discord recently about how old the Quake-levels are supposed to be, or what age, if any, they are supposed to represent. There are so many conflicting architectural styles in them that they are hard to place, but due to their seemingly low-tech appearance with a dependency on magical(?) elements for things like lighting, one could say at youngest they'd be from the 1800's, and to the oldest, maybe millions, even billions of years old?

Are they just a refraction of human history over the years that they have taken in through rifts in time, or portals, or has id Software already explained this somewhere? 
@Ultrabepis 
I don't know about the castles or the temples, but i think the base maps are from the 50s because of the huge computers they have in there (i know that in the 40s these computers already existed, but the color tv was invented in the 50s and we can see color monitors in the game).

And, since Nikola Tesla claimed to have invented a "death beam" (a huge electric power weapon) in the 1930s, i think the military could used this time to improve the weapon and make a more compact version (that we know in the game as the lightning-gun)

So yeah, to me, the quake campaign/story is happening in the 50s... 
In My Head 
The episode 4 places were already ancient by the time the numerous castles in the Realm of Black Magic were being built.

The runic maps could possibly be from an even earlier time, since it's kind of supposed to be the equivalent of Hell itself. 
 
The age is irrelevant since those places aren't in Earth. Only the base maps are.

Each base has a teleporter to another dimension. The E*M2 maps are actually the first map of each dimension. The E*M1 maps are still in Earth.

E1M2➡E1M3➡E1M4➡E1M5 are physically connected through doorways, so they're all in the same planet.

All of the runic maps (including E1M6, E1M7 & E1M8) are connected through teleporting portals, IIRC. Given the amount of runic maps, it should be safe to assume that at least most of them are in a single planet. E1M8 could be in a lower-gravity planet, though. 
 
The age is irrelevant since those places aren't in Earth

Not even the dimension which contains the Rune of Earth Magic? 
Lol 
id software put about as much thought into the age of the quake "castles" (or whatever) as they put into the story you'll find in the printed booklet.

"While scouting the neighborhood, you hear shots back at the base. Damn, that Quake bastard works fast!"

Tolkien-level world-building, this ain't. 
 
One of Quake's game designs was about enemies invading from fantasy/fairytale worlds. Thus the ogre, knights and the cancelled dragon. Later on this was mixed with Lovecraftian horror, and zombies.

They put a lot of thought on the story, but not enough to make it cohesive when cutting features. 
Age Of The Quake-universe 
It seems that there is some rather Quake-inspired architecture in the upcoming DooM. I wonder if they intend to blend the universes to make them all belong to one. 
People Will Love This 
NanoQuake YouTube trailer

NanoQuake is an implementation of Yamagi Quake 2 with Nano based transactions and customisations built in.

The server which hosts the game has its own Nano account which each player pays into (currently set to a 0.1 Nano buy-in). For each kill you gain a reward of Nano and at the end of the round 3rd place gets 10%, 2nd place gets 30% and 1st place gets the rest.

You don't need to pay to play in the games however you only get a payout if you've paid in.

New - There is a mini faucet built into the main servers now, each player receives 0.01 Nano if they have 3 or more frags.


Source

/sarcasm 
I wonder what the legality of that is 
 
hmm, a bit of a nonsense gimmick but sure

my favorite quake 2 mp project is http://www.coopordie.com

Cool little concept, I do wish more decent oldschool SP / coop games implemented a neat world server / persistent data thingy like this one.

These things were well more difficult and costly to implement back then in the day, an idea for the wave of "retro" modern games and beyond 
 
I see a lot of people here saying that Dusk sucks, that game sucks, this modern sucks, etc. So, 2019: what are the essential mods/maps that one should play with Quake? And what engine? What would you install on someone's PC to enjoy Quake?

Darkplaces + AD? That's it? 
No, Not Darkplaces 
Quakespasm is the engine recommended by most people here, including me.

Go here: https://www.quaddicted.com/reviews/

Sort by User Score.

You also might want to prioritise the newer stuff too. A map rated 4.5 / 5 in 1997 probably isn't going to compare to a 4.5 from 2017 :p 
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