Link To Download The Stuff You Need To Do This:
You have to delete the All_Wads_to_Hlwads.exe program from your program files\worldcraft\textures DIR. It will attempt and fail to replace all of the texmex output with its own, and some wads will convert with TexMex but not with THAT util due to restrictions. It will do this automatically when you try and run WC3.3.
whats really wild is that i needed to know how to do this just two days ago. thanks man. :)
A Little Help?
not good with computers so bear with me.
Attempted to do this with jf2.wad.
I can see jf2.hlwad.wad when I look in the textures folder in Texmex, but not when I look in My Computer.
Probably an easy fix, but I'm not quite sure what to do.
I'm on windows 7, and when I see the file in Texmex, there is a small lock on the symbol.
OK, try doing it again from scratch, in a seperate DIR on your c:. Once you have exported from TexMex, close TexMex down completely. Then find the file and re-name. Also double-check that you are not running Worldcraft and the bloody All_Wads_To_Hlwads.exe before re-naming the file. Im also using Windows 7 (64), so it should eb possible for u if it's possible for me ;)
Where Can I Find Jf2.wad
So that I can try this myself? Doesn't seem to be on quaddicted :O
At The Rub2 Site
OK, Thanks Metl
Well I managed to make the hlwad, I just opened the wad file with TexMex, chose "Save Copy" under the file menu, saved it as "jf2.hlwad"(.wad) then straight away I closed TexMex, then I found the the file in the output DIR (in this case c:\program files\worldcraft\textures\), deleted the .wad extension. BadaBIng, BADABOOM!
No Badaboom For Me.
still not working... it just won't show in the output directory in my computer, and still shows up in tex-mex...
I Had That Problem
Unfortunately i couldn't figure it out. I think there were little locks on the files also.
Like User Account Control blocking it.
What Happens If You Output
Then go to 'load' from texmex, navigate to the outputted file, re-name, make a copy of, and possibly 'zip' the file, just from the load panel in TexMex - I think Windows 7 explorer will let you do that. This way you are tricking explorer into seeing the outputted file as a different file.
just tried and no success yet. From within Texmex load panel I selected the file and then sent it to a zip... which also has a lock on it, and cannot be seen in My Computer.
have to head out now but will try later with UAC disabled.
UAC was, as so often is the case, the culprit.
Bloody hell portals.
Attention! For The People Who Can't See It On The Output Folder
If you can't see the wad file on your output folder, but when you go back to TexMex and click on openfile and see it with a lock. Just do this:
1.Do the same steps BUT save it to your desktop instead.
2. It will appear, now just rename it to a .hlwad
at the end
3.Now drag the file to your texture folder!
4.Enjoy Making Cool Maps with awesome Textures!!! :-D
NOTE: If you can't see the .wad extension on your file try these steps.
-Go to Control Panel
-Appearances and Personalization
-Then make sure that "show extension files" do not have a check on the box.
Hope this was specific enough :)