Something Else That Runs On Linux That I Can Use A Complement To TB2
Hmmm... Not to get to far off the main thread topic, but on Linux I like to use TrenchBroom 2 compiled from the develop branch along with NetRadiant compiled from Xonotic's git
Also on Linux I'm trying to like Jackhammer
, but as great as it seems its TOO Hammer/Worldcraft for me.
From my recent experiences swapping the same basic quake maps between TB2 and NetRadiant I've yet
to see any ill effect from editing some part of the map in one and loading it back into the other editor. They seem to compliment each other very well.
@total_newbie as long as you have the dependencies installed(read COMPILING
) compiling NR is easy as inputting 3 lines into a terminal.
git clone git://git.xonotic.org/xonotic/netradiant.git netradiant
See if that fills your need until TB2 alone is a bit better for you. I now prefer TB2 over all, but still like to use NR from time to time for making fast rocks or spheres with its brush tools or for working with a q3map.