After installing the visual pack, I attempted to run Trenchbroom but it shows me that error. HELP!
says it's clean.
Windows defender identifies the file as containing a trojan "win32/Azden.b!cl"
Not sure what is going on but I can't seem to get around this as the files are immediately quarantined.
seems to be a heuristic detection
, surely there's some way to whitelist it in WD?
I get the same trojan warning in Win 10, with the latest windows defender data (today's).
I Filled Out The Form To Report False Positives
New Version Is A Game-changer
Just when you thought the most epic open source project of all time couldn't get any better ... the new version is amazing. Thanks, as always.
If you count features, lifespan, and number of users, Blender clearly wins that crown. But yes TB is awesome and more awesomner than ever.
I got a response back from Microsoft saying they fixed the incorrect detection. Not sure how long it will take to make it into the windows defender virus definitions but they seem to be updated daily, so hopefully it's fixed soon.
I Know Exactly What To Do With The Shear Tool
OMG! Daikatana Support!
Gonna make some maps full of dragonflies and frogs and create plenty of places for the sidekicks to get stuck.
Just wanted to say I'm really loving Trenchbroom and to thank you for all your hard work. Moving from the ancient Hexmaker editor, TB has revitalized mapping for me. The ability to select and edit multiple brushes at once is a HUGE time-saver and really makes things so much easier, not to mention the great 3D view functionality. I also find the face clone/extrude function very useful in setting up the initial arrangements of complex brush arrangements, in fact I think I actually use it more often than the brush creation tool.
Anyways, here's a imgur album of the Hexen 2 map I'm working on: https://imgur.com/a/49Bvhgs
It's getting pretty huge because of the BSP2 support I found in a custom version of uHexen2, but the use of detail brushes actually lets me do a full level 4 VIS compile in under 1 minute. O.o
Wow! A new map for Hexen2? And it looks awesome!!
I can't wait! =D
I love hearing these stories!
You need to port that map for Quake at one point, looks great!
WOW. Keep us posted on that map!!! Also, are there any communities for HeXen 2 mapping online or on Discord? I'd like to lurk around a bit.
@dumptruck_ds Afaik it's pretty sparse for H2 mappers, I've mostly been doing this on my own, but I'd love to find a group as well.
Well I'd be happy to have you join us in the Quake Mapping Discord if only to keep in touch and maybe pick your brain about H2 mapping when the time comes (next year likely). https://discordapp.com/invite/j5xh8QT
TrenchBroom 2.1.0 Release Candidate 2
Yesterday i've found a new Hexen2 custom map (released last month) made by Whirledtsar.
I think this is the first HX2 map made in TrenchBroom that i ever played =D
I mean don't get me wrong, I'll be the first to axe every wierd wall but that was ridiculous. Are hexen levels always that obtuse? Never played it.
I played Hexen2 in 1997, so i don't remember if you had to do it on the original maps. But on the custom maps, people usually hide secrets behind destructible walls (or bellow the beds, or behind a bookcase, or inside a statue, etc) so you have to axe everything to find them. When something is destructible there's a particular sound that it makes when you axe it, so it's not that hard to know if you can do it or not... but it's just boring :P
TrenchBroom 2.1.0 Release Candidate 3
Looks interesting, I'll have to give it a spin.
@Qmaster Original H2 wasn't really obtuse with its secrets, mostly they'd be hinted at in some way. Generally I find hiding secrets behind things with no hint at all that there's something there just bad level design, even worse if progression relies on it. No way in hell I'm going to go hitting every wall to see if it's breakable.
Razumen - that looks excellent! The lighting is very nice and the setting looks very interesting. Can't wait to play it.
Tribal - thanks for playing the map, hope you enjoyed it! Yeah, the progression is a bit cryptic, but I'm the kind of guy to destroy everything breakable on principle so it didn't occur to me that it could be a problem for others.
Specifying Skin And Model From Dfferent Folder/pak Directories?
Does anyone know how to do this? Hexen 2 has paks in a different directory for mission pack monsters. I thought copying over the pak file to data1 would be a bandaid solution, but it just crashes Trenchbroom. Do I have to specify an absolute path for these special entities or is there a cleaner way? The vanilla entities load their models fine in TB.
Also, is there way to specify the skin to use for each model, H2 has certain monster variants that use the same model but different skins. Not as big of a deal as above if I can't, but would be nice.
Not too familiar with the FGD format.
RE: Specifying Skin And Model From Different Folder/pak Directories?
Nevermind about the skins, figured that out.
You Need To Add The Mission Pack Directory As A Mod
And you need to create a new fgd for the mission pack. You can reuse the existing fgd by including it. If you do create an fgd for the mission pack, please make it available to us so that we can include it.
You might get lucky if you google for it, maybe someone has already created one.
Thanks! I must've missed that part of the manual.
Get it here as usual: https://github.com/kduske/TrenchBroom/releases/tag/v2019.1
This release contains experimental Quake 3 support. You can load Quake 3 maps with shaders. But patches and brush primitives are currently dropped and md3 models are not displayed in the editor.
Wow - It Was Close To Release!
Time to find my old maps!