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djvero

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Does anyone have a link or a copy of and willing to share the draw circle plugin for Doom Builder 2? I also had a plugin to bend lines in DB2, but I can't remember what it was called. Does anyone know of which plugin I'm talking about? I formatted my PC today, forgot to save these two plugins before I deleted all my files and now I can't really find them anymore.

 

Thanks.

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These days, most mappers don't use DB2, but instead use gzdoombuilder-bugifx. It's like Doombuilder 2, but with those plugins pre-installed, as well as some extra features ontop of that.

If you are completely unable to use that, I recommend using doombuilder X, although it has less features than GZDB-BF.

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33 minutes ago, djvero said:

Does anyone have a link or a copy of and willing to share the draw circle plugin for Doom Builder 2?

 

http://www.mediafire.com/file/6c9nifbd06190oi/DrawCircle_1.0.1.zip/file

 

 

33 minutes ago, djvero said:

I also had a plugin to bend lines in DB2, but I can't remember what it was called.

 

curve linedefs

Shift+C

 

And now the obvious question: Why are you still using DB2 and not DBX or better GZDBBF?

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2 hours ago, Kappes Buur said:

 

http://www.mediafire.com/file/6c9nifbd06190oi/DrawCircle_1.0.1.zip/file

 

 

 

curve linedefs

Shift+C

 

And now the obvious question: Why are you still using DB2 and not DBX or better GZDBBF?

Oh wow, I honestly had no idea those were around. But then again, I've mastered DB2 if I may say so myself, so why change a winning team hehe. Same reason why I stick to Doom1/2 and not the new(er) games.

 

Anyway, thanks for the link!

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Don't delete DB2, but give GZDBBF (or DBX) a try.  After a brief time adjusting to the changes, you will be glad you upgraded, and DB2 will start collecting dust.

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