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anotak

Doom Builder X 2.1.3.10 (Mar17-2018) - map editor forked from DB2

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Possible feature request, or maybe this is already in db2/dbx and I'm just outing myself as a failure, but it would be nice to be able to move geometry and Things together. Currently when you select geometry, and change to Things mode and select + move the Things, the geometry does not participate in the move function.

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You can go to sector mode and select geometry, then go to thing mode and select things, then go to edit selection mode (press E) and move both.

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13 minutes ago, scifista42 said:

You can go to sector mode and select geometry, then go to thing mode and select things, then go to edit selection mode (press E) and move both.

 

Yessss

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Pardon me asking, but is there any way to provide a Linux version?

 

Even if it had a reduced feature set since DirectX is Windows-exclusive, if thats even how it works haha.

 

:)

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it's a very big project, i'd have to rewrite the renderer completely to use vulkan

 

it's not entirely out of the question but it's enough work to where at that point i am seriously considering writing a new editor mostly from scratch.

there are many things about how doom builder was originally architected both internally and ui-wise that i think could be improved on with the hindsight we have 10 years later.

 

i know it's not great but i know many people use windows xp running in a VM to run DBX on linux/mac.

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Alright.

 

I just really want to get back into mapping for Doom... but SLADE3 seems to not have very much development sadly, and its editor is... not great in my opinion.

 

I would love if you created a whole new editor. I'd probably through a bit of cash at it too, if it supported GZDoom's features.

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anything that supports UDMF supports gzdoom's features. although it's a bit troublesome, as no piece of software follows the UDMF spec 100% accurately.

 

oh i believe also eureka and yadex (?) run on linux btw?

 

but like i said, a lot of people choose to use a windows xp VM on linux

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Eureka and Yadex are editors, but are heavily outdated.

 

I believe that they don't even support ZDoom, and I like UDMF.

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