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  1. beast

    Eureka 1.21 Released

    A nice idea on the bug list @Pegleg. If we can reproduce any crashes I could run it through gdb and perhaps get a more detailed trace of the problem. I have looked at the Eureka source somewhat, I am no C-programmer (mostly Lua) but I can investigate some. I have been incommunicado for the past month as I have been abroad in Australia for work. For what it's worth there is a shortcut to apply the next free tag to your selection, hit META-f (for fresh) and META-l (for last/highest used tag). Meta would be the ";" key.
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    Post Your Mapping Tips

    Never underestimate the power of contrasting light levels. Compare this hallway from DTWID (E2M4) with light variation:
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    Post your Doom video! [but don't quote video]

    Video montage of episode I of the "Doom the Way id Did" megawad
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    Post your Doom video! [but don't quote video]

    I love this series!
  5. Yes please @Arbars. The Libre Office open document spreadsheet is for download on the cheatsheet page. I am happy to add your translated work to the project if you feel generous. I have not come across this myself but I try keep my sector merges simple as possible. I would love to get a better idea of how to replicate this issue, perhaps we can find a solution that works.
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    What's your Opinion on Linux?

    In the beginning was the command line is an essay by Neal Stephenson that deftly addresses the metaphors of operating systems, hardware and users.
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    Reverberation Station

    @HAK3180 that is how feel about it too. I tried a different process (creating a bunch of separate areas and link them together) instead of my usual way. Thanks for that. I also need to pay more attention to vanilla compatibility as @printz pointed out.
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    Reverberation Station

    Try a Boom compatible port @printz, sorry about that.
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    Looking to play and record your maps

    Looking forward to watching that @Bushpig2dope 🤘 I mapped another possessed techbase, @xvertigox, if you please. I'm in two minds if it's any good, but at least it's short. Doom2, UV recommended at around 10 minutes playtime. :)
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    Time of Depression (wip attempt at mapping)

    I couldn't reach the yellow door but had hell of a fun time trying. beast_tod_fda.lmp.zip
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    Reverberation Station

    Yet another techbase level, or is it? hell is closing in. shoot stuff and get out. reverbstat.wad.zip brutal feedback is welcomed edit: pertinent details: Port: Boom compatible Game: DOOM2, Map01 Coop: Starts only All Difficulty Settings
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    Help: custom sky texture tiling

    So I split the sky image into 4 patches of 256x128 and updated wadinfo.txt to include these: [levels] MAP01 [patches] RSKY1 RSKY1B RSKY1C RSKY1D [textures] TEXTURE1 And updated textures1.txt to build the default SKY1 texture from multiple patches, with appropriate offsets: ;Format of textures: ;TextureName Width Height ;* PatchName Xoffset Yoffset SKY1 1024 128 * RSKY1 0 0 * RSKY1B 256 0 * RSKY1C 512 0 * RSKY1D 768 0 ;End But the sky still does not pan correctly, the engine only seems to recognize the first image and repeats it instead of using the other patches. I am putting this task on hold for now, I thought it would be interesting to try but am running a bit short on time. Anyway thanks all for the feedback everyone 🤘
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    Help: custom sky texture tiling

    Ah I understand, I will try that in the textures file, thanks @Empyre. I did indeed, but might be a limitation of the engine as noted above. Thanks for the beautiful textures by the way :)
  14. I want to use this awesome blue sky texture by @Fuzzball that is posted here, so I followed these steps: 1. export the sky as rsky1.ppm 2. create wadinfo.txt with the relevant RSKY1 entry, and a textures entry [patches] RSKY1 [textures] TEXTURE1 3. create textures1.txt to define the texture size ;Format of textures: ;TextureName Width Height ;* PatchName Xoffset Yoffset SKY1 1024 200 * RSKY1 0 0 ;End 4. use deutex to compile the PWAD: deutex -make custombg.wad No errors so far, and loading the wad does show the new sky, but it does not seem to be wrapping very well. Can anyone offer some tips? I would prefer using deutex if possible. I compiled slade3 from source, but don't really know how to use it, and have been struggling to find a good tutorial on custom sky textures for it. custombg.wad.zip
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    Share a random fact about yourself

    Ditto. I made a remake of an old 1992 fishing game, called bass lover
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