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Old 16-12-07, 12:12   #1
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Default Making TR4/TRLE Levels in DXtre3d.

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I'm having a bit of a problem. I've added LARA from Settomb.tr4 into my new .tr4 file for DXtre3d (You would probably know DXtre3d doesnt support Wads ) And Ingame, When Lara jumps, She stays in the air, falling, but not moving, also, when she rolls, she doesnt face the opposite direction, she faces the previous way. I tried adding Different Lara's from Different .tr4 Levels and still the same problem.

Am I doing something wrong
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Old 16-12-07, 17:24   #2
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Yes, it was an incompatibility between TP tools with wadmerger way to save data; go to www.dxtre3d.com and download fexmerger tool from there, which despite the link label version show in the site it is actually a newer version that support to work correct with tr4 level generated with wad files touched by wadmerger. Build again your base file using that fexmerger revesion.
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Old 17-12-07, 12:15   #3
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Ahh. Thankyou very much. It works now. I think It may have just been an occasional glitch, because ages ago when I was building, I never had that problem. Atleast you've helped me fix it. Thankies.
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