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WIP Beta released crew cab d15 ( n/b help wanted)

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  1. 1jdog1

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    lets see....round 3 of trying to make a mod......

    in need of help with n/b and also the pickup bed tends to move on on its own any fix?
    if you want to help p/m mE

    credits to tom666 for original idea
    Photo-shopped-Design-ideas-for-Mods
     

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    #1 1jdog1, Nov 26, 2013
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  2. SkritCraft

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    I could help you with the N/Bs ;) The way to fix the bed , is to set the origin of the mesh to 0,0,0,
     
  3. 1jdog1

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    ill look in to the origin and i can send you the dae if you want to get started on the n/b
     
  4. SkritCraft

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    Just upload it and send me the link ;)
     
  5. Holland

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    I could help with Jbeam if you need it, and to fix that bed the easier way (if your using Blender) simply do this: Location And Rotation and Scale. ;)

    (imported from here)
     
  6. SkritCraft

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    Too late :p i will help him :p
    AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR LITTLE TUTORIAL :D
     
  7. 1jdog1

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    do you have both applied? i did that and it only worked on some items...
     
  8. Holland

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    Yes apply both, and make sure you use the spilt edge modifier.
     
  9. 1jdog1

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    ....split edge......?

    - - - Updated - - -

    never mind i got it all working except for the tires for some reason..... same method but wont work
     
  10. Neidjel

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    Do the wheels spin in big circles around the original position of the wheels? That's because you probably haven't changed the n/b yet.

    edit:

    Have you actually made doors? and is it just me or is the exhaust in your interior in the blender screenshot?
     
  11. 1jdog1

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    its not the exhaust no doors yet but now that i know the problem with the wheels ill make doors haw do you get them to show up in game though... i cant figure that out....
     
  12. Neidjel

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    You model them and name them, and then I'd guess you edit the pickup_doors.jbeam file to make them show? I'm not sure about that though
     
  13. Holland

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    If you model or edit the original d15 doors (which you will need to make both edges of both sides equally lined up), you will need to name them something like "door_rr" (rear right) and then do the same to the left side. Then go into the doors.jbeam and then edit the slottype and slots, change the mesh to whatever you name it in Blender. Then edit the doors.jbeam again.

    Good luck, you'll need it. ;) I hope SkritCraft understands that we'll. ;)
     
  14. 1jdog1

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    ehhhhh whys it have to be so confusing..........ill look into it
     
  15. Holland

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    It was confusing for me when I started also, but when you understand it it's all smooth. ;) Here's my suggestion, I would stop working this this project until you properly understand the meaning of editing jbeam. That way when you do understand it, you'll know what to do when you need to do it. In the mean time you'll be just be giving yourself a hard time, I could you if you need it. But craft is helping as I'm aware. But craft should know what he's talking about, if he's helping you.

    But yeah if you don't understand this and having a hard time, I would stop until you get the meaning of this work. :D
     
  16. SkritCraft

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    I'm working on the Jbeam at the moment :D
     
  17. Holland

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    Good he's going to need help. :D btw your welcome for the little tutorial. ;)
     
  18. 1jdog1

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    as far as i know all i was doing was modeling......but i don't know..... i have every thing done in the model except the rear doors which just modeling them is kicking my a** so if any you or anyone else wants to give it a shot let me know

    oh and yes your tutorial was beautiful
     
  19. SkritCraft

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    The N/Bs are matching to the bed and to the wheels :D
     
  20. 1jdog1

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    ill send you an updated .dae with lots of fixed stuff the only thing missing now are rear doors........:(
     
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