[Mod/Fix] Xenon Q Meshfix

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[Mod/Fix] Xenon Q Meshfix

Post by Killjaeden » Sun, 20. Sep 09, 15:10

Pretty much obsolete since 2.7 as it's included in the patch
Xenon Q Meshfix
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What does it do?
This file replaces the Q bodyfile.
3 guns at the bottom had flipped faces - fixed
added missing parts to 6 guns (4 at the bottom and 2 at the top)

It doesn't overwrite files, if you want to have the original Q bodyfile back just delete this file.
100% savegame compatible.

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You are allowed to use/include this file in your mod without my permission as long as you say thank you. ;)

Download (Rapidshare.de)
Download (file-upload.net)

Credits: Thanks to "someone else" for pointing this out.

Link down? Problems? Ask here.
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Post by Thorgald » Fri, 27. Nov 09, 09:03

having a slight problem installing this fix on my steam version... i dont seem to have any [objects] folder to place it in :(

tried searching for it but no luck.

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Post by apricotslice » Fri, 27. Nov 09, 09:21

The zip should include the entire necessary file structure. If it does not, ask the author to change this so it does and the zip just has to be unzipped into the TC directory to install.

I cant access it so cant check it.

The objects directory is included within the cat/dats.

Thats why a mod zip should include the directory structure when its creating something using them outside of a cat/dat mod.

Its not just a matter of an objects folder, its the sub folder structure as well.

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Post by Killjaeden » Fri, 27. Nov 09, 14:17

The zip should include the entire necessary file structure.
It does...
i dont seem to have any [objects] folder to place it in
Apricot is right, just put it into the main TC directory (there should be a cut, scripts and t folder, don't know if steam has the X3TC.exe)
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Post by Thorgald » Fri, 27. Nov 09, 14:45

ok i'l try that.

folders i have is

directx9c

documents

loadscr

mov

scripts

soundtrack

t

uninst

VCRedist

so aparently i'm missing more then 1 lol

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Post by Killjaeden » Fri, 27. Nov 09, 14:55

nah that's ok
if objects (or any other) doesn't exist it just means that there are no unpacked gamefiles.
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Post by apricotslice » Fri, 27. Nov 09, 15:27

Your not missing them, they are not created until necessary.

Since the game ships with all but scripts and a few other things inside the cat/dats, the directories are not needed by the game.

Its only when you mod the game outside of the patch and mod methods that you need to create the directory structures.

Just unzip into the TC directory and it should do all it needs to.

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