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#1 scott

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Posted 11 September 2004 - 04:33 AM

I uploaded a webpage that's a tutorial for using the racing line.
Hope it helps.

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Posted 11 September 2004 - 08:07 AM

:D Thanks for that, this really helps!
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Posted 20 December 2004 - 06:26 AM

Scott:

That link to the twotorial appears to be dead.  Any chance that you could post another live link, mate?

It's a bugger.  I'm trying desperately to find out some tips on placing grid boxes at the S/F line.  Despite trying a couple of techniques, I'm coming up empty on this.

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Posted 18 January 2005 - 11:22 PM

Manfred Cubenoggin, on Dec 20 2004, 05:26 AM, said:

Scott:

That link to the twotorial appears to be dead.  Any chance that you could post another live link, mate?

It's a bugger.  I'm trying desperately to find out some tips on placing grid boxes at the S/F line.  Despite trying a couple of techniques, I'm coming up empty on this.

Manfred

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Posted 14 April 2006 - 03:38 PM

Thanks, Scott!  :)

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Posted 11 February 2009 - 05:19 PM

Link in first post fixed
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Posted 13 April 2012 - 02:47 PM

Add “New.3do” object  into a track  without “*.cln” file.

For this we will use an existing object (Objeto.3do) and modify.
We look for the object closest to where we insert the “new.3do”. A tree, plant, sign, pole . . . This must be an object "*.3do" extracted from the DAT.
If the object is repeated several times in the track, first we do unique.
Change the name of the object:
Objeto.3do > Objeto2.3do
Now we modify the "maintrack.3do" to install the new "Objeto2.3do" on track. For this we use the "Racecon".
Open "maintrack.3do" with Racecon and find the object in the section where it is located.(left column)
We change the name(Objeto.3do > Objeto2.3do) to place the new object (central column). Close Racecon saving the "maintrack.3do".
We have a unique object on the track near where we want to install the new one.
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Open the new "Objeto2.3do" with Racecon and insert a new object within this
Use: instert transformation +
Next: Insert New Object
Placing the name "New.3do" in 3DO central column. (the "new.3do" should be inside the folder)
Close and save.
With the "3doEd" we can open the file "Objeto2.3do" and see that the two objects, the original and the new are in the file. (surely one above the other)
Well, if we open the object again with Racecon, we can edit the position (X, Y, Z, rotation, scale, ...)
The position of the "new. 3do" is relative to the center of "Objeto2.3do" not on the circuit.
This is the way to introduce a new object.
From here to test for improvement.
For example, we introduce the "New.3do" at least twice in the file "Objeto2.3do" withRacecon.
One FrontChild (Front view)
Other in Back Child (back view)

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When you open the "maintrack.3do" with 3doEd or entering track with the GPL see the new object.

Edited by _nes, 13 April 2012 - 02:50 PM.