Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

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Re: Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

Unread postby Malice Synn » Tue, 21st Aug 2007 1:26

Yeah, if you're going to replace the dead skin, I think you're going to need a powerful graphics card to view it, that's the only bad part...but if you have a good graphics card, you're all set!
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Re: Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

Unread postby Dark Star » Tue, 21st Aug 2007 1:35

Yep, not powerful, that's for reflective water, but, a good, one. Yeah.
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Re: Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

Unread postby locust » Sat, 25th Aug 2007 15:53

and how do i make this multi TML thing
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Re: Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

Unread postby Dark Star » Sat, 25th Aug 2007 16:18

Wait for the tutorial, but it's release date is unknown. Or you could ask ERC to write one for you. ^-^
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Re: Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

Unread postby RoadKill » Sun, 26th Aug 2007 22:25

Can I change the name velociraptor to utahraptor this way?
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Re: Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

Unread postby Dark Star » Tue, 28th Aug 2007 0:14

Yes, if you mean changing the name in the Eng,txt, then yes.
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Re: Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

Unread postby Basilo » Mon, 31st Dec 2007 19:53

What would happen if I changed my new dinos TClass (for instance, compy with alberto TClass?)
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Re: Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

Unread postby Tyrannosaurus Aegyptiacus » Mon, 31st Dec 2007 22:32

It'd act like an Alberto.
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Re: Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

Unread postby PRONGS » Sun, 9th Mar 2008 1:11

hey ummm when u clone a new dinosaur say like a ceratosaurus into a proceratosaurus can i change the new dinosaurs characteristics???
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Re: Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

Unread postby Melea Lord » Sun, 9th Mar 2008 9:32

Yes, by messing around with the ini, inx and nwts. I you want a difference to behavior, T class controls that, but you must change it into an existing T class.
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Re: Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

Unread postby ranger_heli » Mon, 12th May 2008 7:08

I was trying to make a carnivorous Triceratops, so I cloned an Albertosaurus and placed it in judith river A. However, when I changed the model to model=tricera, both the old Triceratops and new one turned white like they had no skin! What can I do to solve this?
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Re: Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

Unread postby Amaterasu-chan » Fri, 16th May 2008 18:27

Ummm...can we make our own Dinopedia article for our clone dinosaurs?

Btw...does Acc= and Dec= the value of altitude a dinosaur can reach?
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Re: Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

Unread postby Velocirocker » Wed, 4th Jun 2008 21:18

Amaterasu-chan wrote:Ummm...can we make our own Dinopedia article for our clone dinosaurs?

Btw...does Acc= and Dec= the value of altitude a dinosaur can reach?


yeah, im pretty sure if you go into the eng.txt and scroll down to the 'parent' dinos info you can just copy and edit it the same as you can with the name. I havent tried it for ages mind so dont take my word for it.
Hi, err.. jst so u no this is Pyroraptor, i was havin problems with my old file
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Re: Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

Unread postby Jasper Hale » Thu, 5th Jun 2008 3:11

This si really cool.
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Re: Guide to Cloning Dinosaurs

Unread postby Velocirocker » Thu, 5th Jun 2008 16:11

im not an expert on skinning , but im fairly sure using multiple skinning works as long as you change the part in the file that says 'model = raptor' for instance. It realy complicated so your best bet would be to ask somebody good at multiple skinning.
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oh yeah but dont bother her to much, im fairly sure theyre working on GEPv2.
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