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Does anyone have the same "Quadtree" function that can be added to browedit r620 like r586?

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As everyone knows, browedit r586 can use the "Quadtree", and R620 "Quadtree" will fail, but the new map model of the KRO client must use the R620 can open the map editor, such as LaSana, prontera, POP3, r586 will make the software crash, if the height change of use R620 to make the model, the model of loss or shadow, how should I not only ensure model will not be lost, but also can open these new models will not collapse? Or, there is no one that can modify the ability of R620 to use "Quadtree".

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You can use hexed versions of newer models to make them work in 586, then you don't need to use 620 at all. I've compiled hexed versions of the newer models in this package here: Download

Credit to Tokei for making these. I just reuploaded it.

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You can try to resave your map in browedit 2.0, is very compatible on all kinds of models.

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Wrong section. Moved to "Third-Party Support".

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21 hours ago, Sage said:

你可以使用新版本的新版本来使它们在586中工作,那么你根本不需要使用620。我已经在这个包中编译了新版本的hexed版本:  下载

感谢东庆做出这些。我只是重新上传它。

That's great. Although these models are not complete, these models are enough for many maps. Thank you With this, I can finish the beautiful map without using R620. Thanks again.!!

 

 

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21 hours ago, Sage said:

You can use hexed versions of newer models to make them work in 586, then you don't need to use 620 at all. I've compiled hexed versions of the newer models in this package here: Download

Credit to Tokei for making these. I just reuploaded it.

That's great. Although these models are not complete, these models are enough for many maps. Thank you With this, I can finish the beautiful map without using R620. Thanks again.

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21 hours ago, Sage said:

You can use hexed versions of newer models to make them work in 586, then you don't need to use 620 at all. I've compiled hexed versions of the newer models in this package here: Download

Credit to Tokei for making these. I just reuploaded it.

That's great. Although these models are not complete, these models are enough for many maps. Thank you With this, I can finish the beautiful map without using R620. Thanks again.。

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