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Custom map water problem

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Hi,

I created a customm map, but it seem that all gats are set with water type, because sacer job can create the holy water anywhere he wants in my custom map, but my map gats are all green of red (walkable or not), and i didn't use any setcell script.... how is it possible?

My map seems to be all gats set as water but it's not! How to solve that?

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20 hours ago, w0wZukuBg said:

The server did not see the water level on the map. I had such a problem
when I added only the .gat file in the WeeMapCache without the .rsw
and .gnd files. If you use WeeMapCache, put all three location files into
your grf with all maps and then press the GRF button in the program
to correctly add the water level (don't forget to add resnametable.txt
using the RNT button).

The fault came from browedit.

For the walkable gat you need to use this gat

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And for water you should use the green one with walkable text

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The server did not see the water level on the map. I had such a problem
when I added only the .gat file in the WeeMapCache without the .rsw
and .gnd files. If you use WeeMapCache, put all three location files into
your grf with all maps and then press the GRF button in the program
to correctly add the water level (don't forget to add resnametable.txt
using the RNT button).

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Just in case, I add information. Check for water level is written in map.c after lines

/*
 * Reads from the .rsw for each map
 * Returns water height (or NO_WATER if file doesn't exist) or other
error is encountered.
 * Assumed path for file is data/mapname.rsw
 * Credits to LittleWolf
 */

If the .rsw file does not participate in the creation of a map_cache,
then the water level will be absent as a class. All standard maps
from kRO consist of green, red and purple cells only.

On 5/29/2018 at 10:03 PM, Zell said:

The fault came from browedit.

P.S. I work now only with 586 rev)

Edited by w0wZukuBg

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On 6/1/2018 at 7:00 PM, w0wZukuBg said:

Just in case, I add information
Check for water level is written in map.c after lines

/*
 * Reads from the .rsw for each map
 * Returns water height (or NO_WATER if file doesn't exist) or other
error is encountered.
 * Assumed path for file is data/mapname.rsw
 * Credits to LittleWolf
 */

If the .rsw file does not participate in the creation of a map_cache,
then the water level will be absent as a class. If you take any
standard map, then they all consist of green, red and purple
cells. My problem was completely analogous to the problem
of the topic starter, so I suggested that when creating a map_cache
in WeeMapCache, he added in program window only the .gat file
without using a full set of location files with the GRF button.
Unfortunately he didn't give information, as everything was in fact))

P.S. I work now only with 586 rev, so green walkable is always green walkable)

Bro,

It doesn't work, i tried many things, many brow edit vers.... you can try it yourself any custom map you have.... Anyway we just fixed it as zell told.

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2 hours ago, danielps said:

Anyway we just fixed it as zell told.

Thanks for the information, so I had another problem.

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