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Kaizerwolf
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I feel silly.

Postby Kaizerwolf » Wed Mar 31, 2010 1:58 am

Yes, I feel very silly. And the reason:

After 2 years of using DLE-XP, i still do not know how to use the tunnel curve tool. I've got no clue what the shortcut is, or if I have to select some cubes, or what. Now that I realize it, having that curve generator would help me out in so many of my levels, yet I still have no clue how to use it.

So, I'm very sorry for the noobish sounding question, but how do you use the tunnel curve generator/tool?

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Postby Sirius » Wed Mar 31, 2010 5:07 am

1) Select the cube/side you want the curve to start from. (I mean navigate to it; you don't need to mark it.)
2) Press spacebar to switch to the "other cube", and select the cube/side you want the curve to go to with it.
3) Press "G" and the curve generator will come up.
4) To customise the shape of the curve, you can: change the "twist" of the tunnel by selecting a different vertex on the start/end sides (press "P"); shorten/lengthen the arc from the start/end sides with "[" and "]". Again, to switch to the other end of the curve press spacebar.
5) Press "G" again when done. You might be prompted about whether you wish to keep the generated curve.

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