[Links] Helpful tutorials and tools
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General

Mapping

Modelling

Scripting

Servers

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Want your tutorial/tool linked in this post? Post a link to it here with a short description if necessary. Thanks :)
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#2
How about a mod category for modded clients ;)
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#3
Possibly, they don't really fall under the categories of "tutorial or tool" though.
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#4
It was a joke, since I just made that modded client...
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#5
Modded clients could maybe be considered a tool if they're something like that one mapping client.

Edit: Ah, okay PhaNtom. I still think this though.
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#6
(14 Mar 13, 02:37PM)InitialSAW Wrote: Modded clients could maybe be considered a tool if they're something like that one mapping client.

Yes, that mapping client Felix wrote is a tool, IMO.
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#7
How about sticking the Assaultcube strategy guide under general?

http://forum.cubers.net/thread-35.html
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#8
@Aekom, added.
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#9
XRD's wiki code generators
http://forum.cubers.net/thread-6527.html
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#10
@Andrez, added.
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#11
AC Mapping tricks (idk if it should be here but it was sticked i think):
http://forum.cubers.net/thread-4599.html

And I bet the is mapping tutorials in a lot of different languages (I made the French one) can you add one for each countries?
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#12
@.ExodusS*, added.

Edit: Any translations to the mapping guide can be linked here. Just make a thread for it, and post a link here. :)
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#13
/alias gohere [ say "go here http://forum.cubers.net/thread-6549.html" ]

Thanks Bukz! (same goes to all those who made the links possible) Now I can use that bind to answer many of the questions asked.

Not that we really need more servers than players, but what about a server setup/port forwarding tutorial?
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#14
Beginner's modeling tutorial @ AKIMBO [UV mapping included]
http://www.akimbo.in/forum/viewtopic.php?f=34&t=482
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(15 Mar 13, 12:23AM)[SODA]___ME___ Wrote: /alias gohere [ say "go here http://forum.cubers.net/thread-6549.html" ]

Thanks Bukz! (same goes to all those who made the links possible) Now I can use that bind to answer many of the questions asked.

Not that we really need more servers than players, but what about a server setup/port forwarding tutorial?

This is on the wiki.
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#16
(15 Mar 13, 12:23AM)[SODA]___ME___ Wrote: Not that we really need more servers than players, but what about a server setup/port forwarding tutorial?

Yes, it would be nice to have a AC-specific tutorial for setting up servers. That would have been helpful when I tried creating my first server instead of having people remote-in to my desktop :P
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#17
(14 Mar 13, 12:10AM)Bukz Wrote: [*]Map design guide - http://forum.cubers.net/thread-182.html

The link inside the thread is broken, this is the new one:
http://ac-akimbo.net/showthread.php?tid=117

Btw: French mapping tutorial
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#18
map rotation generator http://fra.assaultcu.be/maprot/
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#19
Learn scripting french :
http://forum.cubers.net/thread-6554.html
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#20
(15 Mar 13, 04:58PM)[email protected] Wrote: map rotation generator http://fra.assaultcu.be/maprot/

I never saw that tool before, that's really nice.
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#21
(15 Mar 13, 05:51PM)PhaNtom Wrote:
(15 Mar 13, 04:58PM)[email protected] Wrote: map rotation generator http://fra.assaultcu.be/maprot/

I never saw that tool before, that's really nice.
I had published it on the former forums (the thread was even made sticked) but i had never post it again on the new forums ;)
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#22
How about a tutorial of a server that still open in your router?
I mean, your router open the specific ports and the server_autoconfigured.bat file without opening it manually and it turns into a 24/7 server, ¿good idea or impossible?
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(15 Mar 13, 09:54PM)DarKnight Wrote: How about a tutorial of a server that still open in your router?
I mean, your router open the specifics ports and the server_autoconfigured.bat file without opening it manually and it turns into a 24/7 server, ¿good idea or impossible?

I'm fairly certain it is impossible to access the settings of your router other than through the provided router page.

If there was a way, it would be a security hazard. Imagine visiting a website that opens ports in your router. Open ports are dangerous, if not secured correctly. Someone could port scan you to find your open ports, then hack you. Therefore, it is highly unlikely that something could open ports for you.
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#24
PhaNtom you didn't understand, pay attention:
I said "specific ports", i.e 28763-28764, only these ones. Also, is easy to configure your router, you only need the passphrase and the user and you need the "correct configuration (if it's possible)" to make an auto-server, a server that it's open when the modem/router of your internet is on
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#25
@ExodusS*, link in Floppy's thread fixed and added the french tutorials.

@[email protected], added.

@888, added.
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#26
Thanks for the links my dear Bukz!!!
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#27
The "mapping design guide" will be translate in French very soon, but the translation will not be 100% accurate since I've modified/added some stuffs from my mapping experiences.
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#28
This
http://denbeke.be/ac-textures/
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#29
http://fra.assaultcu.be/maprot/ moved to http://ac-akimbo.net/maprot/ !
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(20 Apr 13, 12:29PM)Andrez Wrote: This
http://denbeke.be/ac-textures/

Has he fixed the licensing issues?
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