PWM in editor

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nevux
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PWM in editor

Beitrag von nevux » 22.11.2010, 11:19

Howdy,

Does PWM2.0 include any editor files? I cant find any pwm textures or units in the editor.


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Re: PWM in editor

Beitrag von nevux » 22.11.2010, 15:10

Ok seriously.. wtf is this.. I thought maybe deinstalling SusRW and Sus2 and then performing a fresh installation of SusRW + PWM might to the trick, but now i cant even seem to get PWM working.

I assume that installing SusRW -without any patches applied- and PWM2.0 release version should be enough to get PWM to work?

I installed PWM2.0 in the main installation folder of RW as suggested in the installation dialogue screen. Now, when i browse through the RW folder I can see all sorts of files related to PWM but I cant find any .exe that will launch PWM nor is there an executable to start the multimodswitcher.

Whats the dealio here? Do I need to download the switcher separately? Why isnt this included with the mod if it is required to be able to play the game?

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Re: PWM in editor

Beitrag von nevux » 22.11.2010, 15:21

nevermind , i figured it out already

Cool mod..

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Re: PWM in editor

Beitrag von Last Soldier » 22.11.2010, 22:53

You need patched Resource wars and if i remember good so switcher is in installation package (or support files for switcher).

anyway PWM2 is great mod
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Re: PWM in editor

Beitrag von nevux » 22.11.2010, 23:04

Yep.. its awesome alright... editor schemes are superb.. lots of textures.


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