Even though there are some improvements from WC3, it's not user friendly at all and is just a pain.
Does anyone else agree?
I'm having problems with screen buttons. When I click one button it thinks I clicked all of them.
I copied the triggers as text.
Game - Map initialization
Dialog - Display button 1 of size (200, 60) with text "Show/Hide UI" at Top Right of screen with offset (30, 30) (run No Trigger when button is clicked)
Dialog - Display button 2 of size (200, 60) with text "Key Jamming" at Top Right of screen with offset (240, 30) (run No Trigger when button is clicked)
Button 1 Clicked Trigger:
Dialog - (Screen button 1) is Clicked by Player Any Player
UI - Display "UI Show/Hide Clicked" for (All players) to Subtitle area
Button 2 Clicked Trigger:
Dialog - (Screen button 2) is Clicked by Player Any Player
UI - Display "Key Jamming Clicked" for (All players) to Subtitle area
In game when I click either button it displays both "Key Jamming Clicked" and "UI Show/Hide Clicked", indicating that the events are the roots of the problem.
And I would have it run the "Clicked" triggers by setting the triggers while I create the buttons "(run No Trigger when button is clicked)" but if I do it that way I don't think it is possible to pass on the player number of the player that clicked the button seeing as how it won't run Action Definitions or Functions that can take parameters. So I'm trying it this way so that I can manipulate things only for the player that clicked the button.
Quote from lnsidious: Go
I don't know about textures, but I managed to find imported sounds. When you go to the Sounds tab in the Data window, add a new object. Then on the right is one field that let's you set the file associated with it (I'm not sure which one, as I don't have the Galaxy Editor anymore; laptop died). It may help to turn on/off some of the icons that show on top, there's five in them in total. You should be able to find your imported files when double clicking the field that contains the actual MP3. If you can't find a solution, I'll post a screenshot saturday; as then hopefully I will be able to use the Galaxy Editor again.
Are you thinking of the archive browser that's in my picture?
I have a slight problem.
I want to change some textures and sounds to some custom ones. So, I imported the files but I can not find them anywhere.
It only lets me search the Assets folder and LocalizedData folder, and none of my stuff is in there.
Any help is appreciated!
Star Control 2 (StarCon 2) was a space combat PC game created in 1992.
I have decided to try to remake it as a Starcraft 2 map.
Here's a video of what I've done so far, as of May 10:
I have remade the classic Zone Control from Starcraft 1.
For those of you that never played it, it is quite simple. Teams start in the four corners each person starting with a bunker. Each bunker spawns one marine every few seconds. The last team standing wins.
Note: Current version (v 0.10) has no single player support but it is fully playable multiplayer(not very helpful until publishing is allowed on BNet). I have disabled a few triggers so that computer players will spawn just so that you can mess around but they will not do anything.
Known bugs with current version(v 0.10):
To Do List:
Changelog: Nothing changed yet.
If true, my friends and I are having a 2 day long LAN party starting that Monday.
Monday to prepare with SC and WC3. Tuesday for the awesomeness.
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You can create awesome menus with dialogs. Almost anything is possible with them from what I've been trying out so far. It is a bit different to set up and can take alot of time but it can give you a very similar result.
Yes I've tried using dialog buttons that branch out when clicked but it seems that it can't be localized to a single player. It makes it so that if one player clicks it they all will see.
Warcraft 3 had a "Quest" menu that was usually used to explain commands and what not. Seeing as how Starcraft II doesn't have that, what are your suggestions for such a menu?
I thought of using a help button to display a text box with everything, but does anyone have any better ideas?