Author Topic: Somebody please make some instruction videos.  (Read 1033 times)

Buckles

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Somebody please make some instruction videos.
« on: Apr 09, 2016; 07:32 AM »
This is the most impossible to understand SDK I've ever seen and worst of all there is basically no info on how to use it. My only hope has been to just randomly click on stuff and hope for the best. So I was thinking it would be really useful to me and any future users of reanimator if the people who know how to use it would share their knowledge as best they can. Just sayin'.

mcroosta

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Re: Somebody please make some instruction videos.
« Reply #1 on: Apr 10, 2016; 04:36 AM »
Are there specific threads that cover the basics of modding with Reanimator? I looked over some of the stickied threads and was able to search the forums for some info, but the most valuable info was in direct answers from Malachor. I was thinking that once I get a working mod, I would post a beginner's guide. I haven't had much luck so far (making a working mod) or time to tinker the last couple weeks.

Malachor

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Re: Somebody please make some instruction videos.
« Reply #2 on: Apr 10, 2016; 06:03 AM »
I was going to cover modifying a dye kit, since there's been a few requests for them, but I think that wouldn't cover enough for you Buckles. Perhaps you can tell me what you want to mod and then I'll cover that as well.

And yes, Reanimator isn't particularly user friendly, because it's not finished due to real life issues for the team.

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Re: Somebody please make some instruction videos.
« Reply #3 on: May 04, 2016; 07:39 PM »
Thanks for taking the time to do tutorials, Malachor!

I would like to know how to add a skill/attributes respec item to a shop. I've tried but haven't succeeded.
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