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Luckily, Blood2 dedit comes with some unrez software built in....which doesn't work at all
Memory leaks abound... Textures will actually fight your attempts to align them
In short, it ain't q radiant
What's your experience as far as mapping goes?
Are you prone to headaches?
Are you willing to become prone to headaches?
Are your vaccinations up to date?
Do you believe in gOd?
Are you willing to change your religion?
Would you call the possibility of losing your friends and family "a show stopper"?
Depending on your answers to the above questions, you might be ready for dedit. After that we can begin the process of determining wether or not dedit is ready for you.
There is also alot of info at the old Planetshogo:
And there is some advanced stuff at the old mod maker site for AvP:
the AvP site uses a little different version of Dedit but alot of the stuff works for B2.
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I've already begun that process and it should become almost as simple as copying and pasting, in the future. I also plan on creating plenty of very easy to understand tutorials so the entire process will become less of a torturous ordeal.
But for the time being I can only suggest that you read up on any DEdit tutorials that you can find on the internet. The editor may have grown new features with more recent games, but the basics have remained unchanged over time.
Shogo would probably be the best place to start.