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How do you create Ice/Deep Snow?

1 Jan 2014, 17:16 PM
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avatar of ElectronicFarts

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Hi,

I have located the Ice tool in WB but when I place it over a water source it does not work. How does the ice tool work? Also, how do you specify which parts of the map have deep snow and which do not?
1 Jan 2014, 17:42 PM
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avatar of Srinidhalaya

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Both deep snow, and deep mud, are applied using the heightmap editor, the check box marked, top layer. No texture will appear, unless you specify the textures in your atmosphere properties. Loading presets will also load preset snow/mud settings.
1 Jan 2014, 22:59 PM
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avatar of ElectronicFarts

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Ah ok must have skimmed over that. Now the question is how to use the ice editor. After unpacking the relic maps I see that they have splats/splines placed over the ice. I went to terrain properties where I check boxed ice instead of water however I am unable to place any splats or splines on the ice.. It's treated as if it is water still putting the splats and splines on the bottom of the lake bed.
1 Jan 2014, 23:09 PM
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You have to click "Over/under snow"
19 Jan 2014, 05:23 AM
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How were you able to use the Ice Editor? I can create any ice at all...
19 Jan 2014, 06:15 AM
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jump backJump back to quoted post19 Jan 2014, 05:23 AMMANK
How were you able to use the Ice Editor? I can create any ice at all...


read this thread once again. the solution was already described.
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