Software for mapping (GtkRadient & NetRadiant)


#1

Also I always wanted to make maps, what software do you use? Is it gtk radiant?


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#2

Yes.

http://icculus.org/gtkradiant/


#3

Could be NetRadiant also. Gtkradiant is outdated. Netradiant has less bugs.
http://ingar.satgnu.net/gtkradiant/


#4

yeah definitely recommend ingar’s netradiant packages over gtkradiant, he just recently updated them too!!


#5

Thanks guys! I’ll look into it


#6

check these out too


(there are more parts)


#7

Totally not faces brother :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#8

It’s your brother? I’m not watching it then! I want YOU to make a tutorial! Hehe just kidding :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: XD


#9

I’ve downloaded netradiant and followed the installation instruction, but once I run radiant.exe I get this error:


#10

#11

hmm i was use it this and maybe for me this program error so i use this http://dev.alientrap.org/projects/netradiant/wiki


#12

the website is not accessible


#13

NetRadiant has decided to act retarded towards me, always detects entities as if they were leaked, but oh well GTK works perfectly fine anyway.


#14

GtkRadiant, atleast in terms of stability (unless I went crazy) never fucked me in the ass as hard as NetRadiant did when it shat out my map into a ball of vertices.

I’ll be cautious around NetRadiant builds until they get more stable.


#15

I successfully installed netradiant on linux ubuntu 14.04! Don’t have trem installed tho


#16

Is Trenchbroom als good ?


#17

do you have msvcr-110 in system32 or SysWOW64?
That solved my problem with netradiant


#18

Maybe admins should make a new first post saying to first try netradiant and then gtk radiant if that is not working.

There is also jackhammer, i havent tried it myself yet though: http://jackhammer.hlfx.ru/en/articles/4/jack_trem.html