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Cheeseh
post Sep 24 2003, 07:38 PM
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i. If you downloaded a ".zip" file open the zip file with winzip or other zip compressor utility and extract the .rcw file into

<HALF LIFE FOLDER>/rcbot/waypoints/<MOD FOLDER NAME>/

ii. If you downloaded an ".rcw" file then save it to the same folder above



-: Replace <HALF LIFE FOLDER> to the folder where your half-life hl.exe is stored.
-: Replace <MOD FOLDER NAME> with the name of the MOD's folder that the MOD is used in.


-: Delete the .rcv file that has the same name as the map that the waypoints are for
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post Jul 30 2004, 05:49 AM
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Just a question in regards to the rcv files Cheeseh, you said to delete the .rcv file of the same name as the .rcw, is this because the rcv will stay the same as it was before?

Put more simply: the rcv is created after the rcw is introduced in order for bots to find cover etc...etc...if a new rcw file is introduced does the rcv stay true to the original rcw or will it right itself. For example with maps that have changed with the updating of NS, which leaves old .rcw files leading waypoints through walls etc....will the .rcv still be referring to the original .rcw or no?

In short (which i prolly should have put first tongue.gif ) do i delete the old .rcv in order for a new one to be made?


Think i just confused myself laugh.gif
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