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  1. Welcome to the 8th edition of W3D weekly! It's a bit later in the week than usual, but we've got some good stuff to show off! Interim Apex@ Kaskins posted an update for Interim Apex recently which adds a plethora of new vehicles and rebalances a large amount of the game. head to the thread below to check out the full list of changes and updates! Also, please join me in congratulating both @ Kaskins and @ dblaney1 for becoming fully fledged @Staff Moderators! This prestigious title is coveted amongst all W3D Developers. W3D Engine - Scripts 4.7 Update 1 Just in case you didn't see it last week, Scripts 4.7 Update 1 is now out! If you're a Renegade player or a server owner, head on over to the thread below and grab the update! Upcoming EventsTiberian Sun's 22nd anniversary is coming up and to celebrate it, we've been asked to host a Reborn Game Night! Join us for some Banshee flying and Titan stomping on the the 19th of August at 7PM GMT! Here's a link to some more details! Red Alert: A Path Beyond This week's update comes from @ Ice on the new Artillery model that's being assembled! It's no secret that our current artillery model remains one of the oldest vehicle assets in the game, and has really been showing its age next to our more recently updated vehicles: Several replacement models had been worked on by different artists over the years, but none ended up being implemented, and so the increasingly ancient artillery model soldiered on as most other vehicles progressively received shiny new models. Back in May, @ ChopBam ran a poll on what the best replacement would be, between two primary contenders: Results were mixed. On one hand, A's large boxy rear was at odds with the open style of the classic unit, and the gun barrel was too small. The model also had too many details which led to an excessive polycount. On the other hand, B's gun barrel was too big, while the large spade on the rear didn't fit the style of the classic unit or the gameplay of the APB version. The model also seemed somewhat unfinished and had some notable clipping issues. In the end, although both models looked quite nice in their own right, neither was ideal for our needs, and so we went back to the drawing board to combine the best aspects of both into a new design. Given the game's alternate-universe setting and the ambiguity of the available source material, we decided to get a bit creative with it. Here's a sneak peak, along with some of our sources: In the spirit of classic C&C nostalgia, the new model is now based primarily on the ingame sprite, with details selectively taken from both the cameo model and the Remastered version, all combined into something unique that feels like a more faithful interpretation than either A or B above. Red Alert 2: Apocalypse RisingThis week we gave the Conscript a new weapon because we were finding that he felt a bit too bland as a unit. We took some inspiration from Red alert 3 and now the Conscript has a Molotov Coctail that he can throw. This deals damage over time in an area, so it's perfect for flushing out deployed infantry and denying passage through corridors. Just watch out, because it does deal damage to you if you throw it too closely to your feet! By making this, we were also able to create this horrifying display masterpiece of 6 Mama Romonovs spinning on a merry-go-round. More important content to come next week. That's it for this week!Tune in next time for some more excellent W3D content! [blurb]Welcome to the 8th edition of W3D weekly! It's a bit later in the week than usual, but we've got some good stuff to show off![/blurb]
  2. Probably worth poking @ Kaskins and @ dblaney1 about this one.
  3. This type of low-content post is not acceptable. I've locked this topic as a result.
  4. Yeah I think the general idea is to stop repairs if a vehicle sitting on the SD was damaged within the last X amount of seconds.
  5. Welcome to the 7th edition of W3D weekly! We're a day late, but that's not too bad! W3D Engine - Scripts 4.7 Update 1 Just in case you didn't see it last week, Scripts 4.7 Update 1 is now out! If you're a Renegade player or a server owner, head on over to the thread below and grab the update! Upcoming EventsTiberian Sun's 22nd anniversary is coming up and to celebrate it, we've been asked to host a Reborn Game Night! Join us for some Banshee flying and Titan stomping on the the 19th of August at 7PM GMT! Here's a link to some more details! Red Alert: A Path Beyond This week, @ ChopBam is here to show off his new Service Depot repair animation, based completely on the Service Depot animation that takes place in Red Alert. Those who are extra observant may also notice a change to the cost of repairs. With some things still in the works that are related to this, however, a proper announcement for that feature may come in a future weekly. Red Alert 2: Apocalypse Rising Over in AR land, @ moonsense715 has been hard at work lengthening our existing toolkit of modular road tiles. This will offer us more flexibility when creating city maps. Check it out below! In other news @ Romanov has been working on models for both Tanya and the Soviet union's prime matriarch, Mama Romanov! Tanya is still a work-in-progress currently, but Mama Romanov is ready to dish out the bowls in the canteen to keep the Soviet war machine well fed (but not too fed!) Now then, be a good Conscript otherwise there's no borscht for you! That's it for this week!Tune in next time for some more excellent W3D content! [blurb]Welcome to the 7th edition of W3D weekly! We're a day late, but that's not too bad![/blurb]
  6. Welcome to the 6th edition of W3D Weekly! There's been some major developments, so let's unpack what's been happening this week! W3D Engine - Scripts 4.7 Update 1 The BIG NEWS this week is that @ jonwil has finalized and released the Scripts 4.7 Update 1 package! It contains contributions from @ Jerad2142 , @ Dghelneshi , @ moonsense715 , and @ dblaney1 . The update consists of various bug fixes, as well as a handful of feature improvements, so if you're a Renegade player or server owner, you're going to need it! Read more in the thread below! Upcoming EventsTiberian Sun's 22nd anniversary is coming up and to celebrate it, we've been asked to host a Reborn Game Night! Join us for some Banshee flying and Titan stomping on the the 19th of August at 7PM GMT! Here's a link to some more details! Renegade X NewsOn a more unfortunate tone, there's been a situation developing recently in the Renegade X community that I felt that we should communicate out, just to spread awareness on the situation. Basically, the old domain is no longer being managed by the current team. The official statement from the Renegade X team is as follows: So with all that that in mind, be aware that the official website for Renegade X is now located at https://ren-x.com Red Alert: A Path Beyond @ ChopBam reporting. We've had the "per-round reload" feature available for a while now, but it's now going to finally be implemented in our game! When you reload your weapon rounds as a Sergeant, Starshina, Volkov, or Phase Tank, you're going to only reload the rounds that you already fired off. No longer do you need to wait for the full reload time if you just used one or two shots. Check it out in the video below! @ CMDBob deserves credit for making this feature work properly. Note: We experimented with the ability to interrupt your reloading sequence to fire rounds, but it never felt quite right, so we're keeping it uninterruptible. Still super nifty!Red Alert 2: Apocalypse Rising This week @ moonsense715 and @ Romanov have been working on a neat new project (more on that another time!), but whilst working on it, Romanov introduced a feature that everyone needs in their lives. It's basically an overhaul to the visible driver system that allows character models to appear in the driver seat of vehicles. With this new script we can do stuff like this! Meanwhile, @ OWA has been rigging a couple of new civilian vehicles. we now have our very own Postal Truck and School Bus! Check them out below! The School Bus has 16 seats, so if you can procure one in the field, it becomes a really great impromptu troop transport! Let us know what you think! Cold War Confrontation @ CMDBob here, time for a quick update. This one concerns the new pistol for the WARPAC forces. Beforehand, I had them using the MP443 "Grach" pistol, but I felt that it was just a bit too modern and a bit too samey, as well. Instead, I've replaced it with the classic Makarov. Only 8 (slightly weaker) rounds per magazine, but it fires very fast and can reload slightly quicker than most pistols. Plus, it's definitely a classic weapon. Click the image there to get a rotatable, 3D view of the Makarov model. That's it for this week! Tune in next time for some more quality W3D content! [blurb]Welcome to the 6th edition of W3D Weekly! There's been some major developments, so let's unpack what's been happening this week![/blurb]
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    Join us on the 19th of August at 7PM GMT for a Tiberian Sun: Reborn Game Night! This is in conjunction with the Tiberian Sun 22nd Anniversary event which will be happening all throughout the latter half of August. For more details, head to the official event Discord, here: https://discord.gg/MuNuuvQZJB
  8. Welcome to the 5th edition of W3D Weekly! Better late than never eh? Forum Updates@ OWA has been re-structuring the download database a bit, which means we've now got bespoke sections for Renegade, Interim Apex and ECW content! Keep an eye on it as we look at what we add to it next. Head here to check it out: https://w3dhub.com/forum/files/ As ever, if you have any suggestions, please let us know! Cold War Confrontation Here is the model for the M60A3 Patton MBT. Older than the M1 Abrams, but still effective as a second line tank, the M60A3 has a 120mm gun, 7.62mm coaxial and a cupola mounted MG as well. WIth a diesel engine, it's not quite as fast as the M1 Abrams, either, but it can still move around at a decent pace. Click the image to view the model in full 3D! Red Alert: A Path Beyond @ ChopBam here once again, this time reporting on some inertia improvements. Credit for this next change goes to @ Eggman891 for coding these abilities into our game. There are other inertia abilities available to us also, but the following are likely to be the biggest noticeable changes in APB. Swimming in the current release version lets you bounce and dodge back and forth instantly. We've touched it up so there will be a bigger gradation in directional changes while swimming. A video will speak much more to this than I can. 2021-07-19 06-49-28 swimming.mp4 Jumping while crouching will no longer offer a gigantic speed boost. See the next video to see what I mean! 2021-07-19 06-51-35 crouch jumping.mp4 There are a few slight other changes due to inertia but they will be less noticeable than those mentioned above. That's it for this week!See you next week for more excellent W3D content! [blurb]Welcome to the 5th edition of W3D Weekly! Better late than never eh?[/blurb]
  9. Welcome to the 4th edition of W3D Weekly! We made it for a whole month of updates. Go us! Forum UpdatesA few more forum updates here this week. More bugs have been squashed now, so the user display on the APB theme should be back to how it was before the update. We're still figuring out which new IPB features to use though. Stay posted for more! Red Alert: A Path Beyond @ ChopBam here to say that in the next release, APB will be able to have its own designated Windows Application icon while running, thanks to some clever work from @ CMDBob ! The Soviet red star icon will replace the generic W3D Hub icon in the alt/win tab application list and the taskbar, as can be seen in the screenshots below. It's a small thing, but pretty useful in the grand scheme of things! Cold War Confrontation @ CMDBob reports that Cold War Confrontation is now on the launcher for @Testers now, so stuff can get... tested! Plus, CWC has the same icon support that I added as well. Finally, here's a shot of the game's main menu (with a sneaky cameo from the M1 Abrams in the background...) Red Alert 2: Apocalypse Rising @ Romanov is working on something. Also, the truck we received is being made into a replacement for our ancient Demo Truck (probably the oldest asset in the game at this point). That's it for this week!See you next week for more excellent W3D content! [blurb]Welcome to the 4th edition of W3D Weekly! We made it for a whole month of updates. Go us![/blurb]
  10. Welcome to the 3rd edition of W3D Weekly! We've got loads of pretty pictures this week, so let's get into it! Forum UpdatesThe forum has undergone a few stylistic updates to get it back to where it was after the recent update. If you find any bugs, please tell @ OWA ! Expansive Civilian WarfareECW has been hotfixed to version 1.2.2.5! Check out the details in the thread below! Red Alert: A Path Beyond New Attack/Missile Submarines have been modeled (credit @ Kane000 ) and textured (credit @ Mighty BOB! ) for us, to be playable in the next release. The current models and textures date back to an age long ago, so with all the other things that have been updated since then, this is a refreshingly welcome update. What's that thing they say? "A screenshot is worth more than a thousand words"? "Pics or it didn't happen"? Well however the sayings go, without further ado, here is some imagery of our new submarines. Cold War Confrontation @ CMDBob here, and this week, I'm going to give you a quick tour of the NATO Barracks. This building is, like all the barracks in other W3D games, the building that lets you buy all of the infantry classes. A small watchtower on top of the barracks allows for a good view of the battlefield without being shot at. The top floor has a number of purchase terminals, and the weapon racks. Heading down the ramps, the bottom floor has the beds and lockers for the soldiers, as well as another purchase terminal. The final room on the bottom floor has the Primary SATCOM Uplink and a couple more purchase terminals. Defend the uplink, it controls the entire building, and without it, it won't work! That's all for this week. RenArchive Hi, @ Einstein here. It has been a while since I've done much around here, due to some real-life things that needed tending to. I'm still plenty busy, but I'm hoping that I will soon be able to return to dusting off some old games, and getting them ready to play with a modern version of the W3D engine under the hood. That is, after all, one of the primary missions of the Renegade Archive project - Not only preserving as much as possible, but updating as many of the older W3D games as we can, so that they can continue to run on modern machines without the issues and handicaps that their native form might present. When last we spoke, you made clear what I needed to work on next. The last of the "alpha" releases of what would later become what you all know and love as APB. The observable differences are astounding when comparing this project to itself nearly 17 years later! I have prepared a "mostly working I think" first build that the testers will have access to Soon™. And after a few rounds of them running through it and breaking it in new and amazing ways, and then me fixing what they found, repeat, etc, hopefully it will be ready for a public (re)release. Until then, have a look at the magic of 2004 in 1080p (big thanks to the TT/engine team and the awesome work they do, because this would not be possible at all without them). I feel like a disclaimer is needed somewhere. The "funny" units you see in some of the pictures are from a few "test" maps from the development of this version of the game. A great many concepts were being tested, some for the first time ever, and there were a handful of maps which these (often ridiculous) ideas would be dumped into for testing, and then some were released to the public (for science!). These "funny maps" or "test maps", were the inspiration for the modern-day Lunar Paradox map, and no proper 9935 release would be complete without them! Battle for Dune The BFD team have been working on weapons recently. @ AZ-Stalker has been working on recolours for the Sniper Rifle, Shotgun and various utility devices. Check them out below! Red Alert 2: Apocalypse RisingWe recently got out hands on a new Soviet Supply Truck model thanks to a talented artist called Hokunin! Check it out ingame below! This model will hopefully also be used as a base for the Demo Truck! @ moonsense715 is also working on improving the Dune Patrol map. Stay tuned for updates in the coming weeks! That's All Folks! That's all we've got for this week! See you next week for more W3D content! [blurb]Welcome to the 3rd edition of W3D Weekly! We've got loads of pretty pictures this week, so let's get into it![/blurb]
  11. Apologies for taking so long to reply here. We banned this user as soon as we saw your thread. We'll also be adding more registration challenges to weed out bots soon. Hope this helps.
  12. Welcome to the 2nd edition of W3D Weekly! This week we have a whole batch of updates from various projects! Let's get started! Forum Updates We recently upgraded our version of the Invision Powerboard forum software from 4.5 to 4.6, so if you guys notice any bugs or issues, please report them to me (@ OWA )! We have a few new forum features at our disposal now that we might roll out in the future, so keep an eye out for quality of life improvements! Expansive Civilian Warfare The brand spankin' new ECW client was released last week, so what are you doing with yourself? Go get yourself down to San Casina, grab yourself a job, run with the deer, drive a train and fight the aliens! Cold War Confrontation @ CMDBob just announced his personal W3D Project, Cold War Confrontation! Go and check it out below! Red Alert 2: Apocalypse Rising We've been looking at how to make the game a bit more user-friendly in AR. One of the things that came up in one of our previous tests, is that it's sometimes not immediately clear where the vehicle that you have just bought is. To alleviate that, we've now put a marker on any vehicle a player buys, that stays around until they get into it. This should hopefully help players find their vehicles a little easier. Red Alert: A Path Beyond @ ChopBam reports that in the next release, we will be hearing new Soviet elevator music in all of the Soviet Elevators! This brand new track was composed specifically for A Path Beyond (credit goes to none other than ChopBam's amazing spouse) and is inspired by a Soviet FMV, from the original C&C: Red Alert, where there was elevator music playing in the background. Super RA-listic! :D W3D Engine Team This week we're going to talk about one of the new tools that the engine team has made that helps developers to more efficiently make balance tweaks to the games; the Armour Editor. Before talking about what the Armour Editor is, we'll give a brief rundown of what armour actually is. In every W3D game, weapons deal damage and soldiers/vehicles/buildings (let's call them game objects) have HP that can be damaged. Weapons have a damage value associated to them which tells the game how much damage it does. Weapons have a warhead type associated to them (i.e. Bullet, Rocket, Cannon etc.) Game Objects have health points associated to them which tells the game how much HP (health points) they have. Game Objects have armour types (i.e. Skin, Metal, Wood, Concrete etc.) When a weapon shoots and hits a game object, the damage from the weapon is deducted from that game object's hp. This is when warhead and armour type comes into play. For example, if the weapon has a bullet warhead and the game object has the concrete armour type, the game will find a multiplier for what bullet-type damage should do against the concrete type armour. Let's say that this number is 0.5. Because bullet-type damage vs concrete-type armour is 0.5, the damage that the weapon deals against the target is halved. Multiple warheads and armour types form the way in which we then balance the game. This is why pistols aren't good against tanks, but are great against infantry for example. Previously in W3D development, developers needed to hand-edit the armor.ini text file in order to make balance changes to the armour types and warheads within the game. This is what it would look like: [Scale_Light_Vehicle] None=1.000000 Earth=1.000000 Death=10000.000000 Harmless=0.000000 Bullet_AI=0.030000 Bullet=0.125000 Bullet_AV=0.250000 Rocket=1.000000 Rocket_AV=1.000000 Artillery=1.000000 Tesla=1.500000 Heatwave=1.000000 Prism=0.700000 Tank_Shell=1.000000 Flak=0.200000 Flak_Ball=1.600000 Repair=-2.000000 Medical=0.000000 Explosive=14.000000 Weak_Explosive=4.000000 Terror_Drone=1.000000 Melee=0.000000 Radiation=0.025000 Capture=0.000000 Disguise_Kit=1.000000 Demolition_Trigger=1.000000 Airstrike_Laser=0.000000 Attack_Dog_Sniff=1.000000 Superweapon=0.500000 Splash=0.000000 Every armour type would have a load of numbers like in a long list this which we'd need to first find and then manually tweak, which was incredibly error prone. With the new armour editor this now becomes much easier. Adding and removing new warheads or armour types was also a massive pain to do manually. Here is the armor.ini file from Apocalypse Rising as an example of how much easier the new tool makes it to edit all of the warheads and armour types within the game: With the file laid out like this, we get an overview of the relationship between every warhead and every armour type in the game very quickly. It's not something that you'd generally see when booting the game, but improvements like this help us to reduce bugs and make balance tweaks a lot quicker than we used to be able to do. Big thanks to @ Yah-Nosh for getting this one into place, as it's saved us a ton of time already. If there's any part of the engine you want to know about in future updates or have any questions about this update, leave a comment below! Other Stuff! @ OWA is re-watching Castlevania and is also going paintballing at the weekend. It was @ Yah-Nosh 's birthday on Sunday, so he came over and we cooked some burgers, pork and steak! @ Metaridley has made an excellent playlist of his APB game night highlights, which you can check out here: [blurb]Welcome to the 2nd edition of W3D Weekly! This week we have a whole batch of updates from various projects![/blurb]
  13. Introduction Welcome to our brand new update format; W3D Weekly! This won't replace our larger project updates but is designed to give you guys more of an idea about what we're working on. We discovered a while back that although we do a lot of work on the projects, we're not actually very good at showing off all the cool things that we're doing. In these updates we'll be looking at each project as well as what the W3D Engine Team have been up to as well. We've got plenty to show off this week in our first edition, so take a seat and have a read! Expansive Civilian Warfare Big news for ECW fans! @Jerad2142 has just announced that ECW has been moved from the older version of scripts (3.4.4) to the newer version (4.X) which means that players should encounter less compatibility issues (goodbye black screen bug) and benefit from smoother performance! If you haven't had a chance to check out ECW because of these issues, now is the time to go and check it out! Read more below: Red Alert: A Path Beyond @moonsense715 has been working on some improvements for the Ore Trucks and Harvesters across all projects and these updates have made their way into APB! While driving an ore truck, the HUD will now indicate how full it is. Every yellow pip counts as two "scoops". The pips don't tell you if you've harvested from gems or mixed fields yet. Also, the per-map mine limit now appears on the HUD. No longer will a command be needed to display the mine limit from the bot! That's all from @ChopBam and APB!Red Alert 2: Apocalypse Rising We've recently been working on improving the V3 Rocket Launcher in Apocalypse Rising. It's always been a unit that has been tricky to use, so this batch of improvements should make it much easier. The first thing we've added to the V3 Launcher is a limited weapon traverse. This means you can move the rocket from side to side when adjusting your horizontal aim, like on a regular tank. This angle is limited, but it does offer the vehicle more flexibility when aiming at a target, because you no longer have to move the entire vehicle when correcting your horizontal aim. The other big change is that we have completely redesigned the aim helper. We had previously implemented this feature as a toggleable 'Q' ability, but we found that quite clunky in practice. Now the aim helper is a secondary fire mode that compliments the trajectory of the primary fire mode. this means you can hold down the right mouse button to perfect your aim and them hit the left mouse button to send the rocket flying in that direction. You can also cycle between two different rocket trajectories (long range and short range), but we haven't quite figured out what keyboard button should do that yet. On top of that, the aim helper is only visible to the player who is driving the V3 Launcher, so other players won't see it at all. Check out the video below to see how it works: Other Game ProjectsNo updates from @Kaskins and the Interim Apex squad this time around. But Interim Apex continues to do really well, so go check it out if you haven't done already! No Battle for Dune updates from @TeamWolf and co this time, as a bigger update for BFD is currently being planned; so look out for that one in the future! Without a team to work on it, Tiberian Sun: Reborn is currently shelved for the time being. We've begun talking about who would be interested in picking up work on it again and it looks like we'll have a team to do the job once other projects have had some more work put into them. It's going to be a while, but we will eventually return to the Second Tiberian War. @Killing_You has been hard at work on set filming Dead Legion, so there's not been much movement in the Ground Zero department recently. Keep an eye out for future updates though! Also, if you want to check out Dead Legion, head here!: https://www.deadlegionseries.com W3D Engine Team In amongst all of the development on the games, the engine team has been hard at work making our lives easier. We don't really talk about what the engine team do much, so here is a good opportunity to showcase it on a weekly basis. Overview The current public version of the W3D Engine that is being used in projects such as APB is W3D 5.0 (formerly known as Scripts 5.0). Though the name "Scripts" has served us well for so long, the ambition and scope of the project has expanded to the point where major engine changes have become necessary to push the projects further than the restrictions that came with supporting Renegade. W3D 5.0 is not backwards compatible with Renegade as such, so it made sense to change the name of the project from "The Renegade Custom Scripts Project" to something that was more appropriate. Fast forward to now, and the team is working on many exciting new things, which you can read about below and in future updates. W3D Engine 5.1 @Yah-Nosh reports that work on the next version of our W3D Engine project is underway, with a focus on fully overhauling the rendering engine. What this means is that whilst the games running on 5.1 will look similar to how they do now the fidelity and performance of the engine will be increased, along with more tools to help developers make cool stuff. we touched on this briefly when we did the Q&A as part of the 19th Renegade anniversary event, which you can check out on our YouTube Channel. Some of the big features to reasonably expect as a part of W3D 5.1 are full dynamic lighting, GPU skinning, instancing, better lightmapping and better shadows. GPU skinning has recently been completed, which will allow higher resolution animated characters to have a much lesser impact on game performance. The next item on the development agenda is particles (explosions, fire, weather etc.). Stay tuned for more W3D 5.1 updates in the future! Weapon Ammo Visibility Improvements have been made to the weapon code to allow ammo that properly hides/disappears when fired. Right now this works in the game with stuff like the V2 Launcher, but it is done via an animation, which makes it quite inflexible. For example, if we wanted to give the V2 a cool animation (like a deployment animation or a radar dish that spins), we wouldn't be able to, because any other animation we give the V2 won't be able to figure out whether the missile should be visible or not. @CMDBob has begun to move the ammo hiding tech into W3D properly now, so that we will be able to use special ammo bones to hide ammo that has been fired, which frees up these animation requirements. This will be especially useful for aircraft, which require both ammo hiding and landing gear animations. New Data Format for Developers Until now, developers had to use a stock Renegade data format (objects database) to save game data such as balance changes to infantry, weapons and vehicles. But the team has been working on converting this into a text-based format. The way Renegade's data is structured is efficient, but it has it's downsides; the biggest of which is that multiple developers cannot make edits to the file at the same time. The new text-based format allows multiple people to work on the main data of the game at once and then merge all of their changes together at the end. This makes collaboration on the game projects much more effective, as it's a lot easier to search for errors that may have been made and compare future versions of the data against past versions. All in all, this won't affect players in the slightest, but it will make our lives a lot easier. Other Stuff! Here's a quick round up of other things that are happening around the team! - @Nodlied made a big financial mistake after visiting a hobby shop. Though he's not that sorry... - @OWA has been playing a bit of bass guitar. Maybe he'll record something at some point. - @TeamWolf just bought some golf clubs. We're off to hit some balls tomorrow with @Eggman891 - It's @Yah-Nosh's birthday soon, so we're going to eat some BBQ food to celebrate! - @alphoca is starting his content creation journey! Please ask for the link when you see him and support him!!! - @ChopBam just returned home from a trip on the East Coast of America! [blurb]Welcome to W3D Weekly! In these updates we'll be looking at each project as well as what the W3D engine team have been up to as well. We've got plenty to show off this week in our first edition, so take a seat and have a read![/blurb]
  14. Indeed. You can find it here: https://github.com/OpenSAGE/OpenSAGE.BlenderPlugin
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  16. I can't believe that this website still exists. xD
  17. The video has now been posted with timestamped questions!
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    Hi everyone! As part of the celebrations for Renegade's 19th Birthday, the W3D Hub team will be doing a Q&A session on Discord, Twitch and YouTube! We want to know what questions you have for the team here at W3D Hub! This could be anything from what our future plans are to what we had for lunch, so please feel free to be creative with your questions! We will be curating the questions a bit however, so if your question is a bit on the controversial side, it may not get answered! Fair warning to you! Head to the question form here to submit your questions! <- Clicky As for where you can watch the event, you can join us on the following platforms for the Q&A Session: Discord: https://discord.gg/jMmmRa2 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/w3dhub YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPVori4l3Rq_AkWHEjTKdEQ All of the videos will be watchable afterwards as well, so don't worry if you happen to miss it! Here are the developer we currently have confirmed as attending: @OWA - W3d hub Admin and Leader of Apocalypse Rising @Yah-Nosh - W3D Engine Coder and head of several refactoring initiatives @CMDBob - W3D Staff Jack of All Trades and head of an unannounced (but teased from time to time) project More people will also be there, but we won't know until they confirm for sure. We hope to see you there!
  19. Hi everyone! As part of the celebrations for Renegade's 19th Birthday, the W3D Hub team will be doing a Q&A session on Discord, Twitch and YouTube this Saturday at 8Pm GMT! We want to know what questions you have for the team here at W3D Hub! This could be anything from what our future plans are to what we had for lunch, so please feel free to be creative with your questions! We will be curating the questions a bit however, so if your question is a bit on the controversial side, it may not get answered! Fair warning to you! Head to the question form here to submit your questions! <- Clicky Head here for more information on the event! Don't worry if you cannot make it to the live stream either, as we will be recording the Q&A for later as well! Cheers! Edit: This Q&A has now finished. Please check out the video below to view it! [blurb]As part of the celebrations for Renegade's 19th Birthday, the W3D Hub team will be doing a Q&A session on Discord, Twitch and YouTube sometime next week. (Keep an eye out for the date).[/blurb]
  20. @Eggman891 for great teamwork and being a paragon of base defence when it mattered the most. <3
  21. Hi and welcome to the community! Scripts4.7 relies on a valid Renegade installation folder to work. So if you point it to a valid Renegade game folder, it should give you the option to install it. Generally if it doesn't find a path automatically, it means that it cannot find where your game is installed to. Hope this helps!
  22. Try this. Uninstall the game. Install the Microsoft C++ VS2012 Redist from here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30679 Go to "C:\ProgramData\W3D Hub\Launcher\package-cache\games\tsr" Delete everything in this folder Try reinstalling TSR and see if it works
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