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How can i change the lightning state? For example like use a trigger or something and the skybox changes? Is this possible?
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How can i change the lightning state? For example like use a trigger or something and the skybox changes? Is this possible?
void SetLightingState(<new light state>)

[MANDATORY] <new light state> new state to change to. Lighting state defaults to 1 at start of game
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CLIENT/SERVER: Server
SUMMARY: Changes lighting state for the map
EXAMPLE: SetLightingState( 2 )
trig waittill("trigger");
SetLightingState(2);

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I haven't done this before, but the tutorials I've seen describe first setting up an additional lighting state within your map using radiant. Your default skybox should be ssi1, out of a total 4 states. You would set up a different skybox on ssi2, so when you switch lighting states... you guessed it. There is a tutorial on this already, here I believe. I don't know the entire process, but hope that helps.

Last Edit: June 16, 2017, 03:54:12 am by Archaicvirus

 
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