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kaloszyfer 06-20-2007 08:32

Admin Mark (marks admins with beret or helmet)
 
5 Attachment(s)
Admin Mark 1.2

DESCRIPTION:
Plugin marks admin by adding on his head special helmet or beret. Size of model is less than 60kb, so player don't have to extra download whole admin model (size: 2Mb) like in other plugins such as KaOs' "Admin Models", but download small model in 1 sec.

FEATURES:
- if admin is CT, he wears special helmet
- if admin is T, he wears special beret

CVARS:
amx_admin_mark (0: OFF, 1: ON, default: 1) - disables/enables plugin

VERSIONS:
1.0 first release
1.1 added forcing standard models by server (you can disable this by using mp_consistency 0), optimized some code
1.2 changed really smart part of code (1 word...)



put admin_head.mdl to "models/" directory

Unfortunately helmets and berets looking good if client is using standard models. If client have custom models it may not look good..

Here are some screens:

-helmets:
gign
gsg9
sas
urban (seal)
vip

-berets:
arctic
guerilla
leet
terror

Alka 06-20-2007 08:54

Re: Admin Mark
 
Looks funny :lol:...nice! Gj :wink:

ehha 06-20-2007 09:36

Re: Admin Mark
 
nice! perhaps you can add only the "ADMIN" write to terrorist models or make a helmet for every terrorist model in the head color of the model

for example a black one for Phoenix terorist and so on....

Arion 06-20-2007 12:28

Re: Admin Mark
 
Nice plugin!

But the helmet model sucks :P

Juba_PornBorn 06-20-2007 12:51

Re: Admin Mark
 
Nice really like this one!

kaloszyfer 06-20-2007 13:19

Re: Admin Mark
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Arion (Post 492358)
But the helmet model sucks :P

Why?! You don't like it?:mrgreen:

Quote:

Originally Posted by ehha (Post 492311)
perhaps you can add only the "ADMIN" write to terrorist models or make a helmet for every terrorist model in the head color of the model

You mean that I should change "ADM" to "ADMIN" on berets or what?
And I think beret for terrorist is better than helmet:) and colors must be distinctive, that everyone know this is admin.

Arion 06-21-2007 10:32

Re: Admin Mark
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by kaloszyfer (Post 492377)
Why?! You don't like it?:mrgreen:

Actually, no :P

But here's the big problem: Doesn't matter which model or team I choose, the helmet is always the same... even for TRs!

Any help?! :o

kaloszyfer 06-21-2007 11:44

Re: Admin Mark
 
hmm, that's weird.. Maybe try enable engine module..

EDIT: And one more thing. Did you edit model? If so, then maybe that's the cause. Try using my model from first post. Model must have 9 submodels (you can check it by using Half-Life Model Viewer)

One shot dont miss! 06-21-2007 12:17

Re: Admin Mark
 
i like this b/c you DL helmets and berets instead of like Admin Model were the whole model is replaced so GJ!

but i think the Helmets could use a little work.... but if i had a server i would use this.

Arion 06-22-2007 11:02

Re: Admin Mark
 
1 Attachment(s)
Quote:

Originally Posted by kaloszyfer (Post 492849)
hmm, that's weird.. Maybe try enable engine module..

EDIT: And one more thing. Did you edit model? If so, then maybe that's the cause. Try using my model from first post. Model must have 9 submodels (you can check it by using Half-Life Model Viewer)

Yep, I modified the model using Half-Life Model Viewer :P


And as soon as I noticed that the helmet doesn't change, I downloaded the model again :P
No results :(



When I got some time, I'll uninstall the plugin and try a clean install.. :up:



Yay! A clean install fixed everything :)

Now I'll change the model again to a darker helmet
:twisted:


Everything's fine now... and people loved my new beret :mrgreen:

Thank you!!

PS: I attached the dark model if people is interested :P
http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e2...admin_mark.jpg


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