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Most simple way to build an extra ladder (without recompile)


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CosmicD
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Old 11-30-2022 , 05:57   Most simple way to build an extra ladder (without recompile)
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Hello,

There's a most annoying location where I want to build a ladder that survivors can climb onto. Right now there's a pipe with an infected-only ladder.

Is it possible to turn this ladder brush (not the model) into a regular ladder everyone can climb on without having to recompile the map ?
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Marttt
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Old 11-30-2022 , 06:48   Re: Most simple way to build an extra ladder (without recompile)
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Usually you use stripper to change a func_simpleladder to everyone

Something like

PHP Code:
modify:
{
    
match:
    {
        
"classname" "func_simpleladder"
    
}
    
replace:
    {
        
"team" "0"
    
}

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finishlast
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Old 11-30-2022 , 12:48   Re: Most simple way to build an extra ladder (without recompile)
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Martts example would alter all ladders, you might want to do that on the specific one.

If you need info about the existing ladder you can use stripper dump or the info function of this plugin for ladder creation.

If you want to create your own ladders you can use this:
https://forums.alliedmods.net/showthread.php?t=339877
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