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logan53
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Old 12-24-2020 , 08:09   Adding light from bsp edit
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Hi Guys.
Guys how can I lighting the night light models I added from bsp edit?

Sorry for my bad english
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Old 12-25-2020 , 07:40   Re: Adding light from bsp edit
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Hi Guys.
Guys how can I lighting the night light models I added from bsp edit?

Sorry for my bad english
Hi.
Excuse me,
do you mean editing cs 1.6 maps in BSP format?
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Old 12-26-2020 , 01:16   Re: Adding light from bsp edit
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BSPEdit is a Windows application for editing the entity list/configuration for a map (BSP file). This can be edited on the server and all changes will propagate to the clients (because this entity list is always sent to the client).

@OP, I'm not entirely sure what you're talking about but you can add entities to the map using BSPEdit. I've done a lot of editing with this to customize and/or fix maps. However, if the feature you want requires a brush entity, you definitely can't add one and I've never tried to add an entity to a brush.

I would suggest finding an existing map that already does what you want and look at how it does it. Then, you can attempt to implement that in the map you want to modify (I've done this process with success many times).
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