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Old 07-23-2008 , 17:47   Re: Entity Remover by Exolent
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You can only delete entities.
So, if the invisible wall is tied to an entity, instead of just a brush, then yes.
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Old 07-23-2008 , 20:14   Re: Entity Remover by Exolent
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can this delete invisible walls on surf maps
Probably not. Walls that are fully invisible uses the 'origin' brush and are not tied to any entity. Though, you can delete any transparent wall (like a window) you may find.

Many mappers tie walls to func_wall for less memory usage in compiler (forgot how that works) so I'm going to test this out tomorrow to see if I could remove huge walls and make holes in the map.
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Old 07-24-2008 , 02:45   Re: Entity Remover by Exolent
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and this save in the mapchange?

if not, u can add this?

good plugin exolent ;D
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Old 07-24-2008 , 02:48   Re: Entity Remover by Exolent
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It saves the entity that was deleted once you delete it.
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Old 07-24-2008 , 07:53   Re: Entity Remover by Exolent
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Wow this is pretty cool X-olent, btw congrats on the Plugin Approver ;)
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Old 07-24-2008 , 08:11   Re: Entity Remover by Exolent
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Wow this is pretty cool X-olent, btw congrats on the Plugin Approver ;)

congrats you too did you just get it? i saw u got pink name
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Old 07-24-2008 , 09:30   Re: Entity Remover by Exolent
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X-olent : Some suggestions.


- What about to add an option to `remove` an entity by rendering it invisible and not solid. So, a deletion could be undone later.

- This : copy(g_ent_class[plr], 63, ""); ; without using a native, you can do : g_ent_class[plr][0] = '^0'; . Same for the 3 others too.

- new message[256]; ; '192' is enough since you erase after.

- Array size. For model/classname, 32 is enough.

- Adding ML ?
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Old 07-24-2008 , 11:55   Re: Entity Remover by Exolent
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I have a question. You say deleting a player causes the server to crash. Have you implemented something to prevent people from targeting users with the entity remover? Just wondering.
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Old 07-24-2008 , 12:29   Re: Entity Remover by Exolent
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Yes, as you can see : "Print(plr, "[ER] You cannot remove a player!");"
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Old 07-24-2008 , 12:51   Re: Entity Remover by Exolent
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Yes, as you can see : "Print(plr, "[ER] You cannot remove a player!");"


Thanks. Didn't have time to look through the code.
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