FullBright Last edited 14 years ago2008-06-11 08:13:27 UTC

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If your map has an error like a LEAK LEAK LEAK, or it has no lights, or RAD does not run compile, then the map will be fully lit up when you test in the mod game usually, without any shade or shadows. This is fullbright mode, which usually lags badly, and is a sign something needs to be fixed.

In earlier versions of Worldcraft, the map will not default to FullBright if the problem is "No light entities. You will end up in a dark room. Using ZHLT compiling tools, defaults to full bright when there are no light entities, and this can be confusing at times, because it was an indication of no light entities, but can also be that the RAD compile did not run or there is a LEAK. If you are using ZHLT, the compile text will tell you which problem you have.


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