VERC: Valve Hammer Editor 3.4 Last edited 15 years ago2002-12-11 15:54:00 UTC by Penguinboy Penguinboy

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What's New

Version 3.4 ( download (Link: hammer_v34.exe) )

Features:

The most notable change in this version is the change in name to Valve Hammer Editor. The following changes have also been made:

Fixed:


Version 3.3

Highlights:

The editor has been given a facelift, with a completely rewritten OpenGL renderer for the 3D views. This enables the addition of engine rendering code for previews of such things as sprites and glow effects. Texturing, normally the most time-consuming aspect of mapmaking, has also been streamlined. And, a number of other productivity-enhancing features have taken the most common hitches out of mapmaking.

Features:

Aside from the above highlights, there have been a number of smaller changes as well.
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attached files

hammer_v34.exe (Link: hammer_v34.exe) (2.04MB)
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