Texture Help.

Texture Help.

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2008 Jan 22 • 86
Ok... So I am trying to make different things like a window and some water, but its like i cant have two textures on eachother because it looks bad. the reason for this is that i can see both textures, for example: the window is ON the wall, so you see some glass texture and some brick texture.

Extra: When i make my water and place a grenade on it with the intention of the grenade being IN the water, it floats on top of the water and the water it just like the ground, I walk on and dont swim on it.
(the water is 1 square thick)

2008 Jan 26 at 12:27 PST
eDan Co.
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2007 Sep 24 • 2921
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You need to turn you water into func_water. A brush's properties are not affected by the texture on it. About the glass bit, you need to leave a hole in the wall and put a func_breakable where you want the glass.
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2008 Jan 26 at 13:00 PST

2005 Mar 20 • 6507
Actually if you put a liquid texture on a regular brush, it will act like water automatically. Or you can use func_water (more options that way).

Liquid textures start with a !.
2008 Jan 27 at 14:38 PST — Ed. 2008 Jan 27 at 14:38 PST
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