Author Topic: How to package decals  (Read 171367 times)

i use ms.paint
do i resize in attributes or strech+scew?

Make fun of me all you want but I need an answer. How do I create a 'server.cs' file or whatever.

~WhatevaGuy

i use ms.paint

Whoawhoawhoa

No. Don't do that unless you're a master at using it.

Even so, don't use it to resize things. I suggest paint.net.

i made mine and packaged mine but it just shows up blank heres how i packaged it
Folder:Face_Suprise.zip>suprise.png Folder:thumbs>suprise.png

Make fun of me all you want but I need an answer. How do I create a 'server.cs' file or whatever.

~WhatevaGuy
If you're making faces/decals, don't include a Description.txt or Server.cs file. That just bulks the archive size. If you're making Prints, you have to include those two file I just mentioned.
For the Server.cs in the prints, type:
Code: [Select]
//do nothing - print loading is handled automaticallyAnd then save it as "server.cs" while the selection "All Files" is selected.
For the Description.txt, type:
Code: [Select]
Title: Title Here
Author: Your Name Here
Type something describing the add-on here.
You don't need any special saving with the Description.txt; just save it as a text file.

If you're making faces/decals, don't include a Description.txt or Server.cs file. That just bulks the archive size. If you're making Prints, you have to include those two file I just mentioned.
For the Server.cs in the prints, type:
Code: [Select]
//do nothing - print loading is handled automaticallyAnd then save it as "server.cs" while the selection "All Files" is selected.
For the Description.txt, type:
Code: [Select]
Title: Title Here
Author: Your Name Here
Type something describing the add-on here.
You don't need any special saving with the Description.txt; just save it as a text file.

I use notepad.

You didn't really answer me though.

I didn't meant what to put into the .cs file. I meant how do I create it in the first place?

I can't rightclick|new|cs file, because it isn't there.

But anywhoozle*, thanks for trying

~WhatevaGuy

*Courtesy of Philip DeFranco.

Best thing I can say is to make your decal in Paint.net. Then you can adjust the canvas size to be 512x512, then resize the picture to 64x64 when you finish.
If you were referring to the decal icons being 64x64, I think that they need to be 60x60.

Whoawhoawhoa

No. Don't do that unless you're a master at using it.

Even so, don't use it to resize things. I suggest paint.net.
I tried Downloading that, but it doesn't have an installer.

Wut2Do? :C

EDIT:
Nevermind.
« Last Edit: August 30, 2009, 02:30:05 AM by TheChaosCarrier »

I usually look in the .zip for the application.

Thanks!All I need to do now is re-install blockland because I lost it

im new at making decals on sketchup.
how do i resize images?

what do you use to make a cs
EDIT:nevermind i figured it out
« Last Edit: September 13, 2009, 09:19:22 AM by blockhed thief »

how excactly do you make decals in google sketchup?

« Last Edit: October 06, 2009, 09:14:29 PM by Justin K. »

how do i make pics transparent?