Valve Hammer Editor v3.5
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Description: Valve Hammer Editor v3.5This is the Valve Hammer Editor (formerly known as Worldcraft), version 3.5, for editing of Half-Life and Half-Life mod maps. Included are the Day of Defeat and Half-Life FDG files for models.
added model rendering in the 3D view
added pointfile viewing to the 3D view
modified Half-Life and DoD FGDs to add model viewing support
improved the texture application tool and advanced compile mode dialog UI
separate pitch, yaw, and roll angle compasses added to entity properties
"animate models" toggle in 3d options
adjustable viewdistance for models in 3d options
selectable animation sequences
customizable 3D view background color
more to come
The angle compasses in the entity properties still don't work. They have not been hooked up yet. Note, though, that you can rotate models in the 2D views in the same way that you would rotate a brush model. To easily disable the default 15°, hold down Shift while you rotate an object.
There is an issue that occurs when you load a second map in Hammer. As explained by Matt, the textures aren't being re-generated for opengl (glGenTextures), so the models think they have a texture loaded and call glBindTexture, but get nothing, as the textures arent in there. Just something to be aware of, if you run into the problem.
To make model preview work, you must use the Half-Life FGD (or modify your mod FGD as outlined below) and unpack your PAK file's models folder to Half-Life\valve\models (or the applicable mod folder). You can find PAK file utilities in the Half-Life Utilities page. You must also make sure the Mod and Game Directory settings in your Game Configuration settings (accessible throught Tools -> Options) are set correctly.
The new masked-texture model format is supported. The masked areas of these models will be transparent in the editor.
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