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This is the tutorial that shows you how to properly add a sourcemod to your Source Sdk. This is a step-by-step tutorial, DONT RUSH YOURSELF!

Posted by ModsFreeAreForTV on Oct 24th, 2011
Basic Mapping/Technical.

1. Open Source SDK

2. Press Add Game Configuration

3. Browse the Directory

4. Goto C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\sourcemods\*enter sourcemod here*

5. Now press select then add it.

6. Restart Source SDK

7. Open hammer

8. Goto the Tools tab then click options

9. Delete the thing that says base.fdg at the end then click add

10. Go into your sourcemod folder and find bg2.fdg (or w/e your sourcemod is) then click add

11. Your done!

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KirbyPyro
KirbyPyro Apr 16 2012, 10:23am says:

You forgot before step two to press 'Edit Game Configuration' then to click on add ;)

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