I do Source Mapping but mostly for Portal and Portal 2. I'm the main mapper of Portal: Project-Beta, Blue Portals and I'm also a mapper for Portal: Alive and Kicking. I do mapping for other Source games such as Half-Life 2 also.
Whoops, that happens when I don't come here often. Translations will mostly come right before/right after release. Ask Colossal near release I guess.
Sorry again for not getting back to you sooner, Also It was not clear in what you wanted to translate for. I swore it was for Vectronic when I first looked at it.
Yeah I should re-release this on Github or something so the mod can accommodate for gotcha's like this.
I did not do the music.
I personally forgot, as some songs I don't have anymore. But If you look under the filenames, it does hint what they are/what they were.
I do know that you forgot "I'm so Lucky Lucky" by Lucky Twice(?), and 08 on your list is "Sextasy" by East Clubbers.
Yes, I just need to prepare something else, and I'll post an article before New Years Eve.
You can try rebuilding the cubemaps since it seems to be the problem. You see, now for Portal and other games of it's branch, you have to delete the default cubemap to build your own. I've tried to build them in other modes (ldr only, etc) but I saw no differences because mine were already built for DX95 HDR level 2.
I'd recommend you just put in the console mat_spectacular 0, buildcubemaps, then mat_spectacular 1 in maps you see this issue. I really hate cubemaps in this branch.
Make sure you're running under dx90 with the command -dxlevel 90 or -dxlevel 95. If you are and it's still crashing, I'll take a look at it.
It should, We've played the entire mod a few times with this update and we did not notice anything missing.
Some users been having the issue of BP launching in DX8 mode. To fix this, Right-click Blue Portals in Steam, Properties, then click on "Set Launch Options". In the box, type in -dxlevel 95 and press ok. This is Portal that does this, not Blue Portals.
This should fix most things, including crashes.
Yeah, just mention me in the credits/somewhere and I'm fine with it. Also I recommend you port it to 2013 since the old build was 2013.
It was released only on the workshop. This download has the original 3 maps, and the later released map Forgotten in a DLC like package.
It's still changing. It mostly needs to be like this for gameplay reasons. I hope to at least replace the pistons and other things in the future.
Yep, yep. Expect a long and informative news article soon. I'm working on the draft now.
You need to do this manually. I have not had Desura installed since 2011.
We are not charging anyone a dime.
Definitely gonna try the Linux build and make a HL1 mod just for fun to test it being that all my Goldsrc games are on my Linux machine. Thank you so much not only making an alternative, but also bringing a map development software to the Linux platform. I will definitely keep my eye on this! :)
I say yes to Source Support only because Hammer for Source got so broken over the years.
Thank you, we really appreciate it! Although this mod is now three years old, it's still great when people come across the mod, and enjoy it. :)
We are just working on final touches at this point with the update.
It will be fixed in the next update, which should be any day now...
Thanks. I feel like that mods I've worked on should always work for as long as possible. The reason why it took so long was because I was in question of HOW to do it, and I thought it would be more broken then it actually was.
Also, another mod will be coming out of the graveyard, so keep your eyes out for that also. :)
The update will contain this fix. I figured out the problem was that the engine crashes when you try to kill a soundscape entity.
2007 can build the cubemaps properly. Without models, some materials, the reflections will build abnormally, and when you port the bsp back into Portal, you will see missing models and purple and black textures in some reflections.
Awesome, awesome, awesome. Looking forward to the next build release.
The mod is on the 2013 branch now. Van will take care of Linux compatibility. Thanks.
This is a Portal Content mod so, you need Portal installed.
Thanks again. Punt will have it's own atmosphere no matter what it will look like. Still want to keep a Science Fiction-kind of space theme, but I dunno about retro-futurism. If I can't do it, I'll make sure I'll be able to do it later. Right now, the mod being fun in the first place is the primary goal. :)
Thanks. Yeah, the mod is taking longer then I actually expected. I saw my self almost done at this point, not redoing the entire game mechanic. Really glad to see people still tagging along.
Mod uses custom DLLs. But Van said something about getting source mods to work at one point.
Congrats on another release! I wish you the best and I was glad I could help out a bit. :)