Official TerraTech Mod Support

hatamoto

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The TerraTech Modding Resources does not contain RR texture templates, can I request them?
 
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Zonko

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Help!
So, i've worked my way through this.
had all my textures from the old school texture system.
Got set up, got it all going in Unity, but when it comes to export, the export button is grteyted out, as is the one that let's me select the local game folder.

the green tick is there saying '1/1 assets verified and ready to export'
Also 'you have not edited the mod preview icon that will appear on the workshop'
so i cannot export locally for testing or to steam.
Any advice?
 

sharmoni

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post your preview.png file—it should be a custom file you create, not one that is generated

for example:
preview.png
 

Zonko

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How? the prog generates a standard preview.
How do i do what it is that you want?
 

sharmoni

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I use Photoshop, but Gimp or any other image processing software will work. You just need create your own custom icon png file, name it "preview.png", and replace the one generated by Unity in the root folder of your mod.

Note that this is a global icon for your mod, not one of the icons that is generated for a custom block or skin.

When I make mine I just take a screen capture of the preview window in Unity and paste it on top of a matching-color background, then drop a logo on top of that. The logo is optional, I just like to make it look more official.
 
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Zonko

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Tha
I use Photoshop, but Gimp or any other image processing software will work. You just need create your own custom icon png file, name it "preview.png", and replace the one generated by Unity in the root folder of your mod.

Note that this is a global icon for your mod, not one of the icons that is generated for a custom block or skin.

When I make mine I just take a screen capture of the preview window in Unity and paste it on top of a matching-color background, then drop a logo on top of that. The logo is optional, I just like to make it look more official.
Thanks, i'll give it a try.