Unable change size of overlays

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  1. K@jooOˆ

    K@jooOˆ L1: Registered

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    After reinstalling windows (And everything with it), im unable to change size of overlays. For an example when I put patch overlay under pickups and try to make it smaller, it freaks out and 2/3 of the patch disappear. This never happened to my so I dont know how to fix it.
     

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  2. RevolutionTeam

    RevolutionTeam L4: Comfortable Member

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    Did you place the overlay on ONE surface?

    An overlay cannot be on multiple brushes at once.
     
  3. K@jooOˆ

    K@jooOˆ L1: Registered

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    Yes its on the same brush
     
  4. RevolutionTeam

    RevolutionTeam L4: Comfortable Member

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    Huh.
     
  5. K@jooOˆ

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    If I try to make it larger, the size stays the same
     

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  6. henke37

    aa henke37

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    Overlays can be on multiple brushes at once. But you may have to manually set them in hammer.
     
  7. K@jooOˆ

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    All of the overlays are on the same brush, that is not the problem, the problem is with resizing
     
  8. Crash

    aa Crash func_nerd

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    Turn texture lock on. :texlock:
     
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  9. K@jooOˆ

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    Fixed, Thanks!
     
  10. Narpas

    aa Narpas Takes way to long to make and update maps

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    You can also change the size by changing the "U Start", "U End", "V Start", and "V End" keyvalues of the overlay (0 and 1 are the default that you'd want, but if you want an overlay to start or end somewhere other than usual, including repeating, you can mess with those), but I'd usually just go with the texture lock solution