Witch Way Doors

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FishyUberMuffin

War Paints Everywhere
Apr 26, 2015
977
Witch way do i make the doors go to make them open? I tried down but that only move them down.
 

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MaccyF

Notoriously Unreliable
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Mar 27, 2015
917
which way would you like them to move? If you give us a bit more information it'll be easier for us to help :)

you can use this little drag circle to set the direction (imagine its a top down view), but you'll want to set it to a perfect angle with the x y z co-ordinate box just above

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FishyUberMuffin

War Paints Everywhere
Apr 26, 2015
977
which way would you like them to move? If you give us a bit more information it'll be easier for us to help :)
I want the door to move into the building next to the door.
 

red3pit

High on melancholy
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Dec 3, 2016
262
Before clicking into the thread, I was trying to imagine what do withches do about doors in tf2...
 

FishyUberMuffin

War Paints Everywhere
Apr 26, 2015
977
Before clicking into the thread, I was trying to imagine what do withches do about doors in tf2...
Sorry I can't spell good. English is my second language.
 

FishyUberMuffin

War Paints Everywhere
Apr 26, 2015
977
don't worry about it, we knew what you meant, though for future reference the spelling you want here is "which" :)

did you get the problem solved?
I don't know yet. I am testing other people maps on maps.tf sever
 

FishyUberMuffin

War Paints Everywhere
Apr 26, 2015
977
It worked
 

Empyre

L6: Sharp Member
Feb 8, 2011
309
Before clicking into the thread, I was trying to imagine what do withches do about doors in tf2...
I like the irony of you teasing him about his spelling while including a misspelling of your own. Withches?
 

Pocket

Naylte ven, naylte yen.
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Nov 14, 2009
4,652
It's the Internet curse. The most careful typist in the world is guaranteed to make a typo when teasing someone else about a spelling or grammar error.