Adminn_1 on May 21st 2019
This is a map-making template I made and have used to make many of my maps, consisting entirely of 1WU square walls. All the lines are drawn, and all you need to do is use the paint tool in Weland to fill in the square polygons. This can be a very efficient way to create maps in a sort of block-based Minecraft/Wolfenstein 3D fashion, especially for beginner mappers, and you can find creative ways to work within these bounds at any skill level.
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M2 Default HUD 1.0
Hopper on Feb 22nd 2014
Are you working on a Lua HUD, and want to know how to draw inventory panels or weapons just like the built-in one? This plugin acts just like the hardcoded HUD from M2 and Infinity, so you can see how to duplicate any feature in Lua. It works with third-party scenarios too.
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Dispatcher on Jun 5th 2013
This utility will let you assign floor & ceiling heights without having to first set them up in a level editor!
Its actually a template level which you start out with and you create your own level in it.
The height range is from nearly -32 WU floor to 32 WU ceiling. Its like having height presets for 64 flights of stairs in a starship or building, or a resolution of 512 map elevation contours for your giant outdoor hills, valleys and pools of liquid. Hey, maybe both. There are as many ceiling settings as there are floor settings, so there's room for that underground cave system of yours too!
The included Read Me explains how to first use the presets and later how to delete the preset polygons, if need be.
Notes for version 1.0:
See the description.