Difference between revisions of "Object Window/Create Copy"

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*You can check the icon and model by double-clicking the base object</li>
 
*You can check the icon and model by double-clicking the base object</li>
 
<li>"Change" the EditorID of the base object
 
<li>"Change" the EditorID of the base object
*Slowly double-click the EditorID of the base object, give it a new EditorID and press '''Enter'''
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*Click the EditorID of the base object once to hightlight it, and then again to change it, then give it a new EditorID and press '''Enter'''
 
*You can also change it in the Edit menu
 
*You can also change it in the Edit menu
 
*#Right-click on it and select edit or double-click it
 
*#Right-click on it and select edit or double-click it
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No will rename this object</pre>
 
No will rename this object</pre>
 
*Select "Yes"</li>
 
*Select "Yes"</li>
<li>If necessary, make any further changes to the new base object through the Edit Menu
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<li>If necessary, make any further changes to the new base object through the Edit Menu</li>
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Latest revision as of 12:47, 10 January 2009

Changing the EditorID will allow you to copy a base object

  1. Select the base object with the icon and model you would like your new base object to have
    • You can check the icon and model by double-clicking the base object
  2. "Change" the EditorID of the base object
    • Click the EditorID of the base object once to hightlight it, and then again to change it, then give it a new EditorID and press Enter
    • You can also change it in the Edit menu
      1. Right-click on it and select edit or double-click it
      2. Once in the edit menu, change the EditorID and press OK
  3. You should see the dialogue
    Create a new object?
    No will rename this object
    • Select "Yes"
  4. If necessary, make any further changes to the new base object through the Edit Menu
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