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Known Issues

Here is a collection of known issues with Wall Worm, 3ds Max and/or the Source Game Engine.

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Incorrect Rotation on World Geometry

Fixed in WWMT 1.867
Posted on Sep 27, 2012 | Last Updated Oct 18, 2012

In earlier versions of the VMF exporter, non-rectangular faces on geometry produce inaccurate texture rotations.

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Some PSDs can crash VTEX

PSD files created with Viewport Canvas must be converted
Posted on Jun 16, 2012 | Last Updated Jun 16, 2012

PSD files created with Viewport Canvas can sometimes crash VTEX.

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Brush Materials have incorrect rotation and scale when using the DirectX Shader

Posted on Apr 10, 2012 | Last Updated Apr 10, 2012

The Wall Worm Material Library Generator originally created DirectX Materials for all materials. But updates to the VMF Exporter changed the way materials are interpretted. Whenever possible, you should not use DirectX Materials.

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material, bug, directx shader, rotation, scale

Unexpected Model Orientation in VMF Exporter

Fixed in WWMT 1.772
Posted on Mar 31, 2012 | Last Updated Mar 31, 2012

The orientation of models in the QC Generator has been flipped on the Z-axis and the VMF Exporter is also rotated to accomodate this result. You may need to recompile models compiled before the 1.772 update.

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Bad Texture Alignment on Brush Geometry and Displacements

Fixed in VMF Exporter 1.21 (WWMT 1.768)
Posted on Feb 13, 2012 | Last Updated Mar 29, 2012

The current VMF Exporter does not yet export the correct texture alignment, rotation and scaling on brush geometry and displacements.

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Nothing Happens When You Hit Export

Posted on Feb 13, 2012 | Last Updated Feb 13, 2012

Model does not compile when you hit export. Here are some solutions.

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Grouped Geometry is Not Supported

Posted on Feb 12, 2012 | Last Updated Jul 30, 2014

When exporting grouped models to SMD, the SMD exporter will fail to export your model correctly.

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