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DOTP13 deck image template

Postby Emashzed » 08 Jul 2012, 16:45

Just made myself a picture template for DOTP13 decks.
Thought it could be useful to someone else :)
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Re: DOTP13 deck image template

Postby RiiakShiNal » 08 Jul 2012, 16:58

Ohh... I like your shading layer, I'll have to add that to my template (I prefer the art mask in mine as it makes cropping the pictures easy).
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Re: DOTP13 deck image template

Postby alexandreonly » 02 Aug 2012, 23:41

And how to add the preview card?
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Re: DOTP13 deck image template

Postby thefiremind » 03 Aug 2012, 08:28

alexandreonly wrote:And how to add the preview card?
viewtopic.php?f=102&t=7571#p94128

EDIT: I added a little utility that saves me a couple of minutes when making preview cards for all languages. It's a batch file that makes a copy of the English preview card for each language, customizable to skip the used foreign language (for which I make a localised preview instead of copying the English one).
Steps:
  • Open the batch file with Notepad and be sure that "rem" is written in front of the line regarding your language (in my example it's in front of the Italian, delete it from there if you need to write it elsewhere) or don't write "rem" on any line if you are English.
  • Copy the English preview card (together with your localised preview card, if you have one) into the ART_ASSETS\TEXTURES\DECKS directory of your WAD, and give it a regular name (EN_SOMETHING.TDX).
  • Copy the batch file inside the same directory.
  • Run the batch file inside the same directory. You'll see the copies appearing.
  • Delete the batch file from the directory.
  • Done! :D
I know, nothing special, but it's always faster than having to manually make copies of the TDX file and rename each copy. :wink:
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