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[Help] Water level
#1
I understand that the water level is set on planets. E.g. everything below a certain height is "under water" (such as it is in SWG).

Where is the water level for a planet determined? Part of the terrain file, somewhere else, etc?
 
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#2
Main DATA chunk in the .TRN.

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#3
Perfect, thank you.

Time to make Mon Calamari. Big Grin
 
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#4
Note that this is only the global water level, there may be zero or more other local water tables as well or instead of the global one.
 
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#5
Example of what Sytner said. Local water table used on tatooine for a certain BPOL (Boundary Polygon)

Notice on side

UseLocalWaterTable = 1 (sets it so that the Boundary Polygon uses the local water table that you set in the next float.)
LocalWaterTableHeight = 0 (sets it so water in this BPOL starts at 0 height and goes down. Terrain is most likely a crater around it.)

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#6
(2015-05-30, 11:25 PM)Phoenix Wrote: Example of what Sytner said...

Nice particle template Heart
 
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#7
Haha yea Sytner. I haven't taken time to re-write it Tongue
 
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