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skyjake [MAPINFO lumps]
modding:overview_of_resources_doomsday_1.x [2019-12-31 15:30] (current)
skyjake [Textures and flats]
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 (B) = TGAs must be type 2 (uncompressed,​ unmapped RGB)  (B) = TGAs must be type 2 (uncompressed,​ unmapped RGB) 
  
-<blockquote>**Note:​** ​32-bit images are just 24-bit images with an additional 8 bits per pixel for the alpha channel.</​blockquote+<note>32-bit images are just 24-bit images with an additional 8 bits per pixel for the alpha channel.</​note
  
 The recommended format for high-resolution textures is paletted PNG. It is the easiest format in which to distribute the textures due to its small size. Since the palette doesn'​t have to be the same as the game'​s,​ it should be enough for many textures. ​ The recommended format for high-resolution textures is paletted PNG. It is the easiest format in which to distribute the textures due to its small size. Since the palette doesn'​t have to be the same as the game'​s,​ it should be enough for many textures. ​
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-<blockquote>**Note:​** ​The file names of the high-resolution textures must match the //texture// names, not the names of the patches that make up the textures. For example: DOOR2_5 is a patch name, DOOR3 is the texture that uses DOOR2_5.</​blockquote+<note>The file names of the high-resolution textures must match the //texture// names, not the names of the patches that make up the textures. For example: DOOR2_5 is a patch name, DOOR3 is the texture that uses DOOR2_5.</​note
  
 To disable high-resolution textures use the command line option ''​[[-nohightex]]''​. The option ''​[[-texdir]]''​ can be used to change the directory from which the textures are searched. ​ To disable high-resolution textures use the command line option ''​[[-nohightex]]''​. The option ''​[[-texdir]]''​ can be used to change the directory from which the textures are searched. ​
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