As usual logging is the key... ;o) Assuming you are using Windows - have you had a look at the Event Viewer for some helpful information? If there cannot be found anything: have you installed UT outside of %ProgramFiles% or %ProgramFiles(x86)%? AFAIR the newer versions of Windows have a kind of virtualisation if programs try to write there. Also playing around with the Compability Mode may help.UTNerd24 wrote:This is a fresh installation.
Dr.Flay wrote:Ah, your problem is that UEd does not like the space in the folder name.
Standard install is /UnrealTournament/
Steam is /Unreal Tournament/
I recommend you install a second version for editing, so you can add everything you like to the game install without conflicts.
Yes there is an unofficial Unreal Editor 2.1: Extended Standalone Edition, compiled by a user at the HoF forum
UnrealEditorv21Setup.exe (291MB) http://ut-files.com/index.php?dir=UEditor_Developing/
UTNerd24 wrote:To be honest, I only used the Editor to read the direct names of files/pawns/pickups for use in the Summon Command. EG: Swwmplatinum_xtra2.xsummonaod
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