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If you mean the red builder brush...[UU] wrote:For example, a 1000 cube makes a small rectangle(it's not even a cube, it's always a rectangle). Also aplies to the different 'shapes'(cylinder, sheet, cone...), but only affects size... This is the second time it's happening and I don't know what to do.
Hellkeeper wrote:Reset the brush (right click => Reset => All before creating the new one with the 2D Shape editor and it should go back to normal.
-Right click on the brush
-select Brush Properties
-make sure "Main Scale" and "Post Scale" are all set to 1.0. If they aren't then set them to that value and never change this.
Don't scale brushes with this method, either as created ones or as potential ones. The engine has problems with calculating scale properly if things aren't at a 1. It does weird stuff. If your map already has brushes created with a scaled builder or has scaled brushes in it then be aware there are potential problems with BSP, zones, collision, HOM's.
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An obvious size of scale being messed up. Reset the brush's scale.[UU] wrote:(it's not even a cube, it's always a rectangle).
This is advisable before making any new brush. In fact, messing with the scale of a brush is tedious and creates a log of problems down the line as you accumulate scaler and rotation modifiers on brushes. My advice is to try to make brushes which already have roughly the right size and make fine adjustments with the vertex-editing tool.