Assuming it's not MyLevel.MyLevel...darksonny wrote:I saw some interesting maps buy with the silly MyLevel.utx packaged into the map
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Red_Fist wrote:I would export every texture, then import to make a new texture file not named mylevel and rename the textures..
Then go through the map either by selecting same texture, go to you new file and click on it to change it to the new same texture.
At the botton in the editor also type "texture cull"
exit the editor
Then check what textures are still from the old file.
There is also a texture replace thing, but you still need to make a new texture file to pick from.
Also if there is some custom deco that uses a texture you need to delete the deco or MyLevel will still always be needed.it
Barbie wrote:If you are new to UnrealEd this can be a challenging task. If you want to learn the editor, it is ok. Otherwise I'd provide a download link and ask if someone can do that. For an experienced mapper it is just a finger exercise.
Open the Texture Browser, select a Texture and choose "File > Export...". If you import a Texture via "File > Import...", either choose a new, unique package name. Or import it into your earlier created package. (Never change existing packages!) After you have imported all textures, chose "File > Save".darksonny wrote:How could do this two things? I mean exporting and importing them
According to this page there are only a few maps using a file with such a name and only one DM map. (Why are they not linked? Put it on the todo list, Shrimp )darksonny wrote:most of them with mylevel.utx file included in it are in unrealarchive.org
Just try it. ^^ Of course the filename length should stay the same.darksonny wrote:What if I try to edit the unr map by using a hex editor and replacing the utx filename by replacing with an unique texture name to the utx file and then rename the utx file itself? Could this way work?
So the spoiled archives have found the way to the new database UnrealArchive... Too bad, this would had been the chance to create a clean and usable file database.
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