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Hello there. Im trying to make custom map, all good i see it in noggit and can edit it. When i type - .lo map <name> and is here buuut there is my problem - since is custom map (instance) i can teleport via go xyz command. Any idea how to enter ?
142 downloadsThis is not a lore accurate version of the South Seas, just my interpretation of them based on what I've heard/read. Feel free to download and check them out, but if you want to use them in a published project get my permission first. This patch also includes Tilesets from Cata -> MoP. This patch also adds a port in Durotar where Bladefist Bay is in Cata+, and adds a remake of Ironforge Airport with a road up the mountain to access it. Credit to MTL Media - I used elements of his assets patch for the gilnean and kul tiran buildings. Check out his youtube channel @ https://www.youtube.com/user/MTLMediaOnline Couple things to note: * Includes custom Areas + AreaTable.dbc * Not totally finished * Some missing textures * Replaces the Emerald Dream map * Includes a custom Skybox
CUSTOM MAP TUTORIAL Create a project folder where you store all your custom work, including the folders used in your custom patch-x.mpq (DBFilesClient & Interface etc) Copy your "Data" folder from your wow client folder to your newly created project folder. Copy your "World" folder (custom maps) to your newly created project folder. Make sure that your custom patch-x.mpq is in the "Data" folder you just copied to your project folder. Open Noggit (I use Noggit version 3.2771) and go to your "Settings" Check the first options "Game Path" and "Project Path" and link both these to your project folder Hit "Save" and restart Noggit. Finito! You should now have your custom map visible in your Noggit! SCREENSHOTS (IN DEPTH) 1 I have named my project folder "Work" 2 This is what's inside my work folder. It's optional to use "Data" folder, but it's much more convenient if Noggit uses it's own "Data" folder instead of your wow client folder that you play on. Just make sure that whenever you have made a new patch-x.mpq for your custom map, include it in your work folder as well in "data. 4 Open Noggit and navigate to the settings page 5 "Game Path" and "Project Path" should be directed to (in my case): D:\Work If you choose not to copy your "Data" folder to your project folder, select your wow client folder in "Game Path" ALL DONE! You should now be able to see your custom map in Noggit once you have restarted it.