Increasing Scene/Map size gone wrong.

Crazyy

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So to explain what happened, I am working on a commander battles map replacing french farm storm, yes I know I could of used custom maps but I didn't this time, and the idea I came up with was to increase the size of the map using the scene code generator online, whilst it seemingly made it a very big map, I can only save the modifications to half of the maps terrain, across this half way line any texture or terrain modifications aren't saved upon exiting, however I can still add objects to it. So obviously I've done something wrong, I'm certainly no expert with the editor (I know the basics) and the codes in scenes.txt, but I was wondering if anyone has done this before and if it can be fixed. I can provide more information if needed.
 

tired

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Crazyy said:
So to explain what happened, I am working on a commander battles map replacing french farm storm, yes I know I could of used custom maps but I didn't this time, and the idea I came up with was to increase the size of the map using the scene code generator online, whilst it seemingly made it a very big map, I can only save the modifications to half of the maps terrain, across this half way line any texture or terrain modifications aren't saved upon exiting, however I can still add objects to it. So obviously I've done something wrong, I'm certainly no expert with the editor (I know the basics) and the codes in scenes.txt, but I was wondering if anyone has done this before and if it can be fixed. I can provide more information if needed.
There's errors when you change a scene code after the fact on a map once you save it. So it would be rare once you start a map that you can change the scene code afterwards without errors. You basically have to start from scratch.
 

Marko͘

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You should have deleted the .sco file after you generated a new scene terrain code it. Right now the only thing you can do is delete the .sco and once you start up the scene again, it'll generate a fresh blank scene from the correct terrain code.
 

Crazyy

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Yep, deleting the old .sco file and starting up the map anew with the scene code seems to have worked, thanks for the help. I would have been stuck for ages on something as simple as that.