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The [[QC command]] <code>[[$cdmaterials]]</code> defines the folders in which the game will search for the model's [[material]]s, relative to <code><game>/materials/</code>.
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The [[QC command]] '''<code>[[$cdmaterials]]</code>''' defines the folders in which the game will search for the model's [[material]]s (subfolders are ''not'' searched). Each path is relative to <code><game>\materials\</code>.
  
{{note|Subfolders will not be searched.}}
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{{tip|Material filenames are defined by the [[reference mesh]] (<code>[[$body]]</code> / <code>[[$model]]</code>.}}
 
 
{{tip|Filenames are defined by the [[$body]] SMD(s).}}
 
  
 
== Syntax ==
 
== Syntax ==
  
  $cdmaterials <path> <second path> ...
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  $cdmaterials <path> <path 2> [...]
  
 
== Example ==
 
== Example ==
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{{otherlang:en:ru|$cdmaterials:ru}}
 
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Revision as of 14:10, 7 January 2009

The QC command $cdmaterials defines the folders in which the game will search for the model's materials (subfolders are not searched). Each path is relative to <game>\materials\.

Tip:Material filenames are defined by the reference mesh ($body / $model.

Syntax

$cdmaterials <path> <path 2> [...]

Example

$modelname		"weapons/shell.mdl"
$cdmaterials		"models/weapons/"
$body		shell	"shell_ref.smd"
$sequence	idle	"shell_idle.smd"

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