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Launching Hammer

Launch Hammer from the Asset Browser window.
  1. Within Steam under Library then Tools run "Dota 2 Workshop Tools"
  2. Click Create Empty Addon and name it something appropriate. For this example it will be "myaddon"
  3. The new addon will become highlighted and marked as default
  4. Click Launch Dota 2 Workshop Tools
  5. In the Asset Browser window click on the Hammer icon
Note.png Note: Hammer requires Dota 2 to be running. If you close Dota 2 all the associated tools will also shut down.


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