Difference between revisions of "Talk:$lightwarptexture"

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:It does not, and it cannot.--[[User:MrFourVideoCards|MrFourVideoCards]] 02:30, 24 January 2011 (UTC)
 
:It does not, and it cannot.--[[User:MrFourVideoCards|MrFourVideoCards]] 02:30, 24 January 2011 (UTC)
  
Does this override color correction? Like, say, you give an entire map really dull color correction, could you appliy $lightwarptexture to an object to brighten it and make it stick out?
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Does this override color correction? Like, say, you give an entire map really dull color correction, could you appliy $lightwarptexture to an object to brighten it and make it stick out? {{Unsigned|MisFit4Me}}
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:No, $lightwarptexture is used when the geometry is being rendered while color correction is a post process. --[[User:Biohazard 90|Biohazard]] 12:32, 20 May 2011 (UTC)

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How does env_projectedtexture influence this? If it doesn't could it be coded?

It does not, and it cannot.--MrFourVideoCards 02:30, 24 January 2011 (UTC)

Does this override color correction? Like, say, you give an entire map really dull color correction, could you appliy $lightwarptexture to an object to brighten it and make it stick out? Unsigned comment added by MisFit4Me (talkcontribs). Please use four tildes (~~~~) to sign your username.

No, $lightwarptexture is used when the geometry is being rendered while color correction is a post process. --Biohazard 12:32, 20 May 2011 (UTC)