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I was trying out this tutorial and I also had the issue with "apply it to one face". I didn't modify any of the tutorial's content, just thought I'd add a link to "Hammer Face Edit Dialog" which explains how to apply textures to only one face. --[[User:Reindeer|Reindeer]] 20:38, 13 Dec 2006 (PST)
 
I was trying out this tutorial and I also had the issue with "apply it to one face". I didn't modify any of the tutorial's content, just thought I'd add a link to "Hammer Face Edit Dialog" which explains how to apply textures to only one face. --[[User:Reindeer|Reindeer]] 20:38, 13 Dec 2006 (PST)
  
The entire note is extraneous, you don't have to deselect with brush entities or fiddle at all with the displacement tab, so I changed it.
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The entire note is extraneous, you don't have to deselect with brush entities or fiddle at all with the displacement tab, so I changed it.-[[User:Mrhappy|Mrhappy]] 00:25, 14 Mar 2007 (PDT)

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The toolbar with toEntity can not be assumed as of position...it is movable -ts2do

How the hell do you texture ONE SIDE of a brush? Needs a bit more added to the tutorial - Jamesmaul

Maby you can get a vmf of a working brakeable glass?

Addition of "See Also"

I was trying out this tutorial and I also had the issue with "apply it to one face". I didn't modify any of the tutorial's content, just thought I'd add a link to "Hammer Face Edit Dialog" which explains how to apply textures to only one face. --Reindeer 20:38, 13 Dec 2006 (PST)

The note

The entire note is extraneous, you don't have to deselect with brush entities or fiddle at all with the displacement tab, so I changed it.-Mrhappy 00:25, 14 Mar 2007 (PDT)