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  • The Sector C Test Labs & Control Facilities is the primary base for the anti-mass spectromete The architecture of the [[Sector C Test Labs & Control Facilities]] are very similar to the that of the remaining [
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  • #REDIRECT [[Sector C Test Labs & Control Facilities]]
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  • ...the '''test chamber doors''' seen throughout the [[Portal]] test chambers. Test chamber doors are often used to gate the player until they have completed a Image:Test door frame1.png|The starting brush
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  • |ru=Test Door (Portal 2):ru A '''Test Chamber Door''' corresponds to the double round doors found in the regular
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  • |ru=Test Sign:ru The Test Chamber Sign is a tool used in Portal 2 to tell the player what elements wi
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  • |en=Test Sign [[File:Test sign.png|200px|thumb|right]]
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  • |ru=Test Door (Portal 2):ru ...porte de test''' correspond à une porte ronde trouvée dans les salles de test. Un des côtés affiche le symbole de ''sortie'' .
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  • The '''SteamVR Performance Test''' measures your system's rendering power using a 2-minute sequence from Va ...]] game engine and has assets imported from [[Source]]'s [[Portal 2]]. The test currently only runs on [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_Windows Mic
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  • This is just a TEST page, it serves no purpose other than to test to see if what you want works.
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  • ** Contains only the hardware stress test included in Lost Coast.
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  • == Generic and Test ==
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  • ...the inputs (2 and 4). If you make extensive use of these modes, you should test your scripts with all applicable rendering modes (by supplying the appropri
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  • ...rea to be compiled to a smaller area in order to either save compile time, test areas individually without interference from their surroundings, or to find Using the cordon tool allows the developer to compile only one room, or test lighting in a particular area, without having to compile the entire map. Ex
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  • This function allows you to create a Cordon in order to test compile a smaller section of the map. See [[Hammer Cordon Usage|Cordon Usag This option allows you to test a model's '''Start Fade Distance''' and '''End Fade Distance''' by using re
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  • ...orrectly applied. Compile and run your map (with VVIS and VRAD enabled) to test it.
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  • Once the cubemaps for one map are built you must restart the game to test them. Sometimes you must restart the game to build cubemaps on a second map
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  • If you want to compile and test your new trigger, make sure you have all the basics (player start, lighting
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  • To test a background map, launch the game without loading the map directly. After t Once you've made your changes to <code>chapterbackgrounds.txt</code>, you can test your background map using the <code>sv_unlockchapters</code> console variab
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  • === Test the new code ===
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  • ...[[text editor]] (such as Notepad) for this function to work correctly. To test this, double-click a .VMT file in an Explorer window and make sure it opens
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  • ...traightForwardRecord("The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.", "c:\\test")
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  • ; People on the Internet join the game while you're trying to test it
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  • ...texture|A "sludge layer", used in {{portal2}} for the sludge and debris in test chambers. The alpha channel of the <code>$basetexture</code> acts as a mask
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  • ...for the animation set might be. This is also a relatively painless way to test out ideas with your team without spending the time required to build, textu ...st always need tuning after you've enveloped your mesh to the skeleton and test a few poses.
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  • ...t’s working as needed, and is efficient. It also helps to export a quick test animation to verify that the character deforms correctly in HLMV. * View your test animation, and verify that it looks correct with respect to your XSI scene.
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  • === 11) Compile the code and test=== ...entity can also be scaled up and down via entity I/O on the server. In our test map, we use this to control the size via a button. This should provide a si
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  • *Test your map! When it loads the <code>env_explosion</code> will break the glass
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  • ...eleton is included with the SDK to demonstrate the use of MotionMapper. To test it:
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  • ...some explanation. It defines the type of shape that our entity will use to test for collisions with other objects in the world. Using the model itself woul :Uses a model's embedded [[collision model]] to test accurate physics collisions.
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