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    Controling shading colors?

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    Post by Dekker Tue Mar 22, 2022 7:36 am

    Hey there I was wondering if anyone here can explain to me maybe how to control the shading behavior
    like controling the strength of it and especially the color of it. Like every couple of levels I get blueish shading or red one and I just wanted all the levels to have the same shading more or less Smile
    thanks in advance Smile
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    Post by stathmk Wed Mar 23, 2022 2:31 pm

    Dekker wrote:Hey there I was wondering if anyone here can explain to me maybe how to control the shading behavior
    like controling the strength of it and especially the color of it. Like every couple of levels I get blueish shading or red one and I just wanted all the levels to have the same shading more or less Smile
    thanks in advance Smile
    Welcome to the forum.  Go to Thomas' post at http://dhw.wolfenstein3d.com/viewtopic.php?t=8636 and click on the link to the shaded soldier's uniform.  Is that what you meant?
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    Post by Dekker Wed Mar 23, 2022 2:50 pm

    stathmk wrote:
    Dekker wrote:Hey there I was wondering if anyone here can explain to me maybe how to control the shading behavior
    like controling the strength of it and especially the color of it. Like every couple of levels I get blueish shading or red one and I just wanted all the levels to have the same shading more or less Smile
    thanks in advance Smile
    Welcome to the forum.  Go to Thomas' post at http://dhw.wolfenstein3d.com/viewtopic.php?t=8636 and click on the link to the shaded soldier's uniform.  Is that what you meant?

    oh no I meant shading colors for the maps in the game Smile
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    Post by stathmk Fri Mar 25, 2022 4:21 am

    Dekker wrote:
    stathmk wrote:
    Dekker wrote:Hey there I was wondering if anyone here can explain to me maybe how to control the shading behavior
    like controling the strength of it and especially the color of it. Like every couple of levels I get blueish shading or red one and I just wanted all the levels to have the same shading more or less Smile
    thanks in advance Smile
    Welcome to the forum.  Go to Thomas' post at http://dhw.wolfenstein3d.com/viewtopic.php?t=8636 and click on the link to the shaded soldier's uniform.  Is that what you meant?

    oh no I meant shading colors for the maps in the game Smile
    Which program are you using for viewing the map layouts?  EDIT:  Please upload a screenshot of the problem.
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    Post by Dekker Sat Mar 26, 2022 6:21 am

    stathmk wrote:
    Dekker wrote:
    stathmk wrote:
    Dekker wrote:Hey there I was wondering if anyone here can explain to me maybe how to control the shading behavior
    like controling the strength of it and especially the color of it. Like every couple of levels I get blueish shading or red one and I just wanted all the levels to have the same shading more or less Smile
    thanks in advance Smile
    Welcome to the forum.  Go to Thomas' post at http://dhw.wolfenstein3d.com/viewtopic.php?t=8636 and click on the link to the shaded soldier's uniform.  Is that what you meant?

    oh no I meant shading colors for the maps in the game Smile
    Which program are you using for viewing the map layouts?  EDIT:  Please upload a screenshot of the problem.

    Im using ChaosEdit but I think I got misunderstood I dont have a problem I just wanted to know how to change the shading colors and im pretty sure it has something to do with the shade.c file 
    Like WSJ had this map in totenkopfSDL where all the map had a green shade 
    Hope thats more clearer now Smile
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    Post by stathmk Sat Mar 26, 2022 7:40 am

    There’s a Castle Totenkopf SDL update thread at http://dhw.wolfenstein3d.com/viewtopic.php?t=8626&start=0 if you want to join Diehard Wolfers at http://dhw.wolfenstein3d.com/ to ask there.  WSJ is back.
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    Post by Nexion Sun Mar 27, 2022 9:29 am

    In case that's a question about the actual code then it's something like this in wl_shade.c
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        {   0,   0,   0, LSHADE_NORMAL },
        {   0,   0,   0, LSHADE_FOG },
        {  40,  40,  40, LSHADE_NORMAL },
        {  60,  60,  60, LSHADE_FOG }
    The 3 numbers are  for Red, Green, Blue. It will push towards the color within the range of the color palette at least. If you want some extreme green you could try 0,  120,  0 or even more up to 255. If it's not the dos version then GetShadeDefID should be responsible for the level order.
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    Post by Dekker Mon Mar 28, 2022 2:07 am

    Thanks for the help/info guys Smile
    I will play with those numbers and see what oddities I'll achieve

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