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[Solved] Copying Variables

Discussion in 'World Editor Help Zone' started by Kaylax87, Feb 14, 2012.

  1. Kaylax87

    Kaylax87

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    How to I copy all Variables, Name Variable Type and Initial Value from one map to another map without have to write all of the information down by papper?
     
  2. Hashjie

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    You could create a trigger that sets all the variables inside the map you want to copy the variables from.

    Then go to File -> Preferences
    And check the checkbox that says:
    Automatically create unknown variables when pasting trigger data

    Then simply copy and paste the trigger and the variables should be created.
    Afterwards simply remove the trigger and you'll have all the variables coppyed to your variable editor.
     
  3. Kaylax87

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    thanks just figured it out