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MDX Scaler

Submitted by Retera
This bundle is marked as pending. It has not been reviewed by a staff member yet.
This is a simple hack of the Disarm program to allow you to easily open models and change their size. It's a lot like Oinkerwinkle's Geoset Translator in that regard.

Most of the buttons are still from Disarm and actually don't work, its main feature is to just be a deployable piece of software I can give people to scale an entire model at once in an easy fashion.

Lemme know if it has bugs, I seem to recall either Ribbons or Cameras weren't scaling correctly, but I might have fixed it.
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MDX Scale (Binary)

  1. Hazop

    Hazop

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    ooo will it work with attachments?
     
  2. 'Ran'

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    cool
     
  3. Clanzion

    Clanzion

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    Great tool, saved me a lot of time doing it manually.
     
  4. MrRious

    MrRious

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    Very useful.
     
  5. Razorclaw_X

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    Made some pretty good use of this myself. There's no standardized scaling in the modding community so sometimes things are just too big naturally (fixing it in WorldEdit doesn't cut it a lot of the time because it also scales whatever buff is on them, too).

    One thing I should note is when it's asking for scale, '1' is actually 100% scale, where '0.5' is 50% decrease and '2' is 200% increase. Although putting in 200 as a value is amusing in of itself.
     
  6. Fany

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    Looks good i can see some fun stuff with it.