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Go to the file menu and select the open option (not open and expand). Navigate to your Halo folder and within that the maps folder. For Mac users with Halo Universal Binary (versions 2.x) you will need to right-click on the Halo app, go to show package contents and navigate to contents, resources, game data and in there should be the maps folder. To access that maps folder you should create an alias of it and put that alias somewhere on the desktop. In general it's always a good idea to make backup copies of your map files. Eschaton when editing maps automatically writes data to the map file. For editing you'll want to use the open option and the map will appear in the maps (read/write only) folder. Open and expand is only used for rebuilding which will be covered later on.
Making MC Run Fast and Jump High
To edit things related to MC you'll want to go into the bipd (biped) tag class and find cyborg_mp which refers to the multiplayer cyborg body. Editing the values and enabling the options as shown below will make it possible for MC to walk on walls, jump higher and die due to falling damage. When entering values, press enter to set the value otherwise it won't be written to the map file. This applies to all editing that has fields for entering data like integers, floats and strings.
The following values in the matg: globals\globals tag which handles game play information are used to make MC run faster.
>Shadow< wrote:Topic stickied. It will remain here so you can continue to edit it whenever you see fit. When you feel done with it, it will be moved to the Demo Tutorials, but will remain stickied since it gives good starting information to new users.
Syperium wrote:Back in my day... we had hex and spark edit.
reesaroo74 wrote:Anyone know if you're able to play on a HaloMD hosted game via a PC version CE or bought Halo 1? I saw an ages old post that said you could, but I haven't be able to use the address and port details from the HaloMD/Lobby to log on to a HaloMD hosted game using either CE or 1 full.
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