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Old 01-24-2004, 04:35 PM   #1
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What's the deal with fog?

I'd search for an old post on this subject but the *@#!!*% search engine won't allow three letter words, and unfortunately 'fog' is a three letter word.

Anyways, the only kind of fog that seems to work for me is 'yavin_swamp'. I've tried almost all the others. Here's what I've been doing: I make a brush out of non-solid caulk and put the fog on the top and bottom. I then make it into a detail brush. Am I doing something wrong or do all the other fog-types only work in single-player? (my map is multiplayer)

Also, is there a way to alter the fog's color? Yavin_swamp would work just fine for me if I could just change the color.
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Old 06-18-2004, 11:21 PM   #2
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yea i wondered also, my last attempt with fog, i found a shader that completely was invisible but if put on a wall it made the wall one side see through and the other side solid lmao, talk about supprize attacks :-p


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