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.Trg Importing Problems
Feb 7 2012, 1:32 am
By: Commando950  

Feb 7 2012, 1:32 am Commando950 Post #1

Hey I gonna need some help.I use SCMDRAFT (Best editor in my opinion :D ). I want to know how can I import a .trg file into scmdraft so I can add some cool stuff in my map!!!

Question to answer:How can I import a .trg file to scmdraft?

Should be fairly simple!

Hope someone can help!!!

Post has been edited 1 time(s), last time on Feb 7 2012, 1:43 am by Commando950.


Feb 7 2012, 1:39 am Lanthanide Post #2

AFAIK you can't. .trgs are used by staredit and possibly Starforge.

I expect you'll probably get severity for this topic name and poll.


Feb 7 2012, 1:47 am Commando950 Post #3

I guess that was harsh?Getting rid of that.Someone pointed me to forum rules.It blew my mind. :unsure:


Feb 7 2012, 1:56 am jjf28 Post #4

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Something you could try if SCMDraft has no way to directly open them...

import the triggers into a map in starforge, save the map, open the map with scmdraft, go into trigger editor (not classic mission triggers), copy the triggers, open your target map, paste them, save up

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Feb 7 2012, 2:20 am Roy Post #5

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You can also import/export with Xtra Editor, if that's a viable option.

Feb 7 2012, 3:01 am rockz Post #6

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Unless I'm very much mistaken, you should also be able to copy the *.trg data (minus the CUWP and Strings) directly into the other chk.

If for some godawful reason you're using something so advanced it's crashing both starforge and xtra.

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Feb 7 2012, 9:34 pm Commando950 Post #7

Thanks for the help!!!Probably be able to import it in one of the ways that was said. :D


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