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jbeam question

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting: Bugs, Questions and Support' started by DIESEL PESMA, Dec 23, 2017.

  1. DIESEL PESMA

    DIESEL PESMA
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    i wanna ask how enlarge car's part (for instance barstow engine) and fit that part on other vehicle????
     
  2. psy_lo

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    You can open several jbeam and move easly nodes with BNeditor, that can be found in BNG system folder -> C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\BeamNG.drive in Windows system.

    -You can export the whole or selected objects from blender to Wavefront *.OBJ that can be imported as reference mesh in BNeditor. You probably must make some tests to have the right scale and correct orientation of your object (correct is -Z forward and Y up).
    -Move the nodes carefully, with round value 1.0 = 1 meter (use value like 0.025 rather 0.025484, easier value to remember for moving nodes in other concerned jbeams) and open other jbeam to check if nodes don't collide.
    -A few of patience is a must ;-)
    -Some slots creating disturbance can be tentatively disconnected (simply with comment in jbeam file -> // )
    -Work step by step.
    -Don't forget to save your file frequently when you make changes a little perilous, they can broke the mod (jbeams are highly susceptible...lol, really).
    -Have a lot of fun with that, it can be rock'n'roll :)

    ...and when you become good enough you can also make the 3d projection in your mind and move directly the node in jbeam with Notepad++. For moving a simple position of node it's not so hard!
     
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