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Friday, October 21st 2005, 4:45pm

its for ships, i think you just use one for other ships or did someone invent a means of using theese?
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Friday, October 21st 2005, 6:57pm

*sigh* A SUR file is a triangulated model that serves as collision detection, along with determining the model´s center, radius, and a few other misc. things. If your ship, base, or other CMP file (for some odd reason, 3db files don´t use SUR files...) you will need one of these, or you will be able to fly through the model, and the model will dissappear when its center is offscreen. FLmodelTool is a good way to generate SUR files, at least right now. They have a revolutionary new program in the works though.

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