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This article is a small ‘guide’ based on the way I approach mapping. It may help you, it may not, but hopefully this at least gives you an insight into how I craft my worlds!
This UDMF feature allows you to apply multiple tags to a single sector – it will make working with 3D floors a LOT easier!
View this video tutorial which covers how to convert several texturepacks into a single PK3 resource.