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Matheus Becker

CS GO HAMMER - LEAK!!!!!!!!!!!

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I was editing and creating a map and once I added some prop_statics to that place on the img. But as once I got a leak notification I try everythingto make it get out.
Nothing works. And as you see I get to the point where I just delete all the props that was there once. 
Not even that make the leak go away. SHE JUST STAY THERE ON THE AIR MAYBE THINKING ABOUT HOW MESS WITH ME ONE MORE TIME!
HOOOOOOOOOOOW THE HELL I FIX THIS MAN? HAMMER, WHY DO YOU DO THIS TO ME?

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Looks like you didn't sealed the map.

"Levels created with the Source Engine must be completely internally sealed. No part of the interior of the level, the "world", must connect with the outside, the "Void". "

 

You may find this very usefull: https://developer.valvesoftware.com/wiki/Leak

 

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4 hours ago, Tisky said:

Back in the days when my friend and i made maps for old-school CS and could not find the leak, we built a whole box around the map, lul. 

^ Protip.

Also, I would like to introduce you to;

THE HAMMER VISGROUP !!!!11!!

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Tadam.

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20 hours ago, RaVaGe said:

^ Protip.

Also, I would like to introduce you to;

THE HAMMER VISGROUP !!!!11!!

OffnedingVis.jpg

Tadam.

We actually used Quark (Quake army knife) for mapping , haha. I started using it for Quake 1 so i only learned Hammer in 2004 or so i think. 

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