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    Melvin is correct.If u cannot get it using a BSP sheet then try this.


    Open LT packages and look for WinFrame glass mesh.
    Add that in and get it where u want it.

    Have you wanted material highlighted in your generic browser.

    Try selecting the mesh and go into properties.
    go to static mesh component,rendering,materials

    add a new item with the + plus key
    click the newly added blank item and hit the green arrow to assign
    the selected material in the generic browser to your mesh.

    set collision as u wish.

    Hope that helps or at least gives u options.

    Good Luck.

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    Originally posted by Death Dream View Post
    Select the surface first, then go to the material and click on it.

    ~Death Dream~
    I guess he can't click the surface of the sheet. I had that problem too, but as i said earlier, flipping the sheet with Mirror Z Axis will work.

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    Select the surface first, then go to the material and click on it.

    ~Death Dream~

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    Did you tried to flip the sheet? (highlight the sheet with rightclick, then choose Transform -> Mirror Z Axis)

    Now you can probably select it's face for applying a texture.

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    BSP Plane/Sheet Materials, Newb Question

    Why it it that it seems that a sheet/plane type of BSP brush cannot have a material applied to it.

    I made a flat panel with the sheet BSP brush, clicked on it, and it did not highlight as a normal surface. Normally I would open up the material browser, select a material, then click the surface to apply the material. However I can't click on the plane/sheet added brush.



    Am I doing this wrong?
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