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    Reminder: How to Copy Material from One Surface to Another?

    AND its surface properties?

    I always forget this one and then I end up messing it up. It's something like select a face you want to apply a material to, then shift-click the source wall? Something like that.

    Thanks.
    Last edited by BigAl3D; 07-17-2015, 08:55 PM.


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    Some good shortcuts to know:

    SHIFT+B = select all surfaces on a selected brush
    Select a surface then CTRL+B = select whatever material was on that surface.
    Shift T = Select all of the same material.

    With that, you should be able to do what you want, I think.
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      Thanks for the reply and the tips. What I thought I could do is place a material on a wall for example, scale it up, slide it into the perfect position. Then, I decide I want that exact same material, with scale & positioning, on the other 10 walls. I could have sworn there was a trick to copy all those properties from the original wall to all the rest in one click or two. See what I mean?If I alt-click I can copy the material, but not its properties.

      This was possible in UT3 editor.


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