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where i should put in it? A, B, C, D, or E?
Hi there! I've been ion the lookout for a way to allow for these kinds of angles rather than the boxy squares for everything, so am delighted to find this.Sorry for the really late reply. It doesn't actually matter where you put the Tiles. Only the tiles with the different grounds need to be put in A. (The small file where you have all the different ground tiles as little boxes)
HelloHi there! I've been ion the lookout for a way to allow for these kinds of angles rather than the boxy squares for everything, so am delighted to find this.
However, I can't seem to figure out how to add in the new tiles from Beautiful_World_A5b into my World_A1 file. So I'm kinda stuck on those self-tiling bits. Any advice?
Hero! Thanks again!Hello
Don't add them to the A1 part of your Tileset. Add them to A5. These Tiles are no Autotiles.
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Use the patches of different grasses, sand, snow, stones, etc in the other Files to create smooth transitions from one "biome" to another.
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With auotiles it wasn't possible (for me^^) to make smooth borders between all the different biomes. It would be as boxy as with the default autotiles. The Tiles in A5 are no autotiles but work on the same layer (the bottom layer).
So when you use my tileset, you need to manually create coastlines and stuff. Refer to the "Tutorial-Video" to see how I use them. Make sure to click shift while placing the A5 Tiles to not get the boxy autotile borders (at coasts for example). If you want to copy coastlines and stuff you already did, you can select the parts you want to copy while holding down the right mouse button. Then paste it with the left one - but here again: Hold shift while pasting, or else you will get those A1 autotile borders.
Glad that you like them