- Open existing project
- Save project
- Close project
- Clear all
- Save project as...
- Write ASE file...
- Write 3DO file...
- Display All Project Contents
- Print Project Data
- Just write ASE file
Prompts for file name and saves as an ASE file, which can then be used for further external processing, with the GUI version ASE23DO etc.
- Write ASE and convert to 3DO
Saves as an ASE file in the current project folder and converts to 3DO automatically.
- Write ASE, convert and start GPL
Saves as an ASE file in the current project folder, converts to 3DO and starts GPL, according to the settings in Options.
The referenced MIP files must be present in the desired track folder, else GPL shows the dreaded "Can't load track" message!
Write 3DO file...
Not available yet.
Display All Project Contents
Displays contens of the Project, such as vertices, lines, polygons and used textures, in a seperate window.
From there cut/paste can be used to further process the data.
Print Project Data
Prints contens of the Project, such as vertices, lines, polygons and used textures.
Path to Executables (GPL etc.)
User-defined options, separated into General Options and Project-dependent Options:
These values are loaded with the application.
These set the path to the appropriate Application and will be used from the corresponding menu functions and tool buttons.
Use the [Browse] Button next to it to point to the particular file.
Create individual subfolders for projects
When checked, OneTwo3DO creates a subfolder for every project which is saved using Save project as...
In this case, the name of the project can only be 8 characters long, which allows for automatic conversion and running GPL from within OneTwo3DO.
Copy referenced bitmaps to project folder
When checked, OneTwo3DO creates a copy of the projects referenced bitmaps in the project folder
Benefits are automatic conversion later on, using the MIP conversion information (*.mci) within the project folder.
Create MIP-conversion Info in project folder
When checked, OneTwo3DO creates MIP conversion information (*.mci) file for the referenced transparent bitmaps in the project folder
Maximize on startup
When checked, OneTwo3DO starts full-screen.
When unchecked, OneTwo3DO starts in window mode.
Play sound on errors
When checked, OneTwo3DO plays the standard windows sound when a vertex is missed during line- and polygon creation.
This is an audible signal, in addition to the appropriate Message in the Log window, which is not always good to recognize.
Show polygon backfaces
When checked, OneTwo3DO displays polygons double-sided.
When unchecked, polygons are displayed one-sided, as seen in within GPL.
This function is known to show unexpected results in W98.
If OneTwo3DO doesn't start normally (black screen etc.), check this function and restart.
Pick Polygon colors manually (Use random if un-checked)
When checked, OneTwo3DO ask everytime when a polygon is about to be drawn for the color. Uncheck this if random colors should be used (= no color selection for polygons).
Show Tool Tips
Yes indeed, show Tool Tips or not ;-)
No Title Bar for View Window
When checked, the View Window will be re-sized to maximum after the next OneTwo3DO restart.
This function is known to show unexpected results on some systems.
If OneTwo3DO doesn't start normally (black screen etc.), uncheck this function and restart.
These values are stored with each project.
Vertex Display Size
Set the size of the displayed Vertex size.
Sets the color of the display window Background.
Standard Vertex Color
Sets the standard color of the displayed vertices.
Selected Vertex Color
Sets the color of the vertices that is used when they are selected.
Size of Axis Symbol
Sets the length of the axis lines, drawn on point X:0,Y:0,Z:0 (origin of coordinate system).
Auto-Overwrite 3DO file
When checked, hides the "File already exists. Overwrite ?" message when re-writing the 3DO file.
Save 3DO to track folder:
When checked, copies the created 3DO file to the given track folder.
Use the [Browse] Button next to it to point to the particular track folder.
When unchecked, the 3DO file is created in the project folder.
Autostart GPL when 3DO is written
When checked, automatically launches GPL from the Write ASE, convert and start GPLfunction.
Choose one of the following:
- Minimize OneTwo3DO
OneTwo3DO is minimized, and then maximized again after GPL has been closed.
- Close OneTwo3DO
OneTwo3DO is closed, and then re-started with the current project after GPL has been closed.
"Close OneTwo3DO" is recommended for some systems. Minimizing can cause problems when trying to make screenshots within GPL.
Use additional GPL command-line parameters
Allows to start GPL with specific parameters, such as special players etc.
See GPL's readme11.txt for details on how to use command-line parameters.
In case of the example screenshot (shown above) GPL is started with Player WC_Test.
Well...you guessed it....