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Customizable Colorful Cuboid Rooms

Latest game version supported: Atlas Rises 1.38

--- Description ---

Customizable Colorful Cuboid Rooms is a simple mod that will turn the entire wall and some other parts of a Cuboid Room the primary color of whatever you paint it in the Base Building color menu. I was getting tired of only the seams being colored when painted, leaving you stuck with boring gray walls. There are also alternate versions that will dim the room's lighting, as well as changing the light FOV to 180 thus creating more of a downward angled spotlight effect.

--- Versions: ---

_CustomizableColorfulCuboidRooms.pak:            Default lighting
_CustomizableColorfulCuboidRooms-Lights66:    33% dimmer lights, spotlight effect
_CustomizableColorfulCuboidRooms-Lights50:    50% dimmer lights, spotlight effect
_CustomizableColorfulCuboidRooms-LightsOff:   Lights turned off. Allows you to place your own lighting.

--- Files Modified ---

*Listed in Readme.txt included with download. File paths were too long*

 

- Note to other texture modders

I add this because even the NMS modding wiki didn't mention this. When editing the gMaskMap of a texture (*.MASKS.DDS), the blue channel seems to be for determining where primary/secondary colors are applied through Base Building. White is primary color, gray is secondary, and black receives no custom color. I don't know exactly where the gray threshold is, but as long as you're in the middle (eg. RGB 127,127,127) it will apply the secondary color. 

- Deceptive Pastry

- Remove or rename DISABLEMODS.TXT located in No Man's Sky GAMEDATA PCBANKS
- Choose only one version of the mod and place it in No Man's Sky GAMEDATA PCBANKS MODS (Create the folder if it doesn't exist)

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Updated
February 5, 2018
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