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Split walls aaarrrghhhh.

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Having spent several hours moving a wall texture (tiles) on both x and y axis with several split sections , i was very pleased with the addition to allow this and the result, however, when i found it necessary to split the wall for the adjoining room i noticed that my tiling was ruined. Would it be possible in future to designate which side of the wall to split, or should i use 2 parallel walls.
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Re: Split walls aaarrrghhhh.

I apologise for posting this here, it should probably have gone into "developers".
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Re: Split walls aaarrrghhhh.

Did you try to adjust the X offset of the texture on the side of the wall you didn't want to change?
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Re: Split walls aaarrrghhhh.

Sorry Emmanuel, missed your reply. I did try but it got too frustrating changing each side to find a match, instead i used twin (cavity) walls, this brought action brought its own issues, windows, doors etc, they seemed easier to work with.
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