If you have read this thread: http://cossacksworld.ucoz.co.uk/forum/29-10-1, then you will surely have noticed the in game Kangaroo tool.
I find this tool particularly intruiging since there seem to be so many options, so i decided to have closer look at it.
I'm still nowhere really, but i decided to post what I'v gathered so far. More tests will be done.
So to access the tool:
Ctrl + Main Menu (opens up the map editor)
Ctrl + E ( Options menu)
Select kangaroo from the list
Hotkeys found out so far:
Alt + mouse: rotates scene in any direction ( left right-up down)
Alt + right mouse : zoom in /out
Alt + scrollwheel on mouse: move scene
Main options menu: (on top of screen)
use the arrow keys( Left/Right) on your keyboard to enable/disable the various modes.
F1: show blue circle ( no idea what this does atm)
F3: brings up a new menu on the right side ( TransformN, effect, texture, devicestate, stateblock, renderstate, texturestate, pointlight
directionall, spotlight, screensprite, worldsprite, picture , overlay) and a new blue circle on the right side)
A: load model
Z: switches between
T: partial in game map and blue map locating scene upper left corner
P: Emitters, and a bunch of other options( dont know how to use them atm) but there are so many of them they gotta be there for a reason
Tab: switch between editor and kangaroo
Crtl + A : hide show main menu
crtl + R : left middle menu---> this one does work. Just click on the different sub menu's. Loads of options. Gotta do more tests.
It seems you can change virtually anything with these options.
Was gonna spam some screenies, but for some smuck reason it doesnt work ( not that i never posted pic's, they just dont show up-ill sort it out later)
So far, i'v only managed to change/modify existing models that are present in the game.
But im pretty sure that one can make a new scene from scratch with this tool ( P )
Its just a matter of time before we find out. I think it might be needed to set this up trought one of the other options inthe menu ( ctrl +E) first as i ran in to some option ' add new 3D scene' but forgot to take a screenshot. I'll sort it out later
As always if anyone one has information, pls share
~to be continued