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Thread: Can Valve please share the Panorama source of 10v10?

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    Can Valve please share the Panorama source of 10v10?

    I've added a 10vs10 option to my mod (Level 25), and setting up the interface for 5v5 and 10v10 on the same Mod is very hard for me.

    Using your 10v10 Panorama source as an example would be very useful

    Thanks
    Last edited by arye321; 09-25-2015 at 08:29 AM.

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    Are you looking for this: http://i.imgur.com/b8B3XBe.png ?
    First search the custom game on the workshop: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfile.../?id=498108721
    Memorize the id: 498108721
    Go to <SteamApps>\workshop\content\570\
    Open the folder with the same id.

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    Thanks, but i already know about this option,the problem is that you cant see the source of the Panorma in these files

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    Quote Originally Posted by arye321 View Post
    Thanks, but i already know about this option,the problem is that you cant see the source of the Panorma in these files
    you mean the multiteam scoreboard/flyout scoreboard? if it is the same as the overthrow one then it is somewhere in your contents folder

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    Its not the same, already tried Overthrow's UI, its not working with the standard timer

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    the "compiled" js and css files are basicly text files with a header prepended, you should easily be able to open them in a text editor and just manually copy out what you need from there.

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    Open the _c file with sublime text, then File -> Reopen with encoding -> UTF-8. Perfect.

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