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TriAPI based scope-masking system
Revision 4.
XENO 5861 - Sep 18 2004
Effects Fun Part I
The BSP map format that Half-Life uses makes it fairly easy to do certain types of special effects, including fake underwater caustics, so we'll play around with that a little...
Patrick 6579 4.5 Aug 11 2004
VGUI HUD
This article describes the principles behind coding a VGUI HUD by piggy backing off the existing HUD, seriously reducing the amount of code needed.
[ICR] 6642 - Jun 22 2004
Better Third Person Camera
Simple snippet for a better third person camera with player fading.
omega 9916 4.5 May 08 2004
How to make a key that toggles
Many Halflife movement keys require the player to hold the key down to achieve their effect. If players want to remain in a position (such as crouch or prone) for extended periods of time, this could lead to fatigue, here's how you can alleviate that with some clever manipulation of the button code.
sluggo 5542 5 Sep 14 2003
Do-it-yourself-WireFrame!
Rendering a wireframe of maps yourself
Patrick 5704 5 Jun 30 2003
Custom DrawHudString
X-0ut 5532 5 Jun 28 2003
Dash Key Part2
Stamina controlled sprint
X-0ut 4848 5 Jun 25 2003
VGUI Scope
Pongles 6842 3 Jun 06 2003
Complete Freedom of Rotation
Changing view angles with quaternions
Entropy 7772 5 May 18 2003
FOV and LOS Checks
Checking line of sight and field of view
Mazor 5083 - May 13 2003
Entity Effects on View Model
omega 5551 5 Apr 26 2003
Orthogonal Drawing with TriAPI
omega 5473 - Apr 14 2003
Particle Engine tutorial part 5
Part 5 in 5 part series
Persuter 12275 5 Apr 04 2003
Particle Engine tutorial part 4
Part 4 in 5 part series
Persuter 10612 5 Apr 04 2003
TriAPI BreakOut
Hud game
X-0ut 5445 - Mar 21 2003
Egon Beam Observer Fix
For eye-mode specators
OPTIMUS PRIME 3692 5 Mar 06 2003
Particle Engine tutorial part 3
Part 3 in 5 part series
Persuter 11572 5 Feb 14 2003
Particle Engine tutorial part 2
Part 2 in 5 part series
Persuter 10749 - Feb 14 2003
Particle Engine tutorial part 1
Part 1 in 5 part Series
Persuter 11830 4.2 Feb 14 2003

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