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3D Models - Subcategories or not?


Subcategories or not?  

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  1. 1. Subcategories or not?

    • Yes with subcategories
    • No without subcategories
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    • No matter what you do
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Hello,

This poll is for the 3D Models category on Metin2 Dev. Several months ago, I created subcategories to better categorize 3D models. Indeed, I wanted to disable tags and prefixes. They were misused. Today, I cleaned up this system and can be used again.

  • Should I continue to use subcategories to categorize 3D models?
  • Do I have to merge the subcategories and put tags or prefixes to each topic?
  • What do you prefer?

 

Sincerly,
ASIKOO

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  • Meteor
Posted (edited)

I would keep subcategories but merge some for example:

  • Animations & Effects
  • Objects
  • NPCs & Monsters
  • Weapons & Armors
  • Others

And they can get their prefix too especially in the Others section.

Edited by TMP4
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  • Sun

perhaps:

  1. Models: Npc, Monster, Pet, Sasches, Hairstyle, Animations, Effects, Tutorials and so on.....
    by this I mean Npcs, pets, monsters and also weapons and armor
  2. Objects: Model, Animations, Effects, Building, Tree's, Tutorials and so on.....
    this is only about objects that can be placed on the map. Neither npc's nor equipment come in here
  3. Package: AIO would be a package here, so there should only be packages to be found.

When everyone publishes tutorials in one area, confusion can easily occur.

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1 hour ago, TMP4 said:

I would keep subcategories but merge some for example:

  • Animations & Effects
  • Objects
  • NPCs & Monsters
  • Weapons & Armors
  • Others

And they can get their prefix too especially in the Others section.

I agree

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