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Tool TEdit - Terraria Map Editor

Toast.

Terrarian
So i have a Problemo Posted this on Github too but here we go. So Yesterday Tedit worked fine and now it wont work i ran as adminstrator too restarted my pc aswell i have all the specs needed for it Why is it still not working??
 

Husk88

Terrarian
Got a problem with tedit, the sprites, in general, dont work. I can't see sprites in Tedit and I can't place them either.
 

YTRAYASEENGGA

Terrarian
I don't know if there is a specific solution for this or if someone more knowledgeable regarding TEdit troubleshooting would have a different answer but what I would do is simply disable your anti-virus while you extract the archive. I'm assuming when you said you tried to open the app, you meant open the archive (as in, the .zip file). Try to extract after anti-virus is disabled and if successful, just enable back afterwards. If it gives you issues (or even just appears anti-virus scans TEdit every time, causing delays) when trying to open the app (the TEdit.exe file), then you'll need to add an exception in anti-virus settings to stop it from scanning TEdit.
ok il try that
 

Slaughter Lord

Terrarian
Help me pls.. I can't see textures, idk how some people actually does. I know that the problem has something to do about where Terraria is, but have no clue how to solve it
If you go to where you have TEdit installed, there will be a file called "settings.xml". Open that up and there is a section that is commented by default.
You can uncomment it (by deleting the "<!--" and "-->") then set the path to the content folder that is inside your Terraria folder.

TEdit Settings xml.JPG


I'm not sure if that'll solve it, but it is what i'd do, considering you are getting the message in the log saying it can't find Terraria.
 

Zaphkiel

Terrarian
It worked! After searching and doing that changes, the game took a minute to open, like past versions I used (probably because found the content), and now can see sprites/textures.
Really appreciate your help and the picture explaining it. Thank you Lord S. ! :dryadpassionate:
 

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Husk88

Terrarian
If you go to where you have TEdit installed, there will be a file called "settings.xml". Open that up and there is a section that is commented by default.
You can uncomment it (by deleting the "<!--" and "-->") then set the path to the content folder that is inside your Terraria folder.

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I'm not sure if that'll solve it, but it is what i'd do, considering you are getting the message in the log saying it can't find Terraria.
what do you mean by "then set the path to the content folder that is inside your terraria folder" ? i get the other stuff but the wording here is confusing me
 

Slaughter Lord

Terrarian
what do you mean by "then set the path to the content folder that is inside your terraria folder" ? i get the other stuff but the wording here is confusing me
Yeah I understand the confusion, my mind was scrambled while typing that. What I mean is:
Replace the default listed path, to the path of the "Content" folder that is located inside your root Terraria installation folder. Which for most people (who bought Terraria with Steam and have Steam installed to their C: drive) would be:
C:\ProgramFiles\Steam\steamapps\common\Terraria\Content

In the image I posted above, you would delete all content on line# 115, and paste your location there.

Although, I imagine anyone who is even needing to mess with this are people who don't have Terraria installed to the "normal" location, as TEdit already looks there, I believe. For me, my install location is: "G:\Games\Steam\steamapps\common\Terraria" but have never had any issues with TEdit being able to find it. So it may be caused by something other than just an unordinary install location, I don't know.
 
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