There is no Plains.tresed file. Is the level named "Plains.tresed"? If so, do you have files named "Plains.tresed-130.swp" etc in that folder? Don't use dots in your level name, it will probably cause issues. GeomAdd dislike if the folder path have "-" in their name as well.this is from the debug file..
\tres_millennium\shell generator\plains\Plains.tresed" does not exist.
what is it? or what else do you need.
Just like it says. (Though the info you copied are for Build 55 and not 32.)"After having copied the Build 55 level files and TPA files into a fresh retail (or demo) install of Trespasser, and having used fixOcclusion with the Build .pid files and TPAupdate with the Build 55 .tpa files, replace the original Build 55 .grf and .scn files with the ones contained inside this archive."
What do I have to do here.. I dont understand.
1. Copy the PH files from Build 32 to a folder of your pick.
2. Replace PH.scn and PH.grf with the files from the retail compatibility patch.
3. You will also need Pid reWrite: https://www.trescom.org/download/pid-rewrite/
4. Drag-and-drop PH-120.pid onto Pid reWrite to get a PH-130.pid file.
5. Rename PH-120.swp to PH-130.swp.
6. The level should now run in TresEd.
Please note that PH won't be properly runnable in the engine. The AI don't work properly, neither does Anne. As both are earlier versions of them.
A lot of objects will also have the wrong Geometry type assigned to them (as earlier builds only used 1 Geometry type). So if you import these into another level, you may have to change these in order for the objects to work. GeomAdd will report if an object is the wrong Geometry type. These are some basic stuff you will learn along the way.
But as TI has said. Start small, modify another level to understand how things work. There has only been a few bigger projects that have seen a somewhat proper release. The TC Ops levels are the main one. JPDS was released but not fully finished. The Isla Sorna mod is quite big but a lot was already there, but even then there was a lot of issues along the way.
Doing a project alone takes time, even a smaller project can take months, or even years. So don't rush anything.