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=== Explanation of fields === *'''heightfloor''', '''heightceiling''' (mandatory) :Unlike the base field from the core specs, these ones allow floating-point values. *'''xpanningfloor''', '''ypanningfloor''', '''xpanningceiling''', '''ypanningceiling''' :These properties control the panning of the floor or ceiling flat. *'''xscalefloor''', '''yscalefloor''', '''xscaleceiling''', '''yscaleceiling''' (default: 1.0) :These properties control the scaling of the floor or ceiling flat. Greater values result in smaller textures. *'''rotationfloor''', '''rotationceiling''' :These properties control the rotation of the floor or ceiling flat, in degrees. *'''secret''' :If true, the sector counts as a secret when visited by player. *'''friction''' (default: -1) :This one controls the friction of movement on the floor. The value of this field is equivalent to the length of a horizontal linedef with the classic Boom friction special. Default value: -1 (use usual Doom friction). *'''leakiness''' :This one controls the probability that, if this sector is also damaging, it will leak damage through the radiation suit. As reference, the classic Doom 20% sector has 5 leakiness. For damage which always goes through the suit, use 256. *'''damageamount''' :Damage per hit for players on the floor. *'''damageinterval''' :Time between hits. The classic Doom damaging floors use a 32 period. *'''damage_endgodmode''' :If true, it will cause the damaging floor to disable the godmode cheat. *'''damage_exitlevel''' :If true, it will cause the damaging floor to exit the level in victory if the player has too little health. *'''damageterraineffect''' :If true, then each damage hit will produce a splash, like the Heretic lava. *'''damagetype''' (default: "Unknown") :The [[damagetype|damage type]] of the floor. For Doom damaging floors you can use "Slime". *'''floorterrain''' (default: "@flat") :The [[terrain]] effect of the floor. *'''ceilingterrain''' (default: "@flat") :The [[terrain]] effect of the ceiling. Currently used for particle recolouring. *'''lightfloor''', '''lightceiling''' :The light amount to add to the floor or ceiling, relative to the designated light level. *'''lightfloorabsolute''', '''lightceilingabsolute''' :If true, then '''lightfloor''' or '''lightceiling''' just overrides the light. * phasedlight = <boolean>; :Equivalent to ExtraData flag. * lightsequence = <boolean>; :Equivalent to ExtraData flag. * lightseqalt = <boolean>; :Equivalent to ExtraData flag. *'''colormaptop''', '''colormapmid''', '''colormapbottom''' (default: "@default") :The colormap to set for the top, normal or bottom part of a Boom sector with fake flats. Or for any normal part, if it's '''colormapmid'''. Use a lump from between '''C_START''' and '''C_END'''. "WATERMAP" and "LAVAMAP" are provided by Eternity. *'''scroll_ceil_x''', '''scroll_ceil_y''', '''scroll_floor_x''', '''scroll_floor_y''' :These fields make the sector ceiling or floor scroll at startup. The values you input there are the equivalents of a Boom trigger linedef length divided by 10. So to emulate a linedef pointing east of length 64 having a scroll trigger, set value 6.4 on '''scroll_ceil_x''' or '''scroll_floor_x'''. *'''scroll_ceil_type''', '''scroll_floor_type''' (default: "none") :These fields control the kind of scrolling for each surface and can be: "none" (no scrolling enabled), "visual" (only scroll the texture), "physical" (only carry the things), "both" (both scroll and carry). For now, '''scroll_ceil_type''' only supports "none" or "visual". *'''floorid''', '''ceilingid''' :ID of the floor or ceiling of this sector to use for [[attached surfaces]]. Use this id in '''attachfloor''' and '''attachceiling'''. *'''attachfloor''', '''attachceiling''' :Makes the floor or ceiling of this sector move whenever sectors with '''floorid''' or '''ceilingid''' with the same number move their respective surfaces. If you want this sector's floor or ceiling to move in opposite direction, use the negative value. *'''soundsequence''' :Name of the [[soundsequence]] to use for the movement of this sector. It will only work if said soundsequence has an '''id'''. It can also be a number (the sound sequence '''id''') surrounded by quotes. *'''portalfloor''', '''portalceiling''' :Portal ID to use on the floor or ceiling of this sector, using the same value as the one set in [[Portal_Define]]. For two-way portals, use the negative number for the opposite portal (i.e. one way uses portal ''n'', and the other way uses -''n''). *'''portal_floor_disabled''', '''portal_ceil_disabled''' :If true, the portal is disabled (has no effect). *'''portal_floor_norender''', '''portal_ceil_norended''' :If true, the portal is not rendered but may have effects. *'''portal_floor_nopass''', '''portal_ceil_nopass''' :If true, it disables any linked portals interaction. *'''portal_floor_blocksound''', '''portal_ceil_blocksound''' :If true, it blocks sounds from monsters listening for alerts. *'''portal_floor_useglobaltex''', '''portal_ceil_useglobaltex''' :Reserved. *'''portal_floor_overlaytype''', '''portal_ceil_overlaytype''' (default: "none") :Can be "none", "translucent" or "additive". Controls the rendering of portal overlays. *'''alphafloor''', '''alphaceiling''' (default: 1.0) :Alpha of the portal overlay. 1.0 makes it fully visible, 0.0 is invisible. *'''portal_floor_attached''', '''portal_ceil_attached''' :If true, and the sector has a linked portal on the floor or ceiling, the portal will move along with the floor or ceiling surface, instead of remaining at the same height as default. This is useful for easily moving platforms vertically.
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