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  • Quake on Mac, looking for best level editor, and other matters

    Hello, as a long time fan of Quake 1, I love it so much. The fact that it can run on my MacBook is very cool. I want to know the best level editor on the Mac, and which server should I find folks to frag? I want to hook up with fellow Quake fans! Cheers!

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    Trenchbroom is a popular (and quite good) editor that has a Mac executable as well. You might give that a go.
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    • #3
      I second Trenchbroom! It's great for someone just getting into mapping and like Dutch said, there is a mac version.

      Sorry, I don't really play online so I don't really know what servers are active now.

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      • #4
        And... Trenchbroom v2 RC4. I've used on Mac and on Windows. However, I will say there might be a bug that prevents you from compiling your map on the Mac version. So in in that case create your map in Trenchbroom and then open and compile your map using ToeTag which is another Quake mapping application for Mac. ToeTag is good but Trenchbroom's manual and user interface are great.

        http://kristianduske.com/trenchbroom/

        http://oliveratgithub.github.io/ToeTag/
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