Finished tutorials should be in this category. Once they are in this category, they are considered (unofficially) official.
The main Modding Tutorials page is Modding Tutorials.
Tutorials should thoroughly cover a subject and provide step-by-step directions. However, modding tutorials should not cover an unusual amount of information. For example, you can cover a tutorial on how to make a door or large gate, but you should not cover a tutorial on how to make a giant, multilayer animated powered gate that enemies directly shoot and throw grenades at and can be opened and closed manually via a context menu and has a customizable schedule on when it should automatically open and close. You should not make a tutorial on that here; you are better off releasing a heavily documented version on the forums.
Pages in category "Modding tutorials"
The following 27 pages are in this category, out of 27 total.
- Modding Tutorials
- Modding Tutorials/Assembly Modding Example
- Modding Tutorials/Assets
- Modding Tutorials/Compatibility with defs
- Modding Tutorials/Decompiling source code
- Modding Tutorials/Def classes
- Modding Tutorials/Distribution
- Modding Tutorials/Flooring
- Modding Tutorials/Folder structure
- Modding Tutorials/Furniture
- Modding Tutorials/Getting Started
- Modding Tutorials/Items
- Modding Tutorials/Mod folder structure
- Modding Tutorials/Modifying defs
- Modding Tutorials/Races and Pawns
- Modding Tutorials/Recommended software
- Modding Tutorials/Setting up a solution
- Modding Tutorials/Smelter
- Modding Tutorials/Sounds
- Modding Tutorials/Testing mods
- Modding Tutorials/Weapons
- Modding Tutorials/Weapons Guns
- Modding Tutorials/Writing custom code
- Modding Tutorials/XML file structure