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Legacy:Base Directory

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Most Unreal Engine games have a similar directory structure. For example, in UT2003, you might have:

C:\Unreal Tournament 2003\System for the main system files
C:\Unreal Tournament 2003\Maps for the map files

But because

  1. a user may have installed in a different place on their hard drive
  2. something might apply to several games

on the Unreal Wiki we write {Base Directory} to mean "the base directory of the game you're currently working with". So you might see something like:

{Base Directory}\System
{Base Directory}\Maps

Wiki writers can copy the following snippet of text to make the link:

{[[Legacy:Base Directory|Base Directory]]}\

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