There have been cases where you need to restart Steam after first installing Fortify for it to work.
Check this out if you’re still experiencing issues:
Some controls and shortcuts can be customized under the input tab.
You can lower the graphics settings here if using an older computer or building a ridiculously large base.
Save As only saves files in the main saves folder. Subfolders can be added but the files need to be moved manually.
The Save button will save to wherever the file was opened from. This will be improved later.
Clipboard Export allows you to copy the save data to your clipboard.
Some web services have a character limit which could result in incomplete save data if pasting into a message.
That’s why pastebin.com is a good choice and you can get automatic links with this button.
The generated link is copied to your clipboard for sharing.
The Fortify subreddit has lots of posted designs to check out using Clipboard Import.
Submit your own unique designs for feedback. Warning: You may get downvoted for no good reason.
Tab switches between build and place mode.
It’s a good idea to copy your saves folder for backup purposes.
esc - open or close main menu
F12 - take a screenshot
Can be customized in initial settings for AZERTY keyboards.
W/S - forward and back.
A/D - pan left and right.
Hold right click to rotate the camera.
Hold shift to speed up all camera movement.
Space/left Ctrl - move the camera up and down.
Interior Camera Mode - Slows the camera down and prevents it from going through walls.
Copy contents from a file into the current scene.
Left click to place the contents, it can be rotated while moving around.
Importing a huge base or a 3D terrain save with foundations at different heights might not give you the best results.
The merged parts stay selected after placement so you can just delete if you’re not happy with it.
Highlight part and press R / backspace / delete. This can be used after selecting multiple parts in Edit mode.
Restores last deleted part or parts.
Hidden floor parts still have active colliders to prevent overlapping from below.
Page up and down are the shortcuts to adjust the hide floor level.
Click the tab below the arrows to jump to the first floor.
Toggle the tier used for new parts while in Build mode or click to change the current selection in Edit Mode.
Parts can intersect freely.
Cupboards can overlap each other.
Certain parts can now break Rust rules and be placed on the ground or on floors/foundations.
You can only set codes while in Edit mode. Multiple doors/hatches can be set at once.
Mousing over the door will show the code.
Wall parts can replace other walls without deleting (change a wall to a window).
Press 1-7 part shortcuts repeatedly to cycle through groups, like floor and floor tri.
Swapping similar parts can also be done with mouse3.
Doors will flip sides while placing with Q / E.
Stairs and Hatches can be rotated after placing with Q / E.
Ladders can only be placed along the top of wall parts.
All wall parts have a strong and weak side, use Q / E to flip while selected.
While placing press Q / E to change if the strong or weak is facing the camera.
Items can be rotated while placing with Q / E / scroll wheel. Hold alt to get finer rotation.
Click placed cupboards to see radius.
Default selection mode, left click to add to selection or hold mouse over parts while holding left click to add, hold alt to remove from selection.
Press M or mouse 4 to toggle.
Hold alt or ctrl - remove or add to the selection.
Level Selection Tools
Goes through every level with a selected part and adds or removes from the current selection.
Going left to right: selects everything, only floors, only wall parts, and any part types that were in the original selection.
Select floors or foundations add another level.
Select foundations or floors. The top option outlines and the other honeycombs the selection with walls.
Selection must contain a foundation. Rotate with Q / E / scroll wheel.
First select the parts you want to align/move (must contain a foundation).
Click on the ground next to the target edge you want the parts aligned with.
This uses the colliders used in foundation placement which is shown below.
Lastly choose the edge of the selection you want aligned to the target.
Here’s the tool in action: https://imgur.com/E89CiMP
This tool doesn’t prevent overlapping where the two structures come together.
Doesn’t include all parts in the the total cost.
Will only show the count for visible floors.
The other tier toggles show the cost if every building part is changed to that tier.
Click the panel to update the count.
Saves a temporary copy of your scene that will load back when exiting this mode.
It’s still a good idea to save before switching to this mode, especially with large bases.
All deployables are removed in this mode, this might be improved in the future.
There was an update to the stability code (January 2017) that makes it much more accurate to Rust.
The cannon ball knocks out parts in the hit radius.
Mouse over parts while using C4 to see the health.
This option saves and loads .json files that are configured to work with the Copy-Paste oxide plugin.
Get the plugin and more info here: http://oxidemod.org/plugins/copy-paste.716/
Try it out with your own server: http://www.rustafied.com/how-to-host-your-own-rust-server/
Once your server is setup add the json files to the copypaste folder:
server > "your server name" > oxide > data > copypaste > example_base.json
Then type in chat: /paste example_base
Undo placement: /undo
Adjust the height (1 is default): /paste example_base height 2