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How can i set a npc structure to a new location?

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How can i set a npc structure to a new location?

Hey my question is how can i set a npc structure (like Fortress Teleport "Building") to a new location?
The Teleporter is already on the new location but not the structure



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Tip: Map.pk2 ;o


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Where i can download this tool?^^


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Where i can download this tool?^^
its made by synx ^^ i think, im not sure...


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