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Now, you could select the surfaces in your level one-by-one and apply materials, but there
are some tools for selecing muliple surfaces at once. First, you can select muliple surfaces
at once by holding the ctrl key and clicking on them one-by-one. Try that now. You can also
ctrl+ click a selected face to unselect it. There are also a bunch of opions under the
right-click menu.
I won't go into the details, but try a few of these opions and see what they do. You might
want to start with Matching Texture , that'll select all checkerboard surfaces. You could also
try Matching Brush to select the enire room, or Adjacent Walls to select all the
connected walls.
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