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|8th Oct 2011, 6:05 PM||#26|
Oh,no need to answer previous question!I already understood it!Just say me where is Build DXT!
|8th Oct 2011, 7:30 PM||#27|
duplicating and relinking textures can be a pain.
I once wrote a tutorial how to easily add new subsets to outfits.
This will give you the option to add more meshgroups and textures.
But it is easier to start with a outfit that already uses 2 meshgroups
In you have the option to build DXT's:
|9th Oct 2011, 10:33 AM||#28|
Thanks,but I have already solved those problems.
|13th Oct 2011, 11:54 AM||#29|
|19th Mar 2012, 1:47 PM||weird transparency issue #30|
I've made an aphadress. It works fine except it has strange transparency issues despite checking everything as best as I could. It was driving me crazy until I examined Cat's alpha skirt used in this tut and saw the exact same issues.
It appears that from certain angles the far parts of the skirt show through the near parts, as seen in the middle two pics, indicated by the arrows (it's the dark parts I'm worried about, not the calf clipping).
So I'm starting to think it's either unavoidable or it has something to do with graphics cards or settings.
Could someone please offer some advice?
|25th Mar 2012, 11:28 PM||#31|
Depending if you actual want to use the transparancy there is not much you can do about im afraid.
The issues are less when the skirt is transparant but if you are not using the transparancy and
just want to be able to cut away pieces of the mesh with the use of the texture file you be better of with diffrent settings in the TXMT's.
Change the alphablendmode settings back to none and enable the alphatestenabled to 1 and you will be able to make alpha edits on the texture(with result on the mesh) without having any opacity issue's.
Transparancy however is no longer supported then.
|25th Mar 2012, 11:50 PM||#32|
Thank you for the confirmation - in the meanwhile I've looked at other alpha meshes and found the same issue so I guessed it was unavoidable with transparency. But's it's reassuring to hear the same from someone who really knows these things
|12th Jun 2012, 5:34 AM||#33|
Eep, I hadn't noticed the skirt was doing that. The TXMT advice already given is spot on, if you're going with a full length dress.
All I might add, for transparent skirts, is try making the "inner layer" even narrower, maybe 2 or 3 percent scale. Might help, without looking too odd, might not.