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Hi I'm new to Second Life and have had alot of fun and ease customising my avatar... however I'm having problems changing the texture of tails... I have recently downloaded the crystal dragon scales, it was already ready to use and was a folder full of the textures so I didn't need to rez it, and as with any other texture I'd want to use it turns the tail into a long block instead :(

 

Also how do I use chat-command ? I got some new gestures but don't know how to use them with keywords

 

Thanks !

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Are you sure that you are adding the texture in the right place? right click on the tail, select Edit, click on the Texture tab and drag your texture onto the texture box.

 

Gestures need to be active to use in chat. Open the Gesture from your inventory. The text in the Trigger box is what you have to type in Chat. Starting with a /. Click the Active check box at the bottom. You can also assign short cut keys. Once active the gesture will appear in the Gesture floater (Ctrl + G).

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That is how I change textures I've changed the textures of shoes, wings, clothes etc without a problem. It's just any tail I put on the avatar and it's confusing.. I've activated a couple of gestures that were in the list but not sure how to add the new ones, what settings do I need to use in terms of Animation / sound etc or do I just type in the trigger and leave it at that ?

 

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I've done it ! :matte-motes-big-grin:

 

All I had to do was 'select face' after clicking edit then click the tail before applying the texture... the texture was being applied to the invisible mesh around it instead of the tail itself ! :matte-motes-mad::matte-motes-nerdy:

 

Thanks for the help O :matte-motes-big-grin:

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