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How do You turn a texture visible again,when it's invisible and can't see it


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I'm not sure there's enough information here to answer the question...

Is this an edit-able object that you're trying to apply a different texture to?  If so, [CTRL] [ALT] [T] activates "highlight transparency"; faces with transparency will acquire a red tint to them.  From there, it depends on why the face is transparent; it might either have a texture that's fully transparent to begin with, or it might have its transparency (alpha) set to 100%.  (You can tell by looking at the texture panel in the edit window.)  Either apply a different texture, or change the alpha back to 0%.

If this is a scripted object, and you want it to turn transparent (or not) in response to some conditions, then it depends on whether you can edit the script or not.

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I'm not sure there's enough information here to answer the question...

Is this an edit-able object that you're trying to apply a different texture to?  If so, [CTRL] [ALT] [T] activates "highlight transparency"; faces with transparency will acquire a red tint to them.  From there, it depends on why the face is transparent; it might either have a texture that's fully transparent to begin with, or it might have its transparency (alpha) set to 100%.  (You can tell by looking at the texture panel in the edit window.)  Either apply a different texture, or change the alpha back to 0%.

If this is a scripted object, and you want it to turn transparent (or not) in response to some conditions, then it depends on whether you can edit the script or not.

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This section is for asksing questions about SL itself. We do not provide support for products made by other residents because there are too many of them out there and it is impossible to be expert in all of them.

Read the instruction notecard that came with the product. If you didn't get instructions or don't understand them, you best bet is to contact the creator, their customer service reps or join their support group, if they have one, and ask for support there.

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