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It seems as though I can not export anything texture wise, what am I doing wrong? Even my snapshots.


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With textures, is it not simply a matter of opening them on screen and clicking the 'Save as...' button? I didn't know there was an export function you could use to export textures. But then, I haven't really used Phoenix for any length of time, so I'm not familiar with the interface or functions of it.

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With textures, is it not simply a matter of opening them on screen and clicking the 'Save as...' button? I didn't know there was an export function you could use to export textures. But then, I haven't really used Phoenix for any length of time, so I'm not familiar with the interface or functions of it.

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i can confirm what luc said, any textures you want to export need to be rezzed - opened - then you can export them via top menu - file - save texture as tga/png. doing this in inventory does nothing.

when you export textures with alphas (as tga) the alpha channel will be saved and can be viewed when you open it in your graphics program.

so open the textures you want to export (that you have permission to do so) - top menu - file - save textures as (...)

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The Export feature works on objects that are full perms and created by you,  as an XML file.

For textures you just need to open on screen and use the Save As feature in the File menu, as Luc & Bee explained, and they will be saved in either tga or png format so you can open them in other programs to edit.

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