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How to handle Torley's Textures?

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I got the whole set of Torley's textures, and I want to load them into a texture organizer so I can sift through them.

I've tried to load them into my inventory, but each time I can see that they aren't all there. I mean, if I compare what's in my inventory to what's inside the box, I can see that many just didn't get copied.

Does anyone know where I could get them in smaller bunches, or have some recommendation of how I can grapple with such a huge load of textures?

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There used to be a maximum number of anything that could be transferred at once (I believe that number was 42).  I don't know if that's the case anymore but if there are more than the maximum (say it is 42) then you just need to keep copying to inventory until they are all moved over.

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Thanks, Peggy. I guess it's just a matter of time, then. I suppose I was going to drag them into the organizer out of inventory, so dragging them from the box to the organizer is no different really.

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What you do is open up the box they're in, then mark say a-c textures, drag them into your inventory, and do the same for d-f, and so on and so forth, that way you'll know you have them all, as well as you won't have to wait for SL to figure out there're more waiting.

It's a bit more arbitrary, but it saves you a lot of grief as opposed to just keep copying contents into your inventory.

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Thanks for the suggestion.  I can see after fooling with them for a while that you're right.

But I have been little by little moving them into folders in inventory and from there into a texture organizer.

It is a little tedious, but not too... and I'm more than halfway done.

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