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Invisible path
Topic Started: Oct 12 2017, 02:30 PM (147 Views)
Acinonyx Jubatus
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I AM THE UNSHRINKWRAPPER!

So I'm making a path (just a regular path, not an elevated one) and when I put it ingame, it's invisible. I can still place it and delete it, but I can't see it. As far as I'm aware I have all the files and they're correctly coded. Does anyone know what might be causing this difficulty?
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Iben
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There'll be no foot-walking! Just air-flying!

IIRC, the dds files for paths should be of the same format as biomes, aka the 32 bit version you can find in DXTBMP. Without it you can get invisible or rainbow paths :P
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Acinonyx Jubatus
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Iben
Oct 13 2017, 12:30 AM
IIRC, the dds files for paths should be of the same format as biomes, aka the 32 bit version you can find in DXTBMP. Without it you can get invisible or rainbow paths :P
OK, thanks. Is it possible to duplicate this with GIMP?

EDIT: OK, so that worked, after a lot of finagling. But now the path texture is bright blue! It's not supposed to be that colour... How can I fix it?
Edited by Acinonyx Jubatus, Oct 13 2017, 07:48 PM.
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