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Posted: Thu, 27th Nov 2008, 3:52pm

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prokidsfilms

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not an actual pic but lets say i have a fire on the screen. at the top it says like what type of smoke and stuff and i saw someone took a pic of there fire and added it in the fire. in the top right corner of emitter attributes it says like fire-1 fire-2 smoke-1 stuff like that and then there is a lil folder next to it so you can get a picture of ur fire to make it look more realistic or something. anyone know wat im talkn bout. and also since i have picture in the headin can you put pics into vision to change like the grading. thanks i no its confusing
Posted: Thu, 27th Nov 2008, 4:25pm

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Arktic

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anyone know wat im talkn bout.
No, sorry.

I think you need to re-write what you're trying to say, because at the moment I can't understand what you're getting at.

Take your time, write slower and more carefully, add some punctuation - and we might be able to help out.

Cheers,
Arktic.
Posted: Thu, 27th Nov 2008, 4:41pm

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spydurhank

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that little folder allows you to open picture file called textures. you can add them to muzzle flashes and particle effects. yes you can open regular picture files and play with them. tard
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2008, 2:31am

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prokidsfilms

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yeah thanks i know my question was really confusing but i found that so thanks
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2008, 2:33am

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Axeman

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When you know your question is going to be confusing, adding some punctuation and sentence structure to it, and possibly checking your spelling, can go a long way toward making it clearer and easier to understand.
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2008, 2:35am

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prokidsfilms

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yeah i will do that from now on