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Bubbling Star Textures

Post #1by Joey P. » 29.12.2017, 19:46

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Post #2by John Van Vliet » 30.12.2017, 03:53

nice but there are a few problems

all file extensions NEED to be lower case and not ( gstar.JPG )

this is not 1995 and 8.3 all cap names are not needed

why is it some MS windows software still thinks it is the late 80's and early 90's ????????????


next they really DO need to be in "power of two " size and in simple cylindrical format

not "263 x 226 " pixels ( 512x1024,1024x2048 ,...)

third these DO NOT map to a sphere
-- gstar.JPG remapped to the North pole
Screenshot_20171229_225101.png


see the polar pinch and the left and right side do not match up ( the vertical line in the center -180 and & +180 longitude )

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Post #3by Joey P. » 30.12.2017, 19:07

Thank you for informing me, I am just bad at making some textures.

Also, I know the extensions are supposed to be lowercase, but for some reason, I didn't notice that on my computer...
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Post #4by John Van Vliet » 31.12.2017, 16:21

i am guessing it is windows 10 you are using

likely " Hide known file extensions " is turned on
-- the DEFAULT for windows and has been a SECURITY PAIN IN THE ASS SINCE 2001 !!!

basically this causes " VirusInfectedMusic.mp3.exe " to be seen by you as "VirusInfectedMusic.mp3"

there is a setting in the r-click menu on the windows "start" icon
it is buried something like 3 deep in the menu

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Post #5by selden » 31.12.2017, 17:14

Also, under Win10, when you have a folder window open, select View and off toward the right side of its "ribbon" is a checkbox for "show file extensions"
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