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[1.1] TextureReplacer 2.4.13 (4.4.2016)

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TextureReplacer 2.4.13

Kerbal personalisation, IVA suits on Kerbin and texture replacement and improvements.

The old thread was closed since I wasn't able to edit OP any more due to some forum bug.

TextureReplacer is a plugin for Kerbal Space Program that allows you to replace stock textures and customise your Kerbals. Originally, it was created as an alternative to Universe Replacer, which significantly lowered frame rate and caused lags on vehicle switching. TextureReplacer has no such issues plus it has many other cool features. More specifically, it can:

  • replace stock textures with custom ones,
  • assign personalised head and suit textures for each Kerbal,
  • assign suits based on class and experience level,
  • remove IVA helmets in safe situations,
  • toggle between EVA suit and IVA suit without helmet in breathable atmosphere,
  • add reflections to parts and helmet visors,
  • generate missing mipmaps for PNG and JPEG model textures,
  • compress uncompressed textures from `GameData/` to shrink textures in VRAM,
  • unload textures from RAM after KSP finishes loading to reduce RAM usage and
  • change bilinear texture filter to trilinear to improve mipmap quality.

Special thanks to:

  • rbray89 who contributed a reflective visor shader and for [thread=59005]Active Texture Management[/thread] and [thread=55905]Visual Enhancements[/thread] where some code has been borrowed from,
  • Tingle for [thread=44135]Universe Replacer[/thread]; studying his code helped me a lot while developing this plugin,
  • taniwha for [thread=99018]KerbalStats[/thread] that was optionally used by this plugin for gender determination and role-based suit assignment,
  • Razchek and Starwaster for [thread=70089]Reflection Plugin[/thread] where I learnt how to implement reflections,
  • sarbian for fixing an issue with non-mupliple-of-4 texture dimensions,
  • therealcrow999 for testing and benchmarking this plugin,
  • Ippo343 for contributing KSP-AVC configuration,
  • JPLRepo for contributing DeepFreeze compatibility fixes,
  • Proot, Scart91, Green Skull and many others for creating texture packs and
  • Sylith and Scart91 for giving others permissions to make derivatives of their texture packs.

Links

Texture Packs

Legend: Heads, Suits, Galaxy skybox, celestial Bodies, Parts.


Instructions

There are also "idiot-proof" instructions from Green Skull's packs if you find the official TextureReplacer instructions too complicated.

General Textures

General replacement textures are of the form

    GameData/TextureReplacer/Default/<internalName>

where `<internalName>` is the texture's internal name in KSP or path of a texture inside `GameData/` (plus .dds/.png/.jpg/.tga extension, of course).

Examples:

    GameData/TextureReplacer/
      Default/kerbalHead                  // teeth and male head
      Default/kerbalHeadNRM               // teeth and male head normal map
      Default/kerbalGirl_06_BaseColor     // female head
      Default/kerbalGirl_06_BaseColorNRM  // female head normal map
      Default/kerbalMain                  // IVA suit (veteran/orange)
      Default/kerbalMainGrey              // IVA suit (standard/grey)
      Default/kerbalMainNRM               // IVA suit normal map
      Default/kerbalHelmetGrey            // IVA helmet
      Default/kerbalHelmetNRM             // IVA & EVA helmet normal map
      Default/kerbalVisor                 // IVA helmet visor
      Default/EVAtexture                  // EVA suit
      Default/EVAtextureNRM               // EVA suit normal map
      Default/EVAhelmet                   // EVA helmet
      Default/EVAvisor                    // EVA helmet visor
      Default/EVAjetpack                  // EVA jetpack
      Default/EVAjetpackNRM               // EVA jetpack normal map

      Default/HUDNavBall                  // HUD NavBall
      Default/IVANavBall                  // IVA NavBall, horizontally flipped

      Default/GalaxyTex_PositiveX         // skybox right face
      Default/GalaxyTex_NegativeX         // skybox left face
      Default/GalaxyTex_PositiveY         // skybox bottom face rotated for 180°
      Default/GalaxyTex_NegativeY         // skybox top face
      Default/GalaxyTex_PositiveZ         // skybox front face
      Default/GalaxyTex_NegativeZ         // skybox back face

      Default/moho00                      // Moho
      Default/moho01                      // Moho normal map
      Default/Eve2_00                     // Eve
      Default/Eve2_01                     // Eve normal map
      Default/evemoon100                  // Gilly
      Default/evemoon101                  // Gilly normal map
      Default/KerbinScaledSpace300        // Kerbin
      Default/KerbinScaledSpace401        // Kerbin normal map
      Default/NewMunSurfaceMapDiffuse     // Mün
      Default/NewMunSurfaceMapNormals     // Mün normal map
      Default/NewMunSurfaceMap00          // Minmus
      Default/NewMunSurfaceMap01          // Minmus normal map
      Default/Duna5_00                    // Duna
      Default/Duna5_01                    // Duna normal map
      Default/desertplanetmoon00          // Ike
      Default/desertplanetmoon01          // Ike normal map
      Default/dwarfplanet100              // Dres
      Default/dwarfplanet101              // Dres normal map
      Default/gas1_clouds                 // Jool
      Default/cloud_normal                // Jool normal map
      Default/newoceanmoon00              // Laythe
      Default/newoceanmoon01              // Laythe normal map
      Default/gp1icemoon00                // Vall
      Default/gp1icemoon01                // Vall normal map
      Default/rockyMoon00                 // Tylo
      Default/rockyMoon01                 // Tylo normal map
      Default/gp1minormoon100             // Bop
      Default/gp1minormoon101             // Bop normal map
      Default/gp1minormoon200             // Pol
      Default/gp1minormoon201             // Pol normal map
      Default/snowydwarfplanet00          // Eeloo
      Default/snowydwarfplanet01          // Eeloo normal map

It's also possible to replace textures from `GameData/` if one specifies the full directory hierarchy:

    GameData/TextureReplacer/
      Default/Squad/Parts/Command/Mk1-2Pod/model000  // Mk1-2 pod texture
      Default/Squad/Parts/Command/Mk1-2Pod/model001  // Mk1-2 pod normal map

Note that all texture and directory names are case-sensitive!

Personalised Kerbal Textures

Heads and suits are assigned either manually or automatically (configured in the GUI while configuration files can provide initial settings). "Random" assignment of heads and suits is based on Kerbals' names, which ensures the same head/suit is always assigned to a given Kerbal. Additionally, special per-class suit can be set for each class.

Head textures reside inside `Heads/` directory (and its subdirectories) and have arbitrary names. Normal maps are optional. To provide a normal map, name it the same as the head texture but add "NRM" suffix.

    GameData/TextureReplacer/
      Heads/[<subDir>/]<head>     // Head texture
      Heads/[<subDir>/]<head>NRM  // Normal map for <head> (optional)

Suit textures' names are identical as for the default texture replacement except that there is no `kerbalMain` texture (`kerbalMainGrey` replaces both) and class level variants of suit and helmet textures are possible. Each suit must reside inside its own directory:

    GameData/TextureReplacer/
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/kerbalMainGrey     // IVA suit
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/kerbalMainGrey1    // IVA suit (level 1)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/kerbalMainGrey2    // IVA suit (level 2)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/kerbalMainGrey3    // IVA suit (level 3)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/kerbalMainGrey4    // IVA suit (level 4)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/kerbalMainGrey5    // IVA suit (level 5)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/kerbalMainNRM      // IVA suit normal map
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/kerbalHelmetGrey   // IVA helmet
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/kerbalHelmetGrey1  // IVA helmet (level 1)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/kerbalHelmetGrey2  // IVA helmet (level 2)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/kerbalHelmetGrey3  // IVA helmet (level 3)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/kerbalHelmetGrey4  // IVA helmet (level 4)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/kerbalHelmetGrey5  // IVA helmet (level 5)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/kerbalHelmetNRM    // IVA & EVA helmet normal map
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/kerbalVisor        // IVA helmet visor
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAtexture         // EVA suit
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAtexture1        // EVA suit (level 1)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAtexture2        // EVA suit (level 2)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAtexture3        // EVA suit (level 3)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAtexture4        // EVA suit (level 4)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAtexture5        // EVA suit (level 5)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAtextureNRM      // EVA suit normal map
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAhelmet          // EVA helmet
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAhelmet1         // EVA helmet (level 1)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAhelmet2         // EVA helmet (level 2)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAhelmet3         // EVA helmet (level 3)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAhelmet4         // EVA helmet (level 4)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAhelmet5         // EVA helmet (level 5)
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAvisor           // EVA helmet visor
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAjetpack         // EVA jetpack
      Suits/[<subDir>/]<suit>/EVAjetpackNRM      // EVA jetpack normal map

The level textures are optional. If missing, level 0 texture will be used for all levels for that part of suit.

Reflections

Reflections are shown on visors of Kerbals' helmets and on parts that include `TRReflection` module. There are two types of reflections: real and static. Real reflections reflect the environment of a part while static reflections reflect the skybox from `EnvMap/` directory:

    GameData/TextureReplacer/
      EnvMap/PositiveX         // fake skybox right face, vertically flipped
      EnvMap/NegativeX         // fake skybox left face, vertically flipped
      EnvMap/PositiveY         // fake skybox top face, vertically flipped
      EnvMap/NegativeY         // fake skybox bottom face, vertically flipped
      EnvMap/PositiveZ         // fake skybox front face, vertically flipped
      EnvMap/NegativeZ         // fake skybox back face, vertically flipped

Note that all textures must be quares and have the same dimensions that are powers of two. Cube map textures are slow, so keep them as low-res as possible.

`TRReflection` part module can be used as in the following example that adds reflections onto the windows of Mk1-2 pod:

    MODULE
    {
      name = TRReflection
      shader = Reflective/Bumped Diffuse
      colour = 0.5 0.5 0.5
      interval = 1
      meshes = FrontWindow SideWindow
    }

There are several parameters, all optional:

  • `shader`: Most shaders should be automatically mapped to their reflective counterparts. In some cases, however, thare are no reflective version of a shader, so you will have to manually specify appropriate shader.
  • `colour`: Reflection is pre-multiplied by this RGB value before added to the material. "0.5 0.5 0.5" by default.
  • `interval`: Once in how many steps the reflection is updated. "1" by default.
  • `meshes`: Space- and/or comma-sparated list of mesh names where to apply reflections. Reflection is applied to whole part if this parameter is empty or non-existent. You may find `logReflectiveMeshes` configuration option very helpful as it prints names of all meshes for each part with `TRReflection` module into your log.

One face of one reflection cube texture is updated every `reflectionInterval` frames (2 by default, it can be changed in a configuration file), so each reflective part has to be updated six times to update all six texture faces. More reflective parts there are on the scene less frequently they are updated. `interval` field on TRReflection module can lessen the update rate for a part; e.g. `interval = 2` makes the part update half less frequently.

Configuration File

NOTE: All options that can be configured in the GUI are saved per-game and not in the configuration files. Configuration files only provide initial settings for those options.

Main/default configuration file:

    GameData/TextureReplacer/@Default.cfg

One can also use additional configuration files; configuration is merged from all `*.cfg` files containing `TextureReplacer { ... }` as the root node. This should prove useful to developers of texture packs so they can distribute pack-specific head/suit assignment rules in a separate file. All `*.cfg` files (including `@Default.cfg`) are processed in alphabetical order (the leading "@" in `@Default.cfg` ensures it is processed first and overridden by subsequent custom configuration files).

Normal Maps

Unity uses "grey" normal maps (RGBA = YYYX) to minimise artefacts when applying DXT5 texture compression on them. When a normal map has a "NRM" suffix Unity converts it from RGB = XYZ ("blue") to RGBA = YYYX ("grey") normal map unless it is in DDS format.

In short: you should supply "blue" normal maps when a texture has "NRM" suffix and is in PNG format (JPEGs and TGAs are not recommended for normal maps) and "grey" normal map for textures in DDS format or without "NRM" suffix.

"Grey" normal maps can be created by saving the standard "blue" normal map as a DDS with DXT5nm compression or by manually shuffling its channels RGBA -> GGGR.

Kerbal Model Hierarchy

Full hierarchy of Kerbal models, together with all default shaders and textures, useful for modders: http://pastebin.com/6QgES3Ae

Notes

  • Use DDS format for optimal RAM usage and loading times since DDS textures are not shadowed in RAM and can be pre-compressed and can have pre-built mipmaps.
  • TGA and JPEG images are not suitable for normal maps.
  • Try to keep dimensions of all textures powers of two.
  • KSP can only load TGAs with RGB or RGBA colours. Paletteised 256-colour TGAs cause corruptions in the game database!
  • By default, texture compression and mipmap generation are handled by [thread=59005]ATM[/thread] when it is present rather than by TextureReplacer.
  • KSP never generates mipmaps for PNGs and JPEGs. TextureReplacer fixes this by generating mipmaps under paths specified in the configuration file. Other images are omitted to avoid making UI icons of various plugins blurry when not using the full texture quality.
  • The planet textures being replaced are the high-altitude textures, which are also used in the map mode and in the tracking station. When getting closer to the surface those textures are slowly interpolated into the high-resolution ones that cannot be replaced by this plugin.

Known Issues

  • Visor reflections and navball texture replacement don't work in KSP 1.1.
  • Atmospheric skybox is not wholly reflected, there's a black strip around.
  • Reflections disable part highlighting.
  • Clouds from EVE are not (correctly) reflected.
  • Cabin-specific IVA suits don't persist through scene switches while on EVA.

ChangeLog

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  • 2.4.13
    • fixed for 1.1 thanks to RangeMachine
    • disabled visor reflections because visor shader is broken
  • 2.4.12
    • removed / replaced Kerbal Stuff links
    • possibly fixed a reflections-related crash
  • 2.4.11
    • added alternate directories for general texture replacement
  • 2.4.10
    • added compatibility for DeepFreeze
  • 2.4.9
    • head and suit names shown in GUI
    • fixed inheritance of level textures for suits
  • 2.4.8
    • fixed some contract-related issues by keeping agencies' flags loaded
    • fixed Reset to Defaults button resizing
  • 2.4.7
    • suit's level textures are inherited from the previous level when missing
  • 2.4.6
    • added GUI button to reset head/suit assignments to ones from config files
    • fixed male -> female material copy mixing IVA and EVA textures on females
    • fixed IVA helmet personalisation when helmets are hidden on scene start
  • 2.4.5
    • fixing female model is more consistent, female helmet normal map enabled
    • (hopefully) fixed a rare toolbar icon crash that breaks space centre scene
    • the top quad of atmospheric skybox is not rendered any more
    • re-enabled texture compression, mipmap generation and unloading
  • 2.4.4
    • disabling spawning in IVA suits also disables "Toggle EVA Suit" in Kerbal's context menu
    • disabled texture compression, mipmap generation and unloading by default, these functions will be removed in the next major release
    • fixed radial attachment and click ignoring for reflective parts
  • 2.4.3
    • all Kerbals' teeth now use `Default/kerbalHead` texture and are not personalised any more to solve the female teeth texturing problem
  • 2.4.2
    • fixed white visors when not using visor texture
  • 2.4.1
    • shaders on Kerbals are now changed to make them consistent between males and females and fix bumpmapping and specular lighting for female suits
    • removed consecutive suit assignment
    • removed (now redundant) suit assignment setting, since a random suit is automatically used when the class suit is not set
    • fixed legacy females feature for tourists
    • fixed random suit assignment when the class suit is not available
    • fixed default veteran suit assignment for Valentina
    • fixed skybox reflection
  • 2.4
    • updated for KSP 1.0
    • updated personalisation to work with stock female Kerbals
    • added `forceLegacyFemales` option to convert all females to use male models but female textures (pre-1.0 behaviour)
    • removed gender detection from names and `femaleNames` config option
    • fixed all issues with game database reloading
    • fixed mipmap generation for navballs

Full changelog

Credits & Licence

This plugin is distributed under the MIT licence. shaw is the main author, while some parts (visor shader, texture compression and mipmap generation) are based on rbray89's code.

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Copyright © 2013-2015 Davorin Učakar, Ryan Bray

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

Edited by shaw
updated textue packs
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Exciting things and also vbulletin problems!

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Pole position in one of the best mods ever! the old thread is broke or what? Is kinda sad, the other one had history...

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16eTcib.png

I totally agree with those reflections! So nice having it deepspace, in eva. If the screen is to big let me know and i make it smaller

cheers for your work!!

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Pole position in one of the best mods ever! the old thread is broke or what? Is kinda sad, the other one had history...

[thread=107264]That's what happened[/thread] with the old thread.

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Is it possible to turn off the part surface reflections only? I have a number of part mods installed, and don't like having a half shiny vessel...

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Is it possible to turn off the part surface reflections only? I have a number of part mods installed, and don't like having a half shiny vessel...

Delete MM_Reflections.cfg. Anyway, this file is not part of "standard" TR installation, you must have copied it from Extra/.

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http://i.imgur.com/16eTcib.png

I totally agree with those reflections! So nice having it deepspace, in eva. If the screen is to big let me know and i make it smaller

cheers for your work!!

W.T.F.? Cloud reflections in high space? That shouldn't work.

What version of EVE (and which EVE pack) do you use? I was trying to make clouds reflections work in scaled space, but with no luck.

Edited by shaw
dam.n forum censors w.t.f

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Is this still mucking up contracts? Would like to use it but I don't want to lose contracts.

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I just installed this mod again, and I did copy the extras stuff, but parts aren't showing reflections......which is great....but that means I have diverse heads in the wrong spot. Where should that .cfg go?

(Thanks for letting me know how to turn off part reflections for future installs....yay!)

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New thread!? Now the third big thread for a texture mod. After universe replacer and texture replacers old thread. :D

I wanted to ask, if someone could make some Mass Effect suites and Kerbal Heads.

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I just installed this mod again, and I did copy the extras stuff, but parts aren't showing reflections......which is great....but that means I have diverse heads in the wrong spot. Where should that .cfg go?

(Thanks for letting me know how to turn off part reflections for future installs....yay!)

All CFGs will work anywhere inside GameData/. Of course, putting them into GameData/TextureReplacer/ is the most obvious choice.

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Is this still mucking up contracts? Would like to use it but I don't want to lose contracts.

Hopefully not and never did. Are you really sure it was TR's fault?

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All CFGs will work anywhere inside GameData/. Of course, putting them into GameData/TextureReplacer/ is the most obvious choice.

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Hopefully not and never did. Are you really sure it was TR's fault?

That is what NathanKell told me and I usually trust him. I haven't tried it for myself.

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You should see it entering the atmos :D so ...... Haha. Hmm i think it is the older stable one, 7-3, not the newly wip one. And astronomers interstellar v2

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You should see it entering the atmos :D so ...... Haha. Hmm i think it is the older stable one, 7-3, not the newly wip one. And astronomers interstellar v2

I just checked, no clouds in my helmet reflections. Using a copied-over version of EVE (7-3) from my 0.25 save along with textures from various packs. My cloud layers are from Better Atmospheres

Taken from 100km orbit

GMyBwGWl.png

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It might be 7-4, im not sure if i modified the cloudslayers but that shouldnt affect the reflections ?

All the dll files from eve is from 11-26 2014

SfC0N2Xl.png

Edited by ahappydude

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Reflections are awesome. I love how this was like an upgraded and supported alternative to Universe Replacer and now it's so much more than that. Shame the old thread broke, but I suppose a fresh start isn't bad either.

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Is this still mucking up contracts? Would like to use it but I don't want to lose contracts.

TextureReplacer has never had an issue with messing up contracts. Whatever issue you were having was from a different mod, almost certainly.

That is what NathanKell told me and I usually trust him. I haven't tried it for myself.

Not sure where he heard that but if he told you it messed up his contracts he probably was having an issue with another mod and for some reason thought it was TextureReplacer's fault. This mod doesn't make any changes to those files, so I can't imagine any way it would be able to mess up contracts.

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It might be 7-4, im not sure if i modified the cloudslayers but that shouldnt affect the reflections ?

All the dll files from eve is from 11-26 2014

Nope, 7-4 files are dated 4/18 and it was just a license change from 7-3 anyways. Rbray started his experimentals build thread on the forums 11-22 so looks like you're running a very early experimental build. I'd try it myself but for some reason GitHub is responding but taking forever to load anything. Will try tomorrow

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I'm getting no reflections at all, apart from the SkyBox. I've put the MM_Reflections in the TR folder.

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Using the EVE experimental build linked on the first post of the dev thread:

iQcSdu8l.png

Oh well. At this point I'll leave it up to shaw to determine if ahappydude has some kind of special magical install or is a very artistic troll

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I have the Green Skull suits pack installed, now how do I take off the EVA helmets?

Also, obligatory first post.

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Im sorry to say im neither a troll or have a magical install .p di you find the same version of eve? Can it have anything to do with these i changedfrom deafult.cfg?

reflectionResolution = 512

// Number of frames between reflection updates for a part. Only one face of

// the environment map is updated at once, so 6 updates are necessary for full

// update.

reflectionInterval = 2

// Replace helmet visor shader to support reflections (EVA only).

isVisorReflectionEnabled = true

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I have the Green Skull suits pack installed, now how do I take off the EVA helmets?

Also, obligatory first post.

Right click mate

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*snip*

Doesn't work, here's a screen of the context menu.

http://imgur.com/fGxyxkb

Also have some more mods installed, here's a list.

BDArmory

BoatParts

BurnTogether

Chatterer

DDSLoader

Modular Kolonization System (and dependencies)

KAS

Kethane

Parameciumkid's jump drive

TextureReplacer.

I think it might be either BoatParts or one of the outdated mods. I'll try that.

Edited by Montosoy9

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Hmm.. Are you sure you got the latest version of texturereplacer firstly, second check the deafult cfg for isHelmetRemovalEnabled = true , third try without Modular Kolonization System.

Its hard to pinpoint but my guess is that another mod that changes what you do when right clicking are interferring? hmm best of luck!

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