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Post by kena // Jan 30, 2007, 6:34am

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It was a wonderful Tutorial, and I was even able to use it for Truespace 7.11

However, for those of us who don't know by heart what everything is, it would help to have a picture of what to click for the blend options. It took me 5 min to find that little button at the top. ;) I also could not find your Brick wall texture or bump map and did a screen print for them. could not find the one you used for your first image either, so just selected 4.jpg

Other than that, I found it very usefull and helpful.

Post by X-PaX // Jan 31, 2007, 5:25am

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Thank you for your feedback kena.

Sorry, I forget that I've linked to a PDF and as fare as I know it is not possible to save images from a PDF (correct me if I'm wrong).

I will try to paste the images here.

Here is the wall texture:

Here is the brick wall:

Here is the bump map:

Here is the crack image:

Now you can right click on these images and say "Save image as".

I think I will overwork the tutorial a bit and place more screenshots in it.

Post by frank // Jan 31, 2007, 9:51am

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Thanks for sharing this tutorial, X-PaX!

Post by X-PaX // Feb 2, 2007, 5:43am

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Thanks for putting this tutorial in the Tutorium too.

But it would be nice if I'd been informed about that in some way.

Post by spacekdet // Feb 3, 2007, 10:16am

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To extract images from a PDF file in Adobe Reader 7 please see the following image.

Post by kena // Feb 4, 2007, 7:44pm

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I just did a screen print and used Windows native paint to save as jpg. that worked just fine for me. Thanks for the post of the files anyway. Now... If ts 7.11 would just stop crashing when I applied multi-layer textures I would be ok. is a privately held community resource website dedicated to Active Worlds.
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