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    Default Can someone help a new guy out?

    Hello everyone, I'm new to the site and was wondering if I could get a little help here. I've tried on another site and can't seem to get help there.
    I so badly want to learn how to re-skin my loco's and wagons and have tried numerous times unsuccessfully. I've downloaded RW-Tools, Paint.net (free version) and can't seem to get the texture editor path to recognize Paint.net. I've run it as administrator aswell. Is Paint.net not a good program? Is there a different program I can use other than RW-Tools? Would someone please be kind enough to provide me with links if possible?
    I have spent weeks reading tutorials but have not been able to find these answers.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated as I have hit a brick wall.

    Thanks,

    Jay

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    For reskinning you will have to use Gimp, another free paint program.
    Jonathan Burton Peters Jr, Big J
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpetersjr View Post
    For reskinning you will have to use Gimp, another free paint program.
    Ok, I downloaded gimp and I'm still having trouble. The problem lies where I have to choose the texture editor path in RW-Tools.

    Mr. Mike told me:
    1. Check that you have correctly set up the path to Railworks in the Options menu and that the path does appear in the top border of the main RW_Tools window.
    (It does not appear no matter what I try, I highlight the program and hit open and nothing happens.)

    2. If using Windows 7, please ensure that you are running RW_Tools as administrator (right click desktop icon and select 'Run as administrator')
    ( I've done this and it also does nothing.)

    I tried to contact Mr. Mike last week but have been unsucessful in reaching him, so if anyone can provide some input it would be greatly appreciated.

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    I don't think you are supposed to double click the program, I think you are supposed to navigate to the railworks folder and select it.

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