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    Default Need help.

    I normally don't like to ask for help but this problem has me at a loss. I am trying to fix the Frisco SD45 in the file libaray cause I noticed a problem with the front cab window on the right side. It's a SP style window and was bigger than the left side window. I was able to fix the texture and the alpha channel and get them to the correct size but now I am left with a small hole area at the top. under the wiper assembly

    broken window.jpg

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    Hello,

    I had to look at the original repaints to see what I had done originally. I think I made the L-shaped window taller than the prototype to fix what you show in your screenshot. SLI windows are separate objects in the cab wall, so when you alpha out the windows, the hole is still the same size. The original window hole is taller than the L-shaped window should be, so I must have compensated by making the L-shaped window taller to hide it.

    Tyler

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbundy1982 View Post
    Hello,

    I had to look at the original repaints to see what I had done originally. I think I made the L-shaped window taller than the prototype to fix what you show in your screenshot. SLI windows are separate objects in the cab wall, so when you alpha out the windows, the hole is still the same size. The original window hole is taller than the L-shaped window should be, so I must have compensated by making the L-shaped window taller to hide it.

    Tyler
    So that explains the issue with the windows. Be nice if it could be fixed but I am not even sure what to do to correct it or if it can be fixed.

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