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Texture tool I am unable to get the texture tool to work. I click until I find the texture I want and then click on the drawing area. I draw something, but the texture I selected is not used.

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Re: Texture tool

Checkout for the texture name, whether it contains special characters or not, also try reinstalling the application, if none work, try getting Help from the manufacture :P

Posted on Mar 17, 2007

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