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fridley 02-16-2012 08:34 AM

My dressing room isn't working...
 
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Hi all,

I downloaded the JRR skins, and Im not saying it's their fault, but whichever skin i choose always seems to have the same problem: the dressing room will come up but my character won't show. I think this is a common problem.

I run the game full screen with a resolution of 1280x720 i think. Anything else makes the text too small or the picture out of the screen.

Any ideas for what to do?

Thanks

PS. Im not really a scripter but i can change one or two lines in a file if i need to.

Brygard2007 02-16-2012 09:47 AM

I know that problem to well.

Based on the screen shot,the dressing room seems to be meant for resolution higher then 720 which most likely for 768 height.

This the reason why your character don't show up due the limit height size of the dressing room.

Edit more info:
Ok I downloaded his skin mod and took a look at the dressing room code.

You will need to open the skindefinition file with the notepad and look for the follwoing codes:
<Element ID="GamePlay_DressingRoom_Activatable" X="550" Y="0" Width="719" Height="741">
<Element ID="DressingRoom_AvatarInfoElement" X="0" Y="11" Width="879" Height="728">

change the height to of the first code from Height="741"> to this Height="700">

change the second code from this Height="728"> to this Height="687">

this should make your character appear in your ga rez of 128x720

fridley 02-16-2012 11:01 AM

Thanks
 
I'll give it a try later. Thanks for looking. Really appreciated :) :D

fridley 02-16-2012 12:18 PM

Thanks a bunch!
 
Thank you SO much for taking the time to look at this. It worked. Guess I have to do that for every skin definition now... oh well. :)

Thanks

Fridley

Brygard2007 02-16-2012 06:46 PM

Glad it worked out,wasn't very sure since I can't test it cause I'm currently using my laptop but I remember how to configure it abit from experience.:)


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