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I apply a texture in GMAX, and this is what it looks like on the part that I am texturing. Is there a solution???Please help....... Somebody :-(

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I think this is a limitation of Gmax. If you export the aircraft the textures will look like they do in your Bitmap file.... At least that's what happens with making buildings in GMax...David

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thats cool and all, but I need to see how they line up in GMAX so that the textures are aligning correctly.

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>thats cool and all, but I need to see how they line up in >GMAX so that the textures are aligning correctly. You did create a UVW map for the texture, right? Did you then add a UVW Unwrap modifier to the stack, and load the UVW map into the Editor for adjustments?

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>yep....... >>I am stumped! What technique did you use to select the specific polys for each UVW map? Are you using a multi-texture, or discrete textures with generalized mapping?

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hi,looks to me like you need to adjust your display settings.CUSTOMIZE/PREFERENCES/VIEWPORTS....try the openGL driver for startson the same menu,Click on CONFIGURE DRIVER...set download texture size to 512, and tick "match bitmap as close as possible"CUSTOMIZE/VIEWPORT CONFIGURATION...in redering method, tick "texture correction"This should straigten things up,,,it will slow down Gmax, so you might want to enable DEGREDATION OVERIDE...It's the tool next to the 3 magnets (snap settings) on the bottom in the middle, its a little grey cube.odog

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Thanks to everybody that helped get my drivers in order.Got the problem fixed!Thanks all!!!!Greggory

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