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Anyone an idea if there is a tool like 'image tool', where I can define how much mipmappings are defined.In 'image tool' I can make (and edit) mipmappings, but I want only 3 or 4 levels, not all of them. Mipmapping works good if you look with the spotplane and you can look down. But in a cockpit view, you look far away and the the textures are too blured. I want to have something between mipmapping and 'no mipmapping'.I've read in de sdk of VB that you can define mipmapping with less levels as standard in 'image tool'.Anyone tried something like that?regards,Johan Calj

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You ask questions that are to complicated I am afraid :DHave you tried adding only the first few mip maps after extracting and editing them?Arno


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I don't think it's possible to do with this the FS2002 file formats. Both DXTBmp and Imagetool always fill in any missing mips with generated ones, although Imagetool does allow you to collate your own mips so you don't have to go with the ones generated automatically. The .dds plugin for Photoshop lets you specify the number of mips and DXTBmp will load .dds files and save to the FS2002 formats, but in between I think it will add any missing mips (at least it always gives a full mip count in the status line).Have funFinn

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