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Posted 17th Jun 2018 at 12:12 AM - Viewed 2906 times. Direct link to this thread
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This is a simple override for the 'light' texture for the basegame Non-Proliferating Wild Bamboo.
If your graphics card uses pixel shaders in-game then you will notice that the light colour option of this plant looks odd.
This mod overrides the TXMT resource for this colour option so that it displays correctly when using shaders.
If you have pixel shaders turned off in-game, or your graphics card is not capable of using pixel shaders, then this mod will have no effect for you, as your game is not displaying the broken part of the texture. Having this mod in-game without pixel shaders will not harm your game but you will notice no texture difference.
This mod is compatible with all game versions and will only clash with other mods which alter the material definition of that particular texture. Any custom recolours of that plant, or objects which use the plant's texture, should work okay.
@Numenor for a conversation we had about 10 years ago about this.
@Quaxi and everyone who contributed to
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Expansion / Stuff Packs Required
You must have the expansion or stuff packs listed above installed to use this custom content. Please see the post text for any exceptions.
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Basic Download and Install Instructions:
1. Download: Click the download link to save the .rar or .zip file(s) to your computer.
2. Extract: Use WinRAR (Windows) or Stuffit (Mac) to extract the .package file(s) from the .rar or .zip file(s).
3. Place in Downloads Folder: Cut and paste the .package file(s) into your Downloads folder:
4. Place in Program Files: Cut and paste the .package file(s) into your appropriate Install folder:
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