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Posted 15th Feb 2019 at 9:39 PM - Viewed 2700 times. Direct link to this thread
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This issue goes to show how little I actually play with pets as I hadn't noticed it until I was working on some other pet related content.
When selecting the spiked dog collar for large dogs you may notice a strange issue with the texture. On the left of the collar is the stretched top half of a question mark with strange reflectivity which usually indicates the game cannot locate one of the required texture files. Upon looking deeper into the files I discovered the mesh points to a Normal Map texture that doesn't exist.
This file overrides the Geometry entries for the related collar. It removes all references to the missing Normal Map texture which resolves the weird question mark issue. Ideally EA will eventually fix this as the lack of a Normal Map means that the collar looks a little flat. This is just a quick and dirty fix for in the mean time.
This mod overrides the following resources and will conflict with any other mod that may also do so;
- with groups 00C9D008, 00C9D009, 00C9D00A, 00C9D00B
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