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Thu, Dec 1, 2005 at 4:08:24 PM | Saving New Textures

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I have found a new texture that I want to add to my roof but I have problems saving it. Whenever I try to save it to either the user library or any other library, one of two pop-ups appear. They are either Access Denied (that is for the user library) or This File is Read Only (for the rest of the libraries). Does anyone know how to get around this so that I can save this texture? Feedback is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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Thu, Dec 1, 2005 at 11:22:24 PM | RE: Saving New Textures

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First off your are referring to material/accurender textures? Personally i think you are better off creating your own library. That way when a new build comes out you won't have to worry about your libraries being overwritten accidentally. But you'll need to edit the mlib files to make them not read only in order to add more materials.

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Fri, Dec 2, 2005 at 12:39:32 AM | RE: Saving New Textures

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if you are on a network you may have to talk to your system adninistator and ask them to either allow that folder to be taken off "Read only" status or give you administrator privlieges. I agree with Mr Spot it would be easier to create a new library under your personal folder (my documents) under the backed up section of your computer that way if some thing happens to your C: drive all your files are safe and out of harms way. Hope this helps

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