Table of Contents
Fixed: A bug that allowed anyone to make the settings menu appear on the wearer's screen.
Fixed a permission problem on the right boot.
- Single mesh construction, optimized for SecondLife and easy to fit.
- 64 Leather textures combining 8 base colors and 8 accent colors.
- Realistic clopping sound, with adjustable volume, can also be turned off.
- 16 Heel texture, 8 base colors and 8 polished wood.
- 16 Hoof textures, in 8 colors, plain or textured.
- Tinting presets for the horseshoe and the lacing, also support vector/rgb input.
The configuration menu
Clicking any of the boots will bring up the boot configuration menu, from there, two options can be accessed:
The visual section allow you to personalise your boots appearance, it contains the following sub sections:
This will allow you to select a metal tint for the horseshoe, you can either use one of the Presets or enter a Custom color (see the custom color section for more info).
This will allow you to select the color of your the lacing, you can either use one of the Presets or enter a Custom color (see the custom color section for more info).
If you have more than one texture set available they will show in this section. From this point, the menu will ask from you a base and a detail color, the detail color will be used for the stitching of the boot, if you do not want an accent color, simply pick the same color as the base.
This section will allow you to pick a texture for the hoof part of the boot, 8 colors are available, in smooth or scratched version.
This section will allow you to pick a texture for the heel/spine part of the boot, 8 colors are available but also 7 types of wood (Mahogany, Rosewood, Ebony, Maple, Beech, Walnut and Oak)
The sound section will allow you to turn the hoof walking sound on and off aswel as adjusting it's volume in small increments.
If you want to use custom colors, they have to be entered in a text box. The boots support several RGB color formattings:
- vectors in 0.0 to 1.0 format ex: 1.0,0.5,0.5
- vectors in 0 to 255 format ex: 0,128,150
- Hex format ex: #FF0055 or FF0055
You do not have to use comma to separate your values, you can use spaces or dashes too.