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Help with making custom windows

Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by Angyl of Ohr, Aug 5, 2013.

  1. Angyl of Ohr

    Angyl of Ohr Adventurer

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    I'm customizing my home, using the sandstone brick and morter set. I know theres a way to make your own windows because Ive seen them; I've been playing with the graphics and also trying to use whats available in the Misc section, and after a couple of days, I'm still unable to figure it out. Can anyone help me out in this area?
     
  2. Kayhynn

    Kayhynn Certifiable
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    The windows are found in the same menu as the wall. At the top there is a toggle switch to show windows on walls or not show them. Toggle that and it should show walls with windows.

    I can take a screenshot to show what you need to hit if you want. Just let me knwo.
     
  3. Angyl of Ohr

    Angyl of Ohr Adventurer

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    I feel so sheepish because of something so obvious! Thank you Kaylynn, you are a big help! btw, great tutorials/videos. I'll be revisiting often.