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Posted by techdoctor at Mar 26, 2019 4:53:33 PM
Texture Library Editor
Several problems.
Running Windows 10 Pro 64bit. Updated to latest version as of 25/03/2019
I can't run the editor just by double clicking it.
I have to use the command line, and it runs fine.
Re-installed java and still have the same problem. I have checked the java config file and Java is enabled. associated .jar files to run with the java.exe .

Second problem
Where are the textures located. It seems windows has a messy way of storing files, found some textures here AppData\Roaming\eTeks\Sweet Home 3D\textures but these are zip files. Also I was unable to locate this directory path using the editor first try. Opened file explorer and navigated to the textures path , then tried again in the editor and it worked.

Third problem
I have accidentally imported the same texture twice and want to delete one of them.

Program idea.
It would be nice to be able to display all available textures in a way similar to the objects in Sweethome 3d and be able to modify them within the program

Many thanks and look forward to your replies.

Posted by techdoctor at Mar 29, 2019 10:08:16 AM
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So no takers on helping me with the problems then.

Posted by Mike53 at Mar 29, 2019 12:28:12 PM
Re: Texture Library Editor
On your 3rd issue.. if you select an item, any will do, >modify>texture, all imported textured names are in italics, when you select them the delete option becomes active, this is not the case for stored textures.
Never used the editor so i cannot help with other issues.
Mike

Posted by techdoctor at Apr 2, 2019 2:37:05 PM
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Thanks Mike, can't believe I missed that.
I can't be the only one who can't get .jar files working by double clicking them.
I did a google and followed the advice there but still no joy.

Posted by Mike53 at Apr 2, 2019 3:07:43 PM
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I never could get it to open with double click rither, windows 7,it may have an association issue, java i believe, but not sure on that, then when i did open it i had no idea what to do with it biggrin as usual, so i got rid.
Mike

Posted by techdoctor at Apr 2, 2019 4:20:58 PM
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Just created a bat file using note pad. in notepad write this
java -jar FurnitureLibraryEditor-1.24.jar
Now save it as a .bat file. Furniture editor and texture editor now work.
How I hate Windows

Posted by Mike53 at Apr 3, 2019 11:47:09 AM
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I am sure people, not me personally, will find this helpful, 2 questions though, what would the string for the texture editor be and i assume you created the .bat file while it was on your desktop, is it still there or did you have to place it elsewhere?

Posted by techdoctor at Apr 15, 2019 5:00:51 PM
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The Bat file is in the same folder as the Texture Library Editor.
Open notepad and write this
java -jar TextureLibraryEditor-1.6.jar

and save it as a .bat file