Post by ToxicSimlish on Nov 1, 2017 14:09:45 GMT -5
I believe that's something you need to fix in the Alpha texture. Once you erased or colored the part you want them to be transparent, you need to edit it in the Alpha layer by coloring it in black. White is visible, black is invisible, and grey is semi-transparent. You can check out this video, and see if it helps you!
Post by Chicklet45368 on Nov 1, 2017 17:01:18 GMT -5
Not sure this will help, but if I want something to be transparent, I normally clone a plant that already has transparent parts on the texture.
If not, then I use the cheat (Ctrl+Shift+C to bring up the cheat menu, just like you do in-game) and then type alphalpha, just like that with no space between the 2 words, and the 2nd alpha word using the last "a" from the first alpha word as it's beginning letter. Nothing will appear to have happened at first, so re-import your texture into S4S and it should then have transparency where the black parts are (that is, if your texture is transparent already, otherwise you'd need to make sure there's no background on your texture).
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