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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.
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Re: Texture Library Editor

So no takers on helping me with the problems then.
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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
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Re: Texture Library Editor

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.
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Re: Texture Library Editor

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.
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Re: Texture Library Editor

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
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Re: Texture Library Editor

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?
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Re: Texture Library Editor

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
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