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Bax Ankle Boots FAQ

Please chose from the Themes below to find and answer to your Question

[1] : Is there a Demo?
[2] : Where are the Boot’s Lace/Fur Tops?
[3] : The Boots look broken specially when zooming out (Skin shows through, lines or holes)
[4] : My Feet twitch when I wear them, what can I do about that?
[5] : How do I change their color?
[6] : None of the above

[1]

Is there a Demo?

We do not have a Demo for the BAX Ankle Boots yet. However, with it’s advanced Fitting System we give a money-back guarantee that they will fit on any female shape which is not exceptionally short and strong built, regardless of the foot size. They can also be fitted for slim to medium sized male shapes. You can get a individual fitting by us for free from us. If none of our CSRs is present, you can register to get a Note when someone is available by clicking the button for the fitting request.”, [“Request Fit


[2]

Where are the Boot’s Lace/Fur Tops?

Wear your Bax Ankle boots, click on the boots, a menu will appear in the upper right hand corner of your screen.  In menu, look for the option [TOP OPTS] and select.  From there you can select lace or fur (if applicable) and the color of your choice.

[3]

The Boots look broken specially when zooming out (Skin shows through, lines or holes)

LODDebugging LOD – makes your boots look their best
Sculpted prims an look distorted without the correct settings in your viewer at a distance.
Many customers have had the issue when they zoomed out .

This is an Issue of the SL viewer showing Objects in a distance with less detail. Try fixing in Preferences-Graphics Tab first, check the custom box, under Mesh Detail -> pull the slider named Objects fully to the right. This should be sufficient for regular purposes. High detailed close ups (ctrl-0) zooming, however requires latest hardware and further upscaling of SL’s viewer settings.

(if you havent known about this powerful feature for taking photographs, check it out! ctrl-0 zooms in (telephoto), ctrl-8 zooms out (wide angle lens) , ctrl-9 resets to the normal field of view. Things look less bulged and distorted when zooming in and especially portraits look better with that.) More so than the boots, small prims like jewelery will suffer from low Level-Of-Detail settings.

Here is how you can make sure your Bax boots (and other things) look good all the time!

Debugging LOD
———————
LOD-2Debugging your LOD settings is something that will force all your sculpties to keep their correct shape. This is how to do it:

1. Show the “Advanced” menu with Ctrl-Alt-D, or Opt-Ctrl-D on a Mac.
2. Select “debug settings” near the bottom.
3. In the blank space, copy and paste the word:

RenderVolumeLODFactor

4. The preferences slider range sets this value between 0 and 2, set it to 4-5 here to get all your prims looking great. Then close the window.

NOTE: Unlike increasing your draw distance, this will NOT create much more lag for yourself or none for those around you! And it will improve the look of all objects.

[4]

My Feet twitch when I wear them, what can I do about that?

BAX Ankle Boots have a built in ‘Foot Fixer’ to keep your feet from bending at awkward angles when using poses or AOs. If your feet twitch, your own AO/Pose animation and Foot Fixer may be in conflict. You can turn off the Foot Fixer. Click on a boots for the Menu, then click the Buttons [Walks/Feet]->[Free Feet]. You can turn it back on to fix you feet.

[5]

How do I change their color?

Some Bax Ankle boots have various shades for the main boot color.   Black suede, brown suede, red suede, red patent and pink patent all have multiple shades available in the ankle boot.

Wear your Bax Ankle boots, click on the boots and a menu will appear in the upper right hand corner of your screen.  On the menu, look for the option [COLORS] and select.  Then look for the option MAIN – this is for the main boot color.  From here, you can choose the colors available to the boot.  Color cannot be customized for the main boot base.

[6]

None of the above

You didn’t find an answer here or at Bax FAQ, you have a question that is not mentioned?
At our Main-store you can direct your question to a BAX Customer Service Representative (CSR) if present, register a request at the Service Terminal or use the Suggestion Box (leave a Note-card). It’s also possible to write an E-Mail to BaxCoendesigns@googlemail.com either way we will be happy to answer your question.

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  1. […] closely requires also to Debug your RenderVolumeLODFactor in your personal SL™ viewer settings. This issue is not new, but it seems that now it has become even more important, even with all settings on ULTRA you may […]



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