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    I did the above, and still have the same problem...The characcters show, but no showpads

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    Only the shoulder pads need the specific RShoPad, and LShoPad names. That is why XShoPad is used in the ini. The other parts can be named pretty much anything you want.

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    Well, that test showed the answer to be "No."

    I don't know wxactly how much I can get away with in regards to customizing my part names, but I'll just stick to what I'm told, since I have to go through and rename everything now.

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    Ah for the love of ****...
    Is it just the X-L-R that's inportant? My meshes already have an L and R in their names.

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    you don't, they are loaded via sets in the ini file with XShoPad01, your meshes "MUST" be named with LShoPad01 & RShoPad01

    check the UT3 epic character packages for examples

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  • Custom character shoulder pads - please answer fast!

    I'm making a character that has new shoulder pads, but I cannot find any code in the .ini file that distinguished the left on and the right one. WTF?!
    How do I tell unreal which one is the right and which is the lefT?
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