DSTT Skin Creating

Discussion in 'DSTT' started by MixMastahTee, Jan 29, 2009.

  1. MixMastahTee
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    Okay, so I downloaded a skin from this site and edited the images and then saved them all. When I put it on my DSTT and try to load it, it doesn't load. Why is this? When I replace it with a premade skin, it works fine. Help please?

    Also, when I load the skin with the skin creator, it shows up fine, but not on my DS.

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  2. MixMastahTee
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    Help please?
     
  3. Hehe Moo

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    It needs to be in the following location:

    TTMenu>skin>default

    Otherwise it won't work.
     
  4. MixMastahTee
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    I know that much. I'll give you an example. I put a premade skin on there and it worked fine. Then I went to TTMenu > Skin > default and opened the bgUp.bmp and bgDown.bmp in Paint and pasted one I made and simply saved it. Then when I booted my DSTT it worked, but the backgrounds didn't show up. Why?
     
  5. MixMastahTee
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    Any more help, please?

    This is extremely irritating...
     
  6. Hehe Moo

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    Please stop double posting before you get in trouble....

    I think you might be missing some files. Also, check if the files are still bmps.
     
  7. MixMastahTee
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    I only edited the .bmp that was already there and saved it. It's still a .bmp. Does it need to be a specific type of .bmp? There are like four different kinds when you save in Paint. And there are the same amount of files as there previously was.

    Also, sorry for double posting, I just worked for hours trying to figure this out and it's pissing me off. But okay, I'll stop double posting.
     
  8. Hitcher

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    Post them here and we can try them out for you.