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Character sprite looks different in-game

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Hi I'm new to the modding scene and I seem to have a problem with a custom character I'm trying to make.

Basically I can enable the mod and start up a game right? The custom speech I made for the character works, and everything else works except for the actual character itself. 

I followed this when making the mod: 

[Tutorial] Using Extended Sample Character Template

by Dleowolf

Anyway when I was making the sprite everything looked fine until I got in game and saw that my character still looked like the sample character even though I edited everything. I'm going to post a zip of my mod so if anyone is willing to help can poke around and see what is wrong, thank you, once again I'm terribly new to all of this so help would be appreciated.

 

peter.rar

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Lumina    2149

Hmm, i'm not sure, but the character in the .scml file look different than the one in the anim file. So guess that, maybe, the exporting isn't working and it's why you don't see your character ?

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Lumina    2149

I tried with the zip you post in the initial post and it wont create a new file in my game either. I don't know why... I'm not familiar enough with the issue of exporting to help you.

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Joachim    351

Did you rename the build? Did you place the files in an exported folder? Apparently you missed a step in the tutorial, so I would suggest re-reading the tutorial to see what you missed.

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Joachim    351

I can see the error.

You did not rename the build. It is still called template.

Next time it might be a good idea to read every post before you decide to bump it multiple times. It comes across as rude.

Edited by Joachim

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