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#1 12 years ago

Hello,

how can i change my Skin Like This?

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Thank you all ^^

MfG C0rnh0lio




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#2 12 years ago

Does somebody know the answer? :( I need Help please




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#3 12 years ago

It's a mod which makes the Hoth clothing available on the custom character menu.

Search JKFiles for it, it shouldn't be too hard to find.


I don't know how, and I don't know why, but this is totally Sheep's fault.



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#4 12 years ago

Ill give you a link to another one as well http://jediknight2.filefront.com/file/Hoth_Skin_Revealer;56996




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#5 12 years ago

First off people, WHY must you abuse the forum system? I got this negitive rep point on this post... "While you're coddling people, I have some laundry you can do." Back to the topic. I found the file your looking for http://jediknight2.filefront.com/file/Hoth_Gear;20009 .




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#6 12 years ago

I Thank you all for your Help ppl ^^

Sorry for my English




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#7 12 years ago

I think you got negative rep, because you're just giving people the easy way out.

If you advise people on where to start with a task, and then they work things out themselves, they'll be able to carry out the tasks themselves more easily in future, which in turn leads to a generally more intelligent and self-sufficient population.

The opposite, when you just give people everything on a silver platter, is that you get a population of bone-idle lazy, fuzzy-brained and spoiled kids who are too used to handouts to work for themselves, and so they rely on everyone to do everything for them.

Naturally, the first option is encouraged. And, since you always have to "give people a free cookie", pardon the metaphor, I guess someone decided that you're taking the wrong path.

It's not an abuse of the forum system per sé, just that someone awarded negative rep because of a certain belief, which is what the system was made for. If I believe someone did something wrong and therefore awarded negative rep, would I be abusing the system?

[COLOR="DarkOrchid"]*anticipates negative rep for this post, with the message "what kind of BS is that?" attached*[/COLOR]

Oh well, not to worry. I'm not exactly bothered by how many reputation points I have on some forum. It's not like I'll get anywhere in life for having a lot anyway, so I'd rather worry about what goes on in the real world.


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#8 12 years ago
You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Tenrai again.

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Tenrai is absolutely correct. Using the reputation system to give negative points for a post or behavior someone feels is incorrect, improper, or poor is not an abuse. Instead it is precisely what the reputation system was designed for. Someone thought you were coddling the creator of this thread by handing out links and not making him do a simple search for himself - were they wrong? Probably not. That gives them perfect cause to express their distaste in your behavior by awarding you negative reputation.

Besides, it's not like you get some prize for having high reputation. In the future you may want to consider not calling attention to ill behavior by throwing a fit every time someone gives you negative reputation. Rep isn't worth making yourself look like a fool.




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#9 12 years ago

Ah. I also must blame myself for stupidity. Im not that vocabulary inclined and dictionary.coms first definition is "To cook in water just below the boiling point: coddle eggs" Ill follow your guys advice, but im just trying to be helpful.