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  1. Hi guys I'm trying to convert a NPC texture to a holo aspect in KotOR 1. I've downloaded a free version of GIMP (v2.10) but I never used it before and even following this tutorial: http://lucasforumsarchive.com/thread/209758 I get nothing not even acceptable. I'm not sure if I misunderstanding the instructions or what I'm doing wrong. The only one weird thing I've found is that the tut talks about Transparency degree to apply to the layers and in my GIMP version just there is an Opacity slider that I think could be related. Could someone lead me step by step for do it? Aside, when I created the NPC I gave it a new and unique Tag and TempleteResRef name but using this name in the texture it doesn't work, it just works if I use the original texture name with the new texture file. As to use the new texture I have to place it in the Override folder, the NPC always would use this texture along the game and I want use it just in a new Module I'm working on. I don't know but I guess I have to edit the 'appearance.2da' file and add the new texture. Anyone can confirm that? And, editing the .2da, just need I to copy (and paste it as a new one) the row of the original texture, change its label field to my texture name and, of course, the number of the row? I've read some tutorials but, or I missed things or I haven't found exactly what I'm looking for. I don't like to play with the .2da files, above all if I'm not sure what I'm doing and what can be broken later on in game, so, anyone can guide me in this task as well? Thanks in advance