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  1. Greetings, fellow Jedi! Hope y'all having a good time. I am here to ask; Are there any consequences for a model that is missing a letter(s) on its node? I'm pointing to the vanilla comm_a_m model which appeared in the game as Asian commoners head appearance. Particularly this variant: Big thanks to @Thor110 for referencing Simple Model Viewer on [WIP] Expanded Galaxy Mod thread; very helpful tool to provide quick-detailed screenshot for the model and its texture! Here's also a screenshot of the model's information, opened with MDLedit: As we can see there; usually in any other head models [including its counterpart comm_a_m2] they are written as eyeRA and eyeLA respectively, which leads me to asking the forum about the matter. I hope the information provided is sufficient, and many thanks for considering this.