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Old 29-06-2008, 05:06 PM   #1
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I have the .mr material for glass but i wanted to know which property to change to make the glass coloured, like for stained glass windows or fancy glasses.

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I'm assuming you mean mia_material and not the dielectric :x
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i don't know what those are, and where do you find that menu?
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Thats the attribute editor for the mia_material and since you don't recognize this, I will have to ask, what material exactly are you using?
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i just followed a tutorial that told me how to make it in hypershade.
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Ok, but the tutorial had to tell you what material/shader to apply to your geometry. For example, blinn or lambert, phong etc.
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