Eye mods for Villager do not work?

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I have tried editing the eye .DDS files of Villager's eyes. However, they instead appear normally, but with weird glitchy pixels covering them. I think this may be to do with file size, but I would not know. Other custom textures on the villager that I have made work. Only edits to the eyes don't work.

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    I think I know what your problem is. Open up the modified model.nut. Look at your textures. If they for some reason now have some weird glitchy area, then just get a copy of the dds from one of the default models, edit it, and then save it and inject it. Make sure you keep that dds file for a little bit. After injecting open the model.nut again to make sure it's fine. If not, open that file and replace it with the saved dds file. Inject it again and you should have fixed it.
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    Posted by Supershyguy

    I think I know what your problem is. Open up the modified model.nut. Look at your textures. If they for some reason now have some weird glitchy area, then just get a copy of the dds from one of the default models, edit it, and then save it and inject it. Make sure you keep that dds file for a little bit. After injecting open the model.nut again to make sure it's fine. If not, open that file and replace it with the saved dds file. Inject it again and you should have fixed it.

    I actually sorted this out. The formatting on the .DDS files was wrong, thanks for the input though :)
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    Posted by Supershyguy

    I think I know what your problem is. Open up the modified model.nut. Look at your textures. If they for some reason now have some weird glitchy area, then just get a copy of the dds from one of the default models, edit it, and then save it and inject it. Make sure you keep that dds file for a little bit. After injecting open the model.nut again to make sure it's fine. If not, open that file and replace it with the saved dds file. Inject it again and you should have fixed it.

    I actually sorted this out. The formatting on the .DDS files was wrong, thanks for the input though :)
    No problem.
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