my mind is /
a big hunk of irrevocable nothing which touch and taste and smell /
and hearing and sight keep hitting and chipping with sharp fatal /
in an agony of sensual chisels i perform squirms of chrome and ex /
-ecute strides of cobalt /
nevertheless i /
feel that i cleverly am being altered that i slightly am becoming /
something a little different, in fact /
hereupon helpless i utter lilac shrieks and scarlet bellowings.
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Wardrobe.Introduction • Getting Started • A Tutorial • The Wardrobe HUD • The Wardrobe Menu • Taking Snapshots • Wearing Outfits • The Wardrobe Pose Stand • Saving and Restoring Camera Angles • Showing your Wardrobe to Others and Let Others Dress You • The Wardrobe Rezzable Closets • Compatibility with SL Viewers • What Customers Say • Wardrobe Gifts • FAQ
Putting on an Outfit
Putting on an outfit in Wardrobe is simple. Once you have followed the instructions and prepared your inventory (see below), you can put on an outfit with a single click:
When you click either the icon or the "Wear" button, you will see some information chatted by the Wardrobe HUD (this is only visible to you) saying that it tries to find the outfit in your inventory. If you don't see any such information, make sure you are wearing the Wardrobe HUD of version 2 or later. If you see some cryptic messages, make sure you are using a RLV-capable viewer and have RLV turned on (see below).
In order to be able to wear outfits directly through your Wardrobe, certain preconditions have to be met:
If you encounter problems when you try to wear an outfit (Wardrobe strips your, but doesn't put
any clothing back on), check the name of the folder in your SL inventory:
RLV doesn't work when it contains certain special characters. I found that it didn't work when the name contained slashes (/, \), and the folder name
also must not start with a dot (.). Such folders are invisible to RLV. The subfolders containing no-mod attachments can start with a dot, however.
Undress Before You Dress
Wardrobe detaches your current outfit before it puts on the new one.
However, Wardrobe doesn't know what to detach. It tries to guess from the title, the tags, and the remarks you enter what kind of outfit it is
and selects the "detach points" it thinks are suited best.
If more of the outfit is detached than desirable, or less, check the "detach points" for the particular outfit you tried to put on
by opening the edit dialog on the webpage (click the button).
You will see a dialog similar to the one depicted below. Note the section hilighted in red.
The key idea of base outfits is to create shortcuts to frequently used Wardrobe items. E.g., these could be your favorite skins, hairdos, nails, jewelry---items you wear most of the time. So, base outfits are there for you to put on items quickly without having to find them in your Wardrobe first. (Note that base outfits are only useful if you use the Wardrobe for dressing; if you don't want to use any base outfits, you can also hide the bar by clicking Tools > Hide Base Outfits.)
Adding an item to the base outfits bar
To put on an item from your base outfit bar, simply click it.
You can remove an item from your base outfits bar by clicking the (X) icon in the right upper corner of the item.
Further Reading.Wardrobe overview • The Wardrobe HUD • The Wardrobe menu • Taking snapshots • Inworld closets
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