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Dear all,

Any idea what's the default leafs' bitmaps path, while using the nXt-downloaded trees?

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If you click on the leaf image, dialogue box opens. There is a file name selected already, containing full path of the image (when I did it, it was set to "C:\Program Files\AccuRender nXt\Support\Plants\Leaves\Leaf001.png" for that default tree), though the current path of the dialogue was elsewhere ("Libraries\Documents"). All that while I am on WIN7 64bit ultimate.

Thx George, I've found what I was looking for - your clou were crucial.  :)
BTW - I spent some time creating conifers, relevant to the site I work on, so help yourself if needed.. 

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Thank you Maciej. Nice conifers, look very nice. I wonder if your foliage bitmaps are embedded in plant files or it just uses some default coniferous foliage.

Default, with some retouche.. Saturation, hue, etc..

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