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  1. Hey guys I'm just posting today to bring up a problem I've encountered when trying to update a truck for my VTC and this sub discussion seems like the appropriate place to ask for feedback and help. As the title says I'm needing some help with Blender. What is Blender you say, Blender is one of the big modelling programs that people use to create new trucks, make trucks standalone, make appropriate edits to models included and not included with ETS2 and hopefully improve your experience overall. Anyway my main problem when trying to update this truck model for my VTC is the black undershadow located underneath the chassis both for the truck and trailer combo I'm using. If you're familiar with editing models or have some knowledge of ETS2 Blender what I'm talking about exactly is the ui_shadow (fakeshadow). I've tried multiple times during the past week to make adjustments and reposition the shadow (moving parts inside the trucks model and adjusting the actual ui_shadow model) with no luck so I thought I would seek out and try to find some more help. If you do have some knowledge using Blender with ETS2, can you please comment below or Personal Message me using the forums messaging system and I do hope not to take up much of your time. Thanks again guys and I do appreciate the time anyone takes to read this and I'll be over the moon if anyone is available and willing to help! Cheers Click
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