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  1. Snowstorm
  2. STORM-1737

panel_edit_skin.xml uses confusing historical terminology

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    • Type: Defect
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Trivial
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: Active
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    • Environment:
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    • Test Plan:
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      1)
      Take off all attachments and clothes

      2)
      Click on the Appearance Editor button

      3)
      In the gear menu pick New Body Parts->New Skin

      4)
      Drag a texture from your inventory to the Head texture box: the texture is applied to your avatar's head.

      5) Drag a texture from your inventory to the Upper Body texture box: the texture is applied to your avatar's upper body.

      6) Drag a texture from your inventory to the Lower Body texture box: the texture is applied to your avatar's lower body.

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      1) Take off all attachments and clothes 2) Click on the Appearance Editor button 3) In the gear menu pick New Body Parts->New Skin 4) Drag a texture from your inventory to the Head texture box: the texture is applied to your avatar's head. 5) Drag a texture from your inventory to the Upper Body texture box: the texture is applied to your avatar's upper body. 6) Drag a texture from your inventory to the Lower Body texture box: the texture is applied to your avatar's lower body.

      Description

      Once upon a time, it was thought that the avatar skin wearble would be used for tattoos. Of course they are used for full skin replacements now, and in 2010 a new tattoo layer was added.

      In the skin editor layer, the three textures are still labeled as "Lower Tattoos", "Head Tattoos" and "Upper Tattoos". As V2 is adopted, this is confusing residents who are looking for a place to modify their new style tattoos. It is probably time to change that wording to "Lower Texture" and so on.

      Reproduction steps:

      1. Open the inventory. From the + menu pick New Body Parts > New Skin.
      2. Right-click and Wear the "New Skin" item that was just created.
      3. Right-click "New skin" again and pick edit.
      4. The Appearance floater will look like in the attached image. Note the use of the terms "Head Tattoos", "Upper Tattoo" and "Lower Tattoos" near the top of the floater. Those are the old confusing terms.

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              Reporter:
              cerise Cerise
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