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surface texture image reversed in 3d rendering

Anonymous
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In ARCH 19 my surface texture image is reversed in 3d and in 3d rendering. ARCH 18 had no problem when a jpg image was uploaded to create a realistic painting in 3d. In ARCH 19, this texture image is now a reversed image, ie. if it was to the right, it shows to the left. In the surface texture box, internal engine, it is correctly loaded and seen. Cinerender is set to match internal. Any thoughts on how to correct this? thanks
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Laszlo Nagy
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Can you post some screenshots?
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Anonymous
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2 screen captures. One surface settings, one 3d screen capture. Image shows reversed from surface settings.

Note: split into 2 replys. Can't get the second attached.
Screen Shot 2015-08-24 at 10.29.25 AM.png

Anonymous
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2 screen captures. One surface settings, one 3d screen capture. Image shows reversed from surface settings.

Note: split into 2 replys. Can't get the second attached.

Anonymous
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Found the answer. In 19 you now have to go to cinerender, open color, there is a mirror on x axis button that needs to be checked. Not the case in 18

Laszlo Nagy
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Thank you for posting the solution for future reference.
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