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  • margesimpson2000
    3y ago
    margesimpson2000
    I did it !! thank you so much !!
  • margesimpson2000
    3y ago
    margesimpson2000
    Many thanks! you are very kind !
  • Daisy320
    3y ago
    Daisy320
    I just saw that it cut my explanation off . . so here is continues . . .find photos online, upload them where it says upload. Then once you have an inventory, click and drag to the right of the grid and you will see a box pop up that says "apply scenery". Release the photo there. It will show up when you take a 3D photo. Not all photos work equally well. You may have to try 6-8 before you get one that fits just right. At the bottom of anyone's design you can see three little dots on the bottom right. Hold your mouse over it, it says "remix". Click on that and you have access to see how someone put a design together...it does not affect the original design but I learned a lot by taking apart someone's design to see how they did something. I really suggest you do that, often, and read the manual and view the tutorial videos. Visit the FORUM listed at the bottom of the home page . . .it helps. 
    Good luck....ask me anytime whatever you need help with. They are also very helpful on the forum
  • Daisy320
    3y ago
    Daisy320
    Margiesimpson - You asked on my design how to add scenery and I see you haven't done so on your designs. It's a good idea to view the tutorials they have listed in the FORUM as well as download the manual. I learned a lot by doing so. Also, click on each button and see what you can do, explore the site, see what capabilities there are and play around with them.  
    With that said, when you are in a design, look to your left to the six tabs that get into the various categories such as furniture, paint/flooring, and lighting for your room. The FIFTH tab down looks like a clipboard. Click on it. 
    A section will pop out that has PHOTOS, ROOM ITEMS and ROOM MATERIALS. The items tab shows you all the items you have used and have on your grid for that design. The materials tab does the same thing as far as paint color, flooring, etc. I sometimes have to refer to that to look up the matching paint color or floor name, etc. 
    In the PHOTOS tab, you will see that is says UPLOAD IMAGE. Here is where