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Blender 2.8 Recovering unsaved image texture
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Blender randomly closed when going from texture paint mode to layout mode ( it does this often, and yes this is the most recent release of blender) When i recovered the autosave the image texture that i had texture painted in now completely black. However when i go to the drop down menu to select a image texture on the material i can see the texture on the mini icon, meaning that blender still has the texture but has decided to not let me see it? when i view the texture in uv edit mode i also cannot see it. any help is appreciated

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Robert Guetzkow (rjg) closed this task as Archived.EditedJan 29 2021, 2:44 PM

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