Unfortunately I don't have the Huedata for Princess Luna. Creating character folders is a feature I've never really used so I'm currently a total noob in that area. I mainly load in each mod one by one and then used the Autohuereg to recolor clothing pieces, making certain clothing pieces invisible, etc.
I'm not quite sure what exactly isn't working for you but here's some tips.
First and foremost make sure you're using the "Loader" which is found here.
If you're trying to load ".png" hair mods click the "modding" tab and then click "Hair" to load the Hairs. Example
If you're tyring to load ".swf" mods such as dynamic hairs, body mods, clothing mods, etc. again, click the "modding" tab and then click "swf" to choose mods in ".swf" format. Example
If you're trying to recolor body mods or clothing mods that you have already loaded, download the "AutohueregV2" (which is found here) go to the "Loader" tab, find the name of the mod, and recolor the mod using the "RGB" sliders. Example
Lastly, If you want to load multiple clothing pieces I suggest using "Moreclothing" mod which can be found here.
Hope this helps.
I see. Once you save a character, how do you actually apply the HueData.txt to the saved character? Is there a keyword you put into Code.txt like "swfMod" or "customHueData"?
in the tab of options appear the mods that you have loaded, below them is the sliding buttons to change the colors and next to them is the button to save the file with the changes of colors to the mods that you loaded.
The Huedata.txt file is automatically loaded as Code.txt or Mods.txt.
I have the same problem in some cases, but with a click on any of the sliding buttons the color will be corrected.Thanks for the response. Would there be any reason why the HueData.txt doesn't load? After clicking on my saved Char, those slider values you mentioned even have the correct values from HueData.txt, but the actual colors are the default ones...