The Jolie Pied OmniHUD layout

This article is no longer relevant to Slink’s current product. (26-07-2013)


The following image is the layout diagram for the Slink OmniHUD version 3.

This HUD is more streamlined and simple than V2.  All the options are on one single page, no more tabs and different pages.

Across the top of the HUD you will find:

  • the RGB button to obtain the current RGB value of your feet for safekeeping or transfer into another HUD.
  • the help button that leads you to these help pages
  • the toggle buttons to turn the invisiprims on or off.  Slink shoes and feet come with the invisiprims turned off by default.  To turn them on, just presse the Yes button

Below the top row you will find:

  • the colour palette used for tinting your feet to match your skins
  • the brightness bar, used in conjunction with the colour palette to fine tune your skin match
  • the skin texture options – this is what shows the details on your feet, the texture of the skin, wrinkles, veins etc.  There are 4 clearly labelled options
  • the space between the skin textures and the logo will contain style specific options where they exist.

Below the colour palette you will find:

  • the resize slider.  Click towards the large end to make the feet bigger, towards the small end to make them smaller.  Reset sets them back at the default 100% that they are packed with.
  • the favourites section.  There are 4 positions for you to save favourite options in this HUD.  Press “save” to save a colour (NOT the dollop above save), and then press the coloured dollop to retrieve your saved colour.  Make sure you note what skin texture you used, so you can retrieve that in the future.
  • The nailpolish buttons – there are 15 natural tones, and 15 polish tones to choose from.  Extra nail HUDs can be bought separately from the Slink store.

The following image is the layout diagram for the SLink OmniHUD version 2.

  1. The colour palette
  2. The Brightness bar
  3. the skin texture changer – changes the actual texture of the feet
  4. the skin tint presets – changes the tint/colour of the feet without changing the texture
  5. Saved colours.  Press the green SAVE button to save your current foot colour to the favourites.  Press the coloured square to tint your feet with that colour.
  6. The resizer bar.  Click to the left of the green dot to make your feet smaller, click to the right to make them bigger.
  7. The reset button.  Resets your feet to factory default size.  Does not effect colour, texture, or toenails.
  8. The get RGB button.  Displays the current RGB value of your feet.  Handy for easy tinting of non-SLink feet.
  9. The help button.  Press this to open the Slink Help Pages where you can browse the FAQ’s, and learn more about SLink products.
  10. The nailpolish changer.  ALL SLink nailpolish HUDs will work with SLink Jolie Pied feet, and the SLink Jolie Nails.  These nailpolishes are incompatible with older style SLink feet, and will not work on non-SLink feet
  11. The options page.  Here you will always find the toggle buttons to turn off the invisiprims, as well as other options that may be available with the style you are wearing, such as closed toe boots, toggle buttons for fullbright, shiny, pawpads, socks and stockings where available.
  12. The navigation tabs.  The active tab is black.  To navigate to any other area, simply press one of the grey tabs to activate that page of the HUD.

12 thoughts on “The Jolie Pied OmniHUD layout

  1. Faerie March 19, 2011 at 12:00 PM

    Can you enter an RGB value directly? My viewer shows me the RGB of my skin – is there anyway to enter those values into the HUD?

  2. Siddean March 19, 2011 at 1:55 PM

    Yes you can, using the command /13 skin red,green,blue and substitute the numbers 🙂

  3. Zalee Winkler September 4, 2011 at 1:49 AM

    I have the beige lulu stilettos and i’m clicking yes to turn on invisiprims since something I’m wearing needs an alpha. The invisiprims aren’t coming on as I still see my regular avatar feet. Any advice?

  4. Siddean September 4, 2011 at 10:27 PM

    Hi Zalee, the Lulu don’t have invisiprims, you need to use the Alpha layer that is included with the shoes 🙂 Or contact me inworld for a set of optional invisiprims! 🙂

  5. Jolie Wonder October 4, 2011 at 4:39 AM

    Hello , I bought long ago the REALISTICS FLAT SLINK JOLIE PIED BAREFEET FLAT And I have been use them long time too , but months ago the hud (both cause has two ) doesn’t work , I didnt care so much cause I dont make any change , but now my skin is darker (tan) and I cant use the foots with it because I cant change the tones , the nails anything , how could I get another hud ? is it maybe cause I need an update hud ? …ty so much , Jolie Wonder

  6. Siddean October 6, 2011 at 1:48 AM

    Please contact me inworld for an update of this product.

  7. Sookey Socke October 7, 2011 at 8:16 AM

    I keep getting these messages in local chat when trying to change my RGB: SLink Jolie Nails Tinting HUD v1.0: Changing your skin to the RGB values you specified.
    [15:04] SLink Jolie Pied OmniHUD V 3 Lulu (WEAR ME): Changing your skin to the RGB values you specified.
    [15:04] SLink Jolie Nails Tinting HUD v1.0: ERROR: Was asked to change chat_input but can’t find how to. Please let the creator of this item know they forgot to tell me!. I have tried using the suggested method of: /13 skin 230,175,137 after inserting my skin’s RGB in it’s place. I bought the chubby pack and am getting peeved. Help, please.

  8. Siddean October 10, 2011 at 3:54 PM

    Hi Sookey, I have contacted you inworld about this, but incase anyone else is reading with the same issue – the message is coming from your Nails HUD which doesn’t understand the command.. “SLink Jolie Nails Tinting HUD v1.0: ERROR” The instructions for listening to the /13 command are not included in the nails HUD script. You can either ignore the error, or detatch the nails tinting HUD before using the /13 skin command.

  9. Lumina Elvehjem August 22, 2012 at 2:51 AM

    Is there a way to kill the scripts once you make a pair you like? (remember to copy em before of course!!)

  10. Siddean August 25, 2012 at 12:10 AM

    No, there is only one script per foot that controls the functionality and one that controls the ankle animation which would mean that the ankles would break and you would never be able to change the toenails on the completed set. The scripts are not resource heavy, they are only active when the HUD sends them a command.

  11. myrdin sommer February 25, 2013 at 9:58 AM

    hi, i have bought the SLink Jolie Pied Barefeet Low omnihud v2.1 a few years back, i like them alot but i never could get the color right for my ava.
    these days i see that in other footstores they give a socks with the package that is called ‘ankle blender’.
    my question is if you have such a thing for my feet, or maybe an update of the whole package!?

    tnx , myrdin

  12. Siddean April 9, 2013 at 12:32 AM

    Hi Myrdin, my mesh feet have been using an ankle blender for over a year now, but the old sculpty Jolie Pied have been retired. May I suggest you take a look at the mesh feet? Especially the new Avatar Enhancements ones I just released which has the ability for skinners to add their body textures for a perfect match. 🙂

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