Omega Add-Ons – Caboodle Hoohoo Cover

Omega Add-On: Caboodle Hoohoo Cover

Do you have Maitreya? Would you like a bit less detail…ya know… down there?
This beautifully meshed hoo hoo cover created by the talented Caboodle will do it for ya!

The Details: 

  • What is it? A tiny bit of mesh that sits over your lady bits creating a smooth appearance. Handy when:
    • You want a more modest look.
    • You have a furred or scaled avi where it doesn’t make sense to have much detail there.
    • You want a male or androgynous avi.
  • Omega Add-on: This Mesh is distributed by Omega and Comes with Omega Built in!  No need to install anything!
  • Creator Info: This Mesh was created by Caboodle. Scripting, distribution, and support are all provided by Omega Solutions.
  • Permissions: Copy/Modify/No-Trans
  • Omega Advanced and Evolved Features:
    • Materials: This kit DOES support Omega Material Appliers
    • Tinting: This kit DOES support Omega Tinting Appliers
    • Stand-Alone Materials: This kit DOES support Stand Alone Materials.
  • Clothing Layers:
    • None, fits UNDER the Maitreya clothing.
  • Mesh Type:  Fitmesh: This item is a fitmesh item and requires a fitmesh friendly viewer to view properly.
  • See what people are saying about it:

 

FAQ

Any cool add-ons I should know about?

For this mesh directly? No, but if you’re wearing Maitreya, you should check out all of these:
Empire has mesh nails for this mesh!
V-Tech makes a cool pectoral plate to turn this mesh into a male one ^.^

Is there a Demo?
Nope

Where can I get it?
https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Omega-System-Add-Ons-Caboodle-Hoo-Hoo-Cover/13932729

How Much is the Mesh? 
99L

It’s not working! T.T
Check out our handy troubleshooting tips:

Basic Trouble Shooting

Basic Trouble Shooting!

If you’re here, either you’re seeing this section embedded on an instructions page or you’ve been sent here because your Omega Isn’t working!

Things to Try when appliers aren’t working:

  1. Verify you’re on a sim that allows scripts. Easiest way: Toggle something on your Mesh HUD to see if it reacts.
  2. Attach the Relay or Installer that came with your Omega Kit.
    1. The Name of the Kit should match the Name of your Mesh. Ie, you should have a Maitreya Relay for Maitreya or a Logo Installer for Logo.
    2. If it’s an installer, click it and verify all your bits say “Thank you” in local chat. If it doesn’t say thank you, grab a redelivery of your mesh or open a new copy.
    3. If it’s a relay, keep it attached.
  3. Verify your mesh layers are turned ON. Mosts Body Meshes and some head meshes let you toggle your layers on and off. Sometimes, this will make it look like applier’s aren’t working. Take a moment to toggle them ALL off, and then back on.
  4. Check for Alpha-Glitch issues. Do this by turning all, or all but 1 of your body layers to Masking.
  5. Verify it’s not an applier issue. Take the applier to one of our inworld Mannequins and try it there. If it works, nothing is wrong with the applier. If it DOESN’T work, you may need to contact the applier creator.
  6. Verify you didn’t bork your Mesh. Many meshes now feature methods to remove their scripts. It helps with lag on RP sims. This does mean that occasionally a customer accidentally clicks on these buttons, ruining their ability to use appliers or their hud. To check, simply play with Mesh HUD to make sure the body is still reacting to it.  The easiest way is likely to play with the Alpha hud. If that works, you should be ok. If you DID bork your mesh, just grab a redelivery of your mesh or open a new copy.
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I still need help with this mesh/kit!

  • First, try The Omega Solutions Support Group:  secondlife:///app/group/276e12ea-52c3-008f-d6c9-31fc8bd2ba73/about or Click Here
  • If you don’t find help there, contact our CSR: FreyasFashions Resident OR Fill out a Support Ticket

Remember when asking for help in ANY support group to be polite and specific with your query. For best results, do not open with “hi” or “can someone help me?” but instead open with an explanation of the problem. 

Response rate varies based on who is online and what they know, so be patient. Sometimes you can get a delayed response, and sometimes there’s simply not someone online with an answer to your specific question. In this case, try one of the other support groups/options or come back later and try again when more or different people are around.

If you’re not sure if the problem is Omega, don’t stress, just try any of the above support options. If nothing else, they can help you sort out if it’s an Omega problem or something else.