Using appliers on your LAQ mesh head

Always try the free tester first for makeup, or the demo for skin appliers.


Using Omega appliers on LAQ mesh heads

LAQ mesh heads come with Omega pre-installed. There is no kit needed to use Omega appliers.

You can use any Omega face skin on your LAQ mesh head, and any Omega makeup applier. For makeup, touch the top 1/3 button, usually labelled for the default zone (e.g. EYES ZONE for eyeshadow). If you are using the Router HUD (highly recommended) to fine tune your makeup appliers, click the middle part of the button for HUD CONTROL.

Omega Evolved: Omega Evolved makeup appliers do not have a three zone button layout. Click once to apply using the default zone, and twice to activate a popup for fine tuning your cosmetic placement.

To remove makeup, click the Clear button in the LAQ HUD. You can’t remove a skin, but you can replace it with another skin applier or a default from the LAQ HUD.



The Omega applier doesn’t seem to be working on my LAQ head!
Things to try:
1. Make sure no HUDs, even transparent ones, are overlapping your applier. You can temporary show transparent textures by going to Advanced > Highlighting and Visibility > Highlight Transparent. (Don’t see the Advanced menu? Press Ctrl+Alt+D to show it). The LOGO HUD has a large transparent prim that blocks other HUDs – even when minimized.
2. Are you suffering from lag? Try again in a couple of seconds. I have noticed a slight delay on LAQ heads when they are put on.
3. Are you on land that has scripts disabled? If so, your HUDs will not work.

The Omega makeup applier applies to my whole head!
Use the top 1/3 of the button, labelled for the target zone.

The Omega makeup looks cut off or like part of it’s missing!
This can happen with Omega appliers. We creators make our best guess at what zones to use for the applier, but it’s not always perfect. You can use the Router HUD checkboxes to manually set the zones and use the applier again by pressing the HUD CONTROL (middle) section of the button. More info on the Router HUD – click here. It’s highly recommended and FREE!