ok so this is a message i sent to my friend about jibbin but theres deffinatly some good stuff in it,
ok so jackets are named GhettoJacket.PNG then there is ArmsUp.PNG and ArmsDown.PNG then for pants theres PantsUp.PNG and PantsDown.PNG when you renamethem to .PNG all of these wrap around the body part (so if you made a jacket the left side of the image would be the back and the right side would be the front. Just go to the link below to see some examples
make sure that it changes the file from jpeg to png or else it wont work. you can tell if its a png file is the .png is out of the name or if under properties it says its a png file
you can find jackets/hoodies/talltees here:http://jibbingame.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=4256&sid=5d515c4b7630a484d0eae32d4865085a
and for steeze packs to make your hood different than white get an image that you want to be the hood and save it as hood.PNG
Boots can be found here:http://jibbingame.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=7089&sid=5d515c4b7630a484d0eae32d4865085a
there's more than fulltilt in there, save it as boot.jpeg but you don't need to add jpeg if you want because it will just save it that way.
you can make skis too, just put the topsheet on the left side and bases on the right side. save the left one as Leftski.PNG and the right one as RightSki.PNG
put all of that shit in the main folder (jibbin+) also your bandana is bandana2.PNG and you can have a tall tee coming from under your jacket just name it shirt.PNG.
if you have problems then make sure the names are right, remember the .png will go away when you save somthing as .png, it just changes to the png image format when you name a file with .png at the end but don't worry abot that too much.
ok so grabpacks are pretty simple, so just take the grabpack your using (it will be in the main folder, it's named cross_in6.b3d) and put it in the goodies folder in a folder that describes the grabpack, (ex. move cross_in6.b3d to goodies>wallisch pack)
you can get most of the grabpacks here:
im pretty sure thats everything. oh yeah to get levels just put the .b3d file in level data folder (its in the custom levels folder) then make another folder in the custom levels folder and name it Textures and put everything else from that level in there (except the readme). sometimes it wont have other things but they're just images of signs and graffiti on the sides of rails.
If you having problems with you custom cloths make sure your jacket and pants are set to being just white or else it will color your jacket to that color.
I think thats about it, i don't really want to proof read it if your having other issues with you jibbin then go to the forums here:
or you can pm me on NS
hope this could help