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MSFS HOW change Rivets e panel line in a model 3D?

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Hi, I'm new to the forum but have been following you for a long time. I redid some textures from a third party package, but I have difficulty making the panel lines transparent, they are different than mine. Is there a method to do this?
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I made the DDS of the rivets and panels image transparent, even the normal ones made completely flat. But the result is what you see in the first image. The other is in blender. Thanks in advance to who will answer me.
 
With this information it is difficult to know what the problem is, nor is it clear to me what you want to correct.
As a general idea, you might want to go to "Shading" in Blender and start playing with the components you use for texturing.
 
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