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Discussion in 'Land' started by Dummiesman, Apr 15, 2020.
But that's soooo difficult.
Also you have to have no mods in the folder otherwise it will brake stuff and then add the mods you had in the folder back in.
This should have no incompatibilities with any existing mods.
I know it for some reason it brakes stuff like the mud flaps for the t series,maybe it my computer.?
What are the maps for the 3rd and 4th pictures?
Top 2 are both the ETK test track
Bottom 2 , from left to right, are East Coast USA and American Road
Broken until further notice.
Oh shoot. Is it unknown what wrong with it, or is it like spawning the bus itself do something weird? Also, would this affect the CB-40, too?
One of the modules this relies on (partmgmt) was completely removed and I don't know what the alternative is.
Shame the update broke it, this was the best mod that's probably ever came to BeamNG.
Alright so it turns out I was assuming the worst, the things I were using weren't removed, but they were moved. I've updated the mod and split it into two parts so the main mod is smaller.
It's ~10mb larger than the repo version (not updated yet) because it has some larger textures (ex. mudflaps could be smaller textures on repo version because they don't have words on them, so you can't really tell), and some junk in the model file I haven't cleaned up.
When you have 99.5 miles on the odometer and then you have to reset the progress...
Seriously, though, this is much better than not being able to use it at all; thanks!
When you redownload it the odometer won't reset
even from the thread? Thanks!
Ah, the CB and the FS have their own separate storage file, so if you're switching from the repo version you'll lose the progress
I use only the one from the thread, but I had to delete the old one
This is an amazing mod and a large step-up from the outdated Dansworth bus mod. Love the attention to detail that shows through, such as the togglable fans. The only thing I would suggest is to add the LED upgrades to the stop signs too, for the Modernized buses.
There are LED stop sign lights selectable in the parts selector.
Oh, I didn't realize they were already LED. What I meant was that they could flash in the same way that the upper warning lights do; all buses I've seen IRL with LED lights exhibit that behavior, as far as I'm aware.