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Quote from: trimet9401fan on Today at 03:46:13 amHowever, how do I get the rear door of the D40LF to look like that of the DE60LF? I poked around at the two models cfg file and can't figure out what to do in the DOORS section. Thanks for your help.https://www.vtransitcenter.com/index.php/topic,672.0.html
Quote from: trimet9401fan on February 12, 2019, 05:51:49 pmHey @Dash5155 sorry to bother you...it seems that this door mod for some reason with the repaint implentation works like 25% of time...because it shows up fine in the Bodewham 200-2014 map whereas in other maps the door just defaults to the DBC door...what is wrong? Log file probably doesn't say anything. I can attach my CTI file if you want to look at it...It shouldn't be happening on a map by map basis. That's weird.
Quote from: Gardevoir on October 30, 2018, 07:26:59 amwhat's the new for the bus ?
Quote from: someone_2 on February 05, 2019, 02:36:49 amIs there any news on this?The last post from the original poster was from over a year ago. Assume the project is cancelled unless they say otherwise and move on. No need to bump the thread asking for updates.
Quote from: The Lycanroc Gamer on February 02, 2019, 08:57:51 amDude: New Flyer never made series hybrid DE60LFRs.Do you mean BAE Series Hybrid DE60LFRs? Cause of course New Flyer made Hybrid DE60LFRs, it's in the "DE" part of the name. However having them packaged with BAE wasn't a thing, so I'm assuming that's what you meant.
Quote from: trimet9401fan on February 01, 2019, 01:31:52 amNo CCTA CTI file references the FL/FR_Door.png file...if doing it with a CTI file doesn't work, it's not doable. There is references in the included powertrain mod CCTA paints but if there is not, then don't try other methods to do so. That is the only supported way to do so.
And even as I created D40<busfile>_2.bus which links to a copied and renamed model\model_d40<busfile>_2.cfg, which then links to a custom FL/FR_Door_2.png, the doors on the bus are not seemingly reading the FL/FR_Door_2.bus file as the color of the doors are still white...
Hmmm.....what did I do wrong??
Again, thanks so much for your help, @Dash5155
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Quote from: trimet9401fan on January 31, 2019, 07:26:29 pmGot it. Thanks!nononono you do it as a repaint. There should be references to the naming in the CCTA repaint folder.
Also would I need to create another instance of the same .bus file and rename it as well as point it to another instance of the model.cfg file (which it is also renamed that has the door mod with custom paint job)?
Quote from: trimet9401fan on January 31, 2019, 03:39:36 pmHey Dash, what are the steps within OMSI Editor to replace the static buses? Mainly I've just replaced static files with the buses files from a bus folder I want the bus to use, but seems like OMSI Editor would make the process much easier.You would use the editor the same way to swap out buses as you would any other object. Play around with it a bit after a while it's self explanatory.
Quote from: trimet9401fan on January 31, 2019, 03:32:41 pmHey Dash and the community --The doors have their own paints, so yeah you have to create new door png files to make it look like it integrates with the rest of the paint.
For the Door Mod that corresponds with SEPTA or D40LF_H2.bus, is the door paint static?
For example, I have a bus paint like the Chicago CTA where the windows have black borders that extends to the front door but the door mod's front door is all-white around, not honoring the paint scheme like the rest of the bus body. Do I need to create another FL/FR_Door.png file with my own paint on it to make it look like it integrates with the rest of the bus paint?
The plain white front door like fine on the SEPTA repaints since pretty much majority of SEPTA's paint is above the windows line.
Thanks so much for your help!