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I have re installed complete SF2 and updated it. After I copied all content StrikeFighters2 (I backed up before), addon planes are not showing up? I can only see stock planes. May someone tell me what to do?

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what you mean backed up ?...made mod folder ?...erm not sure what you mean...show your install...ie...where folders are etc...and where your options ini is pointing...also what a\c ?...

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seriously, could you be LESS specific as to what exactly you're trying to say??

We can't help you if we don't understand what you're trying to do

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Like Russouk2004 said his SF2 is pointing at the stock folder with the stock planes in it. He needs to change it so it points to the folder he created from his backup. At least that's how I decipher it.

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10 hours ago, Wrench said:

seriously, could you be LESS specific as to what exactly you're trying to say??

We can't help you if we don't understand what you're trying to do

I have backed up entire addons I have downloaded and used including planes, guns, weapons, all addons. After I copy them, I cannot see them in Strike Figthers 2. However, when I copied them in Strike Figthers 2 Europe they are working. I am really confused. 

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post options ini ...(bottom section) and show us where the files you adding are going...take screen of folders

 

example...my installs are (mods)   (in Users\Saved games\ options.ini etc etc point to:......   E:\Strike Fighters\

below is my test install..just basics and no stock a\c etc...

so my options ini is thus...

[Mods]
ModsEnabled=TRUE
Directory=E:\Strike Fighters\SF\Test
Editors=StrikeFighters2

[ScreenShots]
Directory=E:\Strike Fighters\SF\Test\ScreenShots
Format=JPG

Edited by russouk2004
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You ARE putting the "new" files into the correct mods folder, yes??

take a screen shot of your folder tree, and post it here

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On 11/8/2019 at 8:42 PM, Wrench said:

You ARE putting the "new" files into the correct mods folder, yes??

take a screen shot of your folder tree, and post it here

I have re-installed Windows and SF completely, so I will try today. I hope it will work.

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