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  1. View File Screen Overhaul - (1920 x 1080) Strike Fighter Project 2 – Screen Overhaul v1.2 Customizable Edition The new version of SF2 Screen Overhaul 1.2 is now released. Here is the following screen this mod completely overhaul: - Main screen - Single mission screen - Mission editor screen - Hangar (Default) screen - Loadout screen - Planning screen - Roster screen - Campaign screen - Campaign editor screen - Pilot records screen - Options screen It does not yet cover another screen. It is work in progress (WIP) for now. What I am seeking for is feedback that will help me improving the mod further. It is one of my biggest projects I ever worked on for SF2. It gave me opportunity to grow a new skill I enjoy doing. NOTE: Now that SF2 Screen Overhaul is becoming a customizable version. If you make any mods that adds or change anything to this mod, please add my name and mod name to your credit part. You can contact me by PM in CombatAce (I am known as Eagle114th there) or Strike fighter series Discord chat (My username is Magic Dragon, so you can find me there too.) Version 1.2 NOTES: Buttons customization instruction: In Menu folder (SF2 mod folder), you will see various SF2 screen named as “BUTTONS_HANGAR, MAIN, OPTIONS, etc...), there are folders for each button. In order, to change the color of buttons, go to one of button folder, you will see different folders for various color. Copy the file from there and overwrite the files in any BUTTONS_(SCREEN) folder. For example, in BUTTONS_HANGAR, if I want to change the color of “LOADOUT” square button to blue; I go to the folder “LOADOUT”, then “Blue” folder, copy the files: LOADOUT0.bmp, LOADOUT1.bmp, and LOADOUT2.bmp. Then I paste (Overwrite) the files in BUTTONS_HANGAR. Screens and Buttons customization Templates In different “BUTTONS_(different screen names)”, there are folder “_Templates’. You can use it to change the designs, colors, or anything you want to do with the screen background or buttons. This mod uses a font known as Orbitron. I included it in _Fonts folder. I want to express my sincerely big THANKS to Menrva, Wrench, UllyB, Daddyairplanes, Wilches, JosefK, FalonCAF, and everyone else in CombatAce community for making this possible. You all have been a huge help. Because of Operation Desert Storm 30 years anniversary great mod, I was able to study the codes on how SF2 menu work, which led me into developing new menu for SF2. This mod is truly fun to fly in SF2. If anyone hasn’t tried it yet, I highly recommend it. There are detailed instruction that explains how to install in the proper ways in README file. LEASE READ IT BEFORE INSTALLING! I included the plans for the next version in the readme too. The feedback are always welcomed! Submitter Eagle114th Submitted 05/18/2021 Category Menus  
  2. Screen Overhaul - (1920 x 1080)

    Version 1.2

    195 downloads

    Strike Fighter Project 2 – Screen Overhaul v1.2 Customizable Edition The new version of SF2 Screen Overhaul 1.2 is now released. Here is the following screen this mod completely overhaul: - Main screen - Single mission screen - Mission editor screen - Hangar (Default) screen - Loadout screen - Planning screen - Roster screen - Campaign screen - Campaign editor screen - Pilot records screen - Options screen It does not yet cover another screen. It is work in progress (WIP) for now. What I am seeking for is feedback that will help me improving the mod further. It is one of my biggest projects I ever worked on for SF2. It gave me opportunity to grow a new skill I enjoy doing. NOTE: Now that SF2 Screen Overhaul is becoming a customizable version. If you make any mods that adds or change anything to this mod, please add my name and mod name to your credit part. You can contact me by PM in CombatAce (I am known as Eagle114th there) or Strike fighter series Discord chat (My username is Magic Dragon, so you can find me there too.) Version 1.2 NOTES: Buttons customization instruction: In Menu folder (SF2 mod folder), you will see various SF2 screen named as “BUTTONS_HANGAR, MAIN, OPTIONS, etc...), there are folders for each button. In order, to change the color of buttons, go to one of button folder, you will see different folders for various color. Copy the file from there and overwrite the files in any BUTTONS_(SCREEN) folder. For example, in BUTTONS_HANGAR, if I want to change the color of “LOADOUT” square button to blue; I go to the folder “LOADOUT”, then “Blue” folder, copy the files: LOADOUT0.bmp, LOADOUT1.bmp, and LOADOUT2.bmp. Then I paste (Overwrite) the files in BUTTONS_HANGAR. Screens and Buttons customization Templates In different “BUTTONS_(different screen names)”, there are folder “_Templates’. You can use it to change the designs, colors, or anything you want to do with the screen background or buttons. This mod uses a font known as Orbitron. I included it in _Fonts folder. I want to express my sincerely big THANKS to Menrva, Wrench, UllyB, Daddyairplanes, Wilches, JosefK, FalonCAF, and everyone else in CombatAce community for making this possible. You all have been a huge help. Because of Operation Desert Storm 30 years anniversary great mod, I was able to study the codes on how SF2 menu work, which led me into developing new menu for SF2. This mod is truly fun to fly in SF2. If anyone hasn’t tried it yet, I highly recommend it. There are detailed instruction that explains how to install in the proper ways in README file. LEASE READ IT BEFORE INSTALLING! I included the plans for the next version in the readme too. The feedback are always welcomed!
  3. Good afternoon everyone, I have the questions about MENU coding. I am stuck on a few problems with my own menu projects: --------------------------------------------------------- 1) I saved buttons as .png, and it has an alpha background (transparent) NOTE: I am supposed to save it as .jpg right? It still shows a black background around it. I tried setting TransparentBackground= to TRUE, still won't work. --------------------------------------------------------- 2) I want to change between three image files. MouseOverAnimation=Animation_InstantAction1 MouseDownAnimation=Animation_InstantAction2 MouseDownAnimation=Animation_InstantAction3 These codes are from [InstantActionHotspot] in MAINSCREEN.INI [InstantActionHotspot] MenuItemType=HOTSPOT UseHotSpotImage=FALSE GenerateEventMessage=TRUE NormalAnimation=Animation_InstantAction1 MouseOverAnimation=Animation_InstantAction1 MouseDownAnimation=Animation_InstantAction1 Position=500,150 SelectedAnimation= DisabledAnimation= TextSetting= TextStringID= TextPosition= InfoTextSetting=InfoTextSetting InfoTextStringID=TXT_MENU_INSTANTACTION_INFO It won't change between three images. It still only display one image, even when I move a mouse cursor over it. Here is the code: [InstantActionHotspot] MenuItemType=HOTSPOT UseHotSpotImage=FALSE GenerateEventMessage=TRUE NormalAnimation=Animation_InstantAction1 MouseOverAnimation=Animation_InstantAction1 MouseDownAnimation=Animation_InstantAction1 Position=500,150 SelectedAnimation= DisabledAnimation= TextSetting= TextStringID= TextPosition= InfoTextSetting=InfoTextSetting InfoTextStringID=TXT_MENU_INSTANTACTION_INFO [Animation_InstantAction1] AnimationFilename=InstantAction1.jpg LoopingAnimation=TRUE NumFrames=1 TicksPerFrame=0 TransparentBackground=TRUE Width=150 Height=40 [Animation_InstantAction2] AnimationFilename=InstantAction1.jpg LoopingAnimation=TRUE NumFrames=1 TicksPerFrame=0 TransparentBackground=TRUE Width=150 Height=40 [Animation_InstantAction3] AnimationFilename=InstantAction1.jpg LoopingAnimation=TRUE NumFrames=1 TicksPerFrame=0 TransparentBackground=TRUE Width=150 Height=40 Any advice and tips are appreciated as always.
  4. View File SF2 - Menu (UI) Expansion Eagle114th's SF2 Menu (UI) Expansion v1.2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is a second version of SF2 UI Expansion mod. If you face any bugs or problems, please inform me. The purpose of this mod is to expand / improve the SF2 UI. In the first version, it does two things: 1) Change the aircraft list when displaying the list. Aircraft list are sorted by nation first. There are three versions: a. Version #1: Nations’ multi-branches are combined, so you’ll see (USN / USMC) A-4s or (RN / RAF) F-4Ks as an example. If aircraft have skins for a multi-nations, it will have ‘>>’ at end of aircraft name. b. Version #2: There are both symbol ‘>’ and ‘>>’. For any aircraft that is used by multi-branches, will use ‘>’, while any aircraft with skins for a multi nations will have ‘>>’ at the end of name. c. Version #3: Same as version 2 with simplified year tag. Instead of (19XX), it will show as ‘XX. 2) RWR and RADAR being displayed on the screen, there are 4 versions: a. Version #1: RWR + RADAR upper right corner b. Version #2: RWR + RADAR upper left corner c. Version #3: RWR (upper left corner) + RADAR (upper right corner) d. Version #4: RADAR (upper left corner) + RWR (upper right corner) Plans for next version: - New menu + GUI (WIP) - Make smaller version of RWR + RADAR - If time permits, will work on ordinance list, so they will be sorted by type of ordinance before the name. The feedback are always appreciated! ENJOY! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- INSTALLATION: Note: This mod is covers all aircraft in SF2 with all expansion pack and DLCs. (AIRCRAFT) 1) MAKE A BACK UP COPY OF AIRCRAFT folder in Strike Fighters Project 2 mod directory. It can be found in this directory: SF2 (Main folder) -> Objects -> Aircraft 2) In Aircraft Sorting List folder, choose one of three versions, and then copy and drop Objects folder in SF2 mod main directory. (ORDINANCE) 1) MAKE A BACK UP COPY OF WEAPONS folder in Strike Fighters Project 2 mod directory. It can be found in this directory: SF2 (Main folder) -> Objects -> Weapons 2) In Ordinance Sorting List folder, copy and drop Objects folder in SF2 mod main directory. (RWR + RADAR) 1) MAKE A BACK UP COPY of HUDDATA.INI in FLIGHT folder in SF2 Main directory. 2) In RWR + Radar folder, choose one version of six versions, and then copy and drop Flight folder in SF2 mod directory. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- UPDATE LOG: v1.0 - First version of SF2 Menu (UI) Expansion v1.2 - Added extra options for RWR + RADAR with half sized version (See Version #1A and #2A screenshot in RWR + RADAR folder) - Added Ordinance Sorting list --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Current projects - SF2 new MENU and GUI (WIP) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PERMISSION: Please contact me first if you want to use my mod for any purposes. Eagle114th / MagicDragon116 Submitter Eagle114th Submitted 04/21/2021 Category Menus  
  5. SF2 - Menu (UI) Expansion

    Version 1.2

    90 downloads

    Eagle114th's SF2 Menu (UI) Expansion v1.2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is a second version of SF2 UI Expansion mod. If you face any bugs or problems, please inform me. The purpose of this mod is to expand / improve the SF2 UI. In the first version, it does two things: 1) Change the aircraft list when displaying the list. Aircraft list are sorted by nation first. There are three versions: a. Version #1: Nations’ multi-branches are combined, so you’ll see (USN / USMC) A-4s or (RN / RAF) F-4Ks as an example. If aircraft have skins for a multi-nations, it will have ‘>>’ at end of aircraft name. b. Version #2: There are both symbol ‘>’ and ‘>>’. For any aircraft that is used by multi-branches, will use ‘>’, while any aircraft with skins for a multi nations will have ‘>>’ at the end of name. c. Version #3: Same as version 2 with simplified year tag. Instead of (19XX), it will show as ‘XX. 2) RWR and RADAR being displayed on the screen, there are 4 versions: a. Version #1: RWR + RADAR upper right corner b. Version #2: RWR + RADAR upper left corner c. Version #3: RWR (upper left corner) + RADAR (upper right corner) d. Version #4: RADAR (upper left corner) + RWR (upper right corner) Plans for next version: - New menu + GUI (WIP) - Make smaller version of RWR + RADAR - If time permits, will work on ordinance list, so they will be sorted by type of ordinance before the name. The feedback are always appreciated! ENJOY! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- INSTALLATION: Note: This mod is covers all aircraft in SF2 with all expansion pack and DLCs. (AIRCRAFT) 1) MAKE A BACK UP COPY OF AIRCRAFT folder in Strike Fighters Project 2 mod directory. It can be found in this directory: SF2 (Main folder) -> Objects -> Aircraft 2) In Aircraft Sorting List folder, choose one of three versions, and then copy and drop Objects folder in SF2 mod main directory. (ORDINANCE) 1) MAKE A BACK UP COPY OF WEAPONS folder in Strike Fighters Project 2 mod directory. It can be found in this directory: SF2 (Main folder) -> Objects -> Weapons 2) In Ordinance Sorting List folder, copy and drop Objects folder in SF2 mod main directory. (RWR + RADAR) 1) MAKE A BACK UP COPY of HUDDATA.INI in FLIGHT folder in SF2 Main directory. 2) In RWR + Radar folder, choose one version of six versions, and then copy and drop Flight folder in SF2 mod directory. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- UPDATE LOG: v1.0 - First version of SF2 Menu (UI) Expansion v1.2 - Added extra options for RWR + RADAR with half sized version (See Version #1A and #2A screenshot in RWR + RADAR folder) - Added Ordinance Sorting list --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Current projects - SF2 new MENU and GUI (WIP) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PERMISSION: Please contact me first if you want to use my mod for any purposes. Eagle114th / MagicDragon116
  6. Hello everyone, I am working on a new menu for SF2. It is a slow WIP. I will share the progress here. For now, I have created two screens as my rough draft / conceptual arts. I am working on creating 3D looking buttons and Is still learning how to edit .ini files from various menu mods. I always wanted a Jane's Fighter Anthology style GUI / Menu for SF2. Now I have decided to give it a try! Here are screenshots SF2 Main Menu Mission Briefing (WIP, I am still tweaking and adding a few more items) Here are three versions of buttons: Regular, mouse hovering over it, and mouse clicking. Feedback are always appreciated.
  7. View File Wings Over World Menu Screens Wings Over World Menu Screens January 13th, 2019 (1st Release) by Menrva >For Strike Fighters 2 games This package is my personal conversion of the beautiful Strike Fighters: Project One menu screens, with a number of enhancements for use in Strike Fighters 2. The main menu screen is a reworked version of the NACA Main Screen released by Camouflage (Checksix-fr.com). The title I chose for the main menu screen is "Strike Fighters: Wings Over World", in honor of the old WOE/WOV/WOI series of SF1 games. I find this name suitable for those who have a large mod folder spanning different world scenarios. Here below a quick summary of enhancements and additions: -All the music tracks from the SF games have been included; now there's a unique track for each screen. -Hangar Screen has got the hangar noise sounds which were present in the SF1 games. -Option to turn Lens Flare off as in the SF1 games is back. -Opportunity to change pilot at the Campaign Screen is reintroduced, as in the SF1 games. -Briefing Screen has been reintroduced for eye-candy (it has a small string "bug" with certain missions, since ThirdWire's removal of the FAC mission type). -Added generic _briefing.ini files for all the stock SF2 terrains (terrains without a _briefing.ini file might cause CTDs when accessing the Briefing Screen). -Added the missing PILOTPIC25 bitmap which is available in the SF1 games. -Loading Screen shows a generic runway and a new, longer loading sound is used. -Mission Editor DLC is supported with a new screen in the same style of the other screens. -Campaign Customizer DLC is supported with a new screen in the same style of the other screens. -Disabled unnecessary functions of the the System Menu, such as accessing ThirdWire's online site for viewing the game manual. As a bonus, the package includes 42 single missions taking place across all theatres of the SF2 series; most of them have been made by ThirdWire and released in their SF1 games. Five single missions are Instant Action scenarios of Strike Fighters 2, which I converted to be choosable and playable in the Single Missions Screen. Additional missions include historical scenarios created by guyran for the Israel theater. I renamed all single missions to use a nicer naming convention. Needless to say, all SF2 titles must be installed to be able to play all the missions. In addition, I have tweaked some Flight folder files to improve the realism of the game's HUD and in-game map. Since users may not like such changes, those files are not included by default, they must be installed manually. They can be found inside the "(Additional Tweaks)" folder. Here below a quick summary of changes they bring: -Disabled all the unuseful Labels when viewing the in-game map. -Disabled the arcade cones; lock your target and press F4 to visually track it. -Tweaked icons' colours so that they match the text's colours. -The in-game text background is less noticeable. -Text's font is now different, it is generally smaller and less obtrusive. -No more red and blue arcade squares when locking objects on; a faint yellow square is now used. -The white triangle showing the next waypoint is now a faint yellow, unlike the default strong white. -Disabled the radar box display; check the radar of your plane's cockpit, instead. >Credits (in no particular order): -ThirdWire, for the fantastic menu screens which are included in the stock SFP1 game. -kout, for the System Menu icon I have taken from his SF1 Grey Main Menu Replacement mod. -Camouflage, for the NACA Main Screen (still available at the archives of Checksix-fr.com), which I have reworked. -HomeFries, for the planning map enhancements available in his Semi-Transparent Map Icons package. -Viper63a, for the Loading sound, which I got from one of his menu mods. -paulopanz, for collecting and updating guyran's WOI custom missions properly to SF2 standards. -guyran, for the original custom missions he created for Wings Over Israel. -KJakker, for his interest and welcome support. >Disclaimer: This is a freeware; yet it can be redistributed ONLY in other CombatACE mods/mod packages. Any changes to the package's files and/or any copy-and-paste attempts of their contents are NOT authorized if you plan to release them in other mods. But permission might be granted to those who request it to me at CombatACE. This mod may NOT in any way, shape or form be used in any payware additions. Submitter Menrva Submitted 01/13/2019 Category Menus  
  8. Wings Over World Menu Screens

    Version 1.4

    385 downloads

    Wings Over World Menu Screens January 13th, 2019 (1st Release) by Menrva >For Strike Fighters 2 games This package is my personal conversion of the beautiful Strike Fighters: Project One menu screens, with a number of enhancements for use in Strike Fighters 2. The main menu screen is a reworked version of the NACA Main Screen released by Camouflage (Checksix-fr.com). The title I chose for the main menu screen is "Strike Fighters: Wings Over World", in honor of the old WOE/WOV/WOI series of SF1 games. I find this name suitable for those who have a large mod folder spanning different world scenarios. Here below a quick summary of enhancements and additions: -All the music tracks from the SF games have been included; now there's a unique track for each screen. -Hangar Screen has got the hangar noise sounds which were present in the SF1 games. -Option to turn Lens Flare off as in the SF1 games is back. -Opportunity to change pilot at the Campaign Screen is reintroduced, as in the SF1 games. -Briefing Screen has been reintroduced for eye-candy (it has a small string "bug" with certain missions, since ThirdWire's removal of the FAC mission type). -Added generic _briefing.ini files for all the stock SF2 terrains (terrains without a _briefing.ini file might cause CTDs when accessing the Briefing Screen). -Added the missing PILOTPIC25 bitmap which is available in the SF1 games. -Loading Screen shows a generic runway and a new, longer loading sound is used. -Mission Editor DLC is supported with a new screen in the same style of the other screens. -Campaign Customizer DLC is supported with a new screen in the same style of the other screens. -Disabled unnecessary functions of the the System Menu, such as accessing ThirdWire's online site for viewing the game manual. As a bonus, the package includes 42 single missions taking place across all theatres of the SF2 series; most of them have been made by ThirdWire and released in their SF1 games. Five single missions are Instant Action scenarios of Strike Fighters 2, which I converted to be choosable and playable in the Single Missions Screen. Additional missions include historical scenarios created by guyran for the Israel theater. I renamed all single missions to use a nicer naming convention. Needless to say, all SF2 titles must be installed to be able to play all the missions. In addition, I have tweaked some Flight folder files to improve the realism of the game's HUD and in-game map. Since users may not like such changes, those files are not included by default, they must be installed manually. They can be found inside the "(Additional Tweaks)" folder. Here below a quick summary of changes they bring: -Disabled all the unuseful Labels when viewing the in-game map. -Disabled the arcade cones; lock your target and press F4 to visually track it. -Tweaked icons' colours so that they match the text's colours. -The in-game text background is less noticeable. -Text's font is now different, it is generally smaller and less obtrusive. -No more red and blue arcade squares when locking objects on; a faint yellow square is now used. -The white triangle showing the next waypoint is now a faint yellow, unlike the default strong white. -Disabled the radar box display; check the radar of your plane's cockpit, instead. >Credits (in no particular order): -ThirdWire, for the fantastic menu screens which are included in the stock SFP1 game. -kout, for the System Menu icon I have taken from his SF1 Grey Main Menu Replacement mod. -Camouflage, for the NACA Main Screen (still available at the archives of Checksix-fr.com), which I have reworked. -HomeFries, for the planning map enhancements available in his Semi-Transparent Map Icons package. -Viper63a, for the Loading sound, which I got from one of his menu mods. -paulopanz, for collecting and updating guyran's WOI custom missions properly to SF2 standards. -guyran, for the original custom missions he created for Wings Over Israel. -KJakker, for his interest and welcome support. >Disclaimer: This is a freeware; yet it can be redistributed ONLY in other CombatACE mods/mod packages. Any changes to the package's files and/or any copy-and-paste attempts of their contents are NOT authorized if you plan to release them in other mods. But permission might be granted to those who request it to me at CombatACE. This mod may NOT in any way, shape or form be used in any payware additions.
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