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Betta94 posted a topic in Thirdwire: Strike Fighters 2 Series - Mods & Skinning DiscussionHI As the title said i am a lost soul, i've been reading and areading about the fake pilots mod. But where is it? where can i download it? i can see a lot of mods require it but i cant seem to find a download for it. is this a problem on my end or is the mod impossible to find. Kindest regards Adam
Link to and copy of the Cold Waters Modding Guide by Killerfish Games. Modding Guide By Killerfish Games
vmiess posted a topic in Thirdwire: Strike Fighters 2 Series - General DiscussionI Have all the Strikefighters2 titles. Downloaded WW2 Europa-Pacific and Afrika (Med) ww2 Eu is running nice ww2 Pacific can i not install? ww2 Afrika is installd, but there is no gunsight on any planes in the mod? Anybody knows what is Wrong? vmiess.
Centurion-1 posted a topic in Thirdwire: Strike Fighters 2 Series - Mods & Skinning DiscussionHi So this is an idea I've been toying with lately, whose main purpose is to facilitate cockpit making, especially for people new to the game and engine. As it stands now we have a couple of outstanding cockpit makers like Brain32, Stary and Julhelm just to name a few, whose work is excellent. We also have many up-and-coming modders who are just now making their first works in SF2, like me or Sophocles. For me making a cockpit has not been difficult because of aesthetic reasons but technical ones, setting up all the instruments and so forth. To bridge this gap I was hoping we could, as a community, create a set of MAX files with instruments freely available to the community complete with commented INI files. This means creating a cockpit would mostly be about creating the mesh, then the aspiring modder could just open up the instrument max file and pick all the appropriate instruments and place them in his cockpit. Over time the library could be expanded to include most common US, Soviet and French instruments, as a lot of the instruments are standard on many different aircraft or at least very similar. So now I would ask you, the experienced modders, to give us newbies a hand by giving your instruments . I'm willing to do all the compilation work, basically you would just have to open your cockpit file, delete everything except the gauges and needles (and other assets you are willing to part with that might be of use), save as a different file and send it to me. I will then compile all the gauges to a file which I will put up for download. Regarding the textures these can be sent in any way you please, I will then cut out the unnecessary bits (if any) for minimal file size. And be sure to also send the INI files of your cockpits so that it is basically a cut'n'paste affair to make them work. If you care to comment the files, all the better! I'm hoping this project will enable more modders to make more high quality cockpits for the flying pleasure of us all If you have any input please share it here! With hope of co-operation, Cnt