Alatros D.Va Fictional Skin F.Sternberg
Posted 17 August 2012 - 07:48
Posted 21 August 2012 - 01:59
Posted 26 August 2012 - 11:18
Spandau.. What else ??
Posted 26 August 2012 - 20:43
A minor problem has seemingly arisen - up to this point I have utilized the respective
skins provided and have also installed several, five to be exact, Historical skin packs - rather a substantive loading for the few Jasta II aircraft I get inherit.
At any rate, just downloaded, and "sorta" installed, the subject D.Va skin. Upon selecting same in "Hangar" (it did get that far), I opened "Start" to find a most resplendent
cockpit, engine and Spandaus, and, the suspended in space radiator control handle - BUT -
Having escaped to the main hangar screen - nothing but big empty space where a D.Va adorned
with the newly appointed (and thought to be "installed" into ROF) skin should have been parked.
I installed the files into the main ROF folder as did I with the Historical Skinpacks - should perhaps they be incorporated elsewhere?
Assistance requested and appreciated.
It would seem I've made two mistakes with this post - one, the above being a reply instead of an original thread, and two, even getting involved with this "skins" business - for one less
than adroit(Me) maneuvering about within these things(PCs), brings about a sharp pain in one's Gonads (Mine)!
Since the above, have managed to locate and download Panthercules' "Sticky Thread Compilation" of 04/21/12 and via that the jpg. to dds. conversion as well as updating my
"Official" ROF skinpack from .013 to current .025. That all works - 'cept I usually fly "Mods On" - large number of "default" planes in those lists.
Then, pushing my luck, brought down two, I believe, "Custom" skins for the D.Va - gross tactical error, have stuck those files damned near everywhere in that ROF main folder - including into "data/graphics/skins", Mods on und Mods off. Not one bit of Joy there. Blew out all the crap I'd so foolishly attempted to install and returned to my Jasta II DEFAULT
D.Va - it flys well und a lesson learned.
The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday
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