Michael Blunck's new graphics [http://www.ttdpatch.de/]

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Re: Michael Blunck's new graphics [http://www.ttdpatch.de/]

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reyasem wrote:
15 May 2020 11:49
Hi everyone. A new guy here.

So, im using the new station grf but there are pink pixels in a lot of the buildings like some texture is missing. Maybe i need to download something before trying it? Or maybe need to update my game? But i just downloaded the game less than a month ago, surely it should be okay, no?
In the newgrf selection menu, when you have newstations selected you should press "toggle palette" This should fix the pink pixels.
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Re: Michael Blunck's new graphics [http://www.ttdpatch.de/]

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Erato wrote:
15 May 2020 12:14
In the newgrf selection menu, when you have newstations selected you should press "toggle palette" This should fix the pink pixels.
It's unclickable. The "set parameters" button works, and toggle palette button is also clickable in other newgrf, but not this one.

Thanks for the quick reply, btw

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Re: Michael Blunck's new graphics [http://www.ttdpatch.de/]

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I forgot to mention that i havent downloaded the ttdpatch 2.6 (r2360) or open ttd r24905, because i have no idea where to get them.

I tried to use the downloadable link in ttdpatch.net front page but i got "invalid cfg line" and well i dont know where to go from there.

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Re: Michael Blunck's new graphics [http://www.ttdpatch.de/]

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you do not need r2360 or r24905 it works just fine in the current openttd version. The > means that a version newer than the one mentioned is needed

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Re: Michael Blunck's new graphics [http://www.ttdpatch.de/]

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reyasem wrote:
15 May 2020 11:49
Hi everyone. A new guy here.

So, im using the new station grf but there are pink pixels in a lot of the buildings like some texture is missing. Maybe i need to download something before trying it? Or maybe need to update my game? But i just downloaded the game less than a month ago, surely it should be okay, no?
If you downloaded the version for OpenTTD/TTD Patch for DOS, then you need to change the palette to "Default (D)" in the NewGRF configuration using the "Toggle Palette" button. If you downloaded the version for TTD Patch for Windows, then you need to delete that and install the version for OpenTTD instead.

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Re: Michael Blunck's new graphics [http://www.ttdpatch.de/]

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kamnet wrote:
15 May 2020 23:29

If you downloaded the version for OpenTTD/TTD Patch for DOS, then you need to change the palette to "Default (D)" in the NewGRF configuration using the "Toggle Palette" button. If you downloaded the version for TTD Patch for Windows, then you need to delete that and install the version for OpenTTD instead.
Using the dos version works, good god, so ive been using the wrong version all this time. I have spent literal hours googling and trying to fix this thing till i give up and went here for advice.

Thank you so much, everyone.

So, when provided with the option to download for Dos or for Windows, i guess i should try the former if the latter doesn't work properly, eh? I have one more newgrf with similar problem, i guess ill try the dos option.

Once again, thanks everyone.

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