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The scale came out rather well, actually. However, I seem to have messed up somehow, because it's stuck at a weird angle and slope... Screenshot attached
So, what did I do wrong? I can think of two things right now.
1. I made it too long.
2. The image files I used are too big.
However, it seems that the colors came out extremely well. So, that's really nice.
Here's one significantly more tuned and modified. Now it kinda fits in with Plastikman's and Long John Sliver's locomotives.
Still like to get the trucks to turn separate from the locomotive. But that's another time.
PS - Long John Sliver or Plastikman: If you can read this, I'd really like your help please. How do you two make your locomotives look so good?
To get separate trucks, you have to run the trucks through MSTS2Loco separate from the loco. You only need to do this once (not twice, once for the front, once for the back ). In the .DAT file, the loco pics are numbered 0-135, while the trucks are 136-183. Then change the XML file, I forget exactly what to change, but this site might help : http://www.tt-wiki.net/wiki/Variable:Li ... -_VehiclesSD40-2 wrote:Still like to get the trucks to turn separate from the locomotive. But that's another time.
I look forward to using some of your creations!
If I understand you correctly you need to build trucks !? In this case, you need 208 images similar to the narrow-gauge railway. The rest of the settings can be found on my website.
http://www.walter1940.de/tutorial/xml-m ... english/#F
I converted a truck to the proper format.
Could you guys please tell me which images I need to use? I used the wagon setting on it, for the record.
I've already got everything else ready to go.
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