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carsmaster

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Map revision required
« on: March 07, 2019, 12:35:51 AM »

Hello everyone.

CMR-TEST_2048_ALPHA maps
This is a replacement for the standard Net1Summer maps.

I thought for a long time that I would find time and finalize my map for simple flights.
Unfortunately, there is no time.

I spread the map in the form in which I stopped working on it.
Anyone can modify the map as he wants.
The use of textures in other projects is permitted.
There is a wish for them to post the results of their work for general use.

Description:
1. The map uses more than 9pcs of textures of 2048-2048 pixels.

2. The map uses the texture of 4096-4096 (grass) for the noise of the earth-NoiseTL
   located on the mods \ CMR-TEST_2048_ALPHA \ maps \ _Tex \ land \ summer \ NoiseTL.tga path

3. There are no facilities, buildings and buildings.

4. Require completion of the river bank. Requires shallow processing.

6. BumpH shadow files are present.

6. Present in the folder "NEW_grass_and_concrete_airfields" ground
   airfields, as well as the texture of 4096 pixels of concrete airfields

7. My 2048 pixel high quality tree textures are present: mods \ CMR-TEST_2048_ALPHA \ maps \ _Tex \ Trees

5. Requires HD-4096 mod: https://www.sas1946.com/main/index.php/topic,42744.0.html,

    but it’s better to use my DLL_2017 from here: https://www.sas1946.com/main/index.php/topic,56944.0.html

















Download:   http://www.mediafire.com/file/ch1ssog4b1aazkb/CMR-TEST_2048_ALPHA_2019.7z/file
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Re: Map revision required
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2019, 01:09:01 AM »

Very nice!

It crashed with il2ge, but that is fixed now in the current build.

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