[UKDT] Pound Sterling (£, GBP) Money Pack

[UKDT] Pound Sterling (£, GBP) Money Pack 2.2

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This pack includes every coin from 1p to £2 along with the £5, £10 and £20 notes (the £5 coin and £50 note very unlikely to land on a bus driver's cashdesk... ;)). The models are correctly sized and textured with photographs of real circulated money. The 1p to £1 coins feature the 2008 Royal Shield design.

You are welcome to include this money pack inside map downloads so long as you credit the UKDT (Fellowsfilm Forums), but please do not upload this pack on its own elsewhere.

- Locate your Omsi 2 installation directory (by default "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\OMSI 2\" on 64-bit Windows systems or "C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\OMSI 2\" on 32-bit Windows).
- Drag and drop the contents of the "OMSI 2" folder in this archive into your main "OMSI 2" folder.
- Overwrite if prompted.

To use this pack in your maps, open the global.cfg file and replace the line under [moneysystem] with "Money\UKDT_GBP\UKDT_GBP.cfg". If you would like your map to use older coins, there are extra dated versions which won't be kept up to date as new coins are introduced.

This is not a direct replacement for the old GBP pack, it is a brand new pack which is incompatible with the old one, as attempts at compatibility resulted in some problems with automatic change giving.

Original models made by Whistlehead, new £1 coin and £5 note models by Road-hog123. All textures by Road-hog123.


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  1. New £1 and £5!

    So apparently it's been a whole year since I made these... oops. New £10 will come along...
  2. No longer uses 20 pound notes

    A small update to stop those pesky passengers from expecting change for a 20 all the time :P

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Very good, however, it might need some updating. eg changing the £20 note to the new one.
Excellent! However, I think you need to update the £10 note as that is now plastic as well.