Those minibuses... what would be funny is a Dodge S56, as from what I've read they were vile machines. Although OMSI probably wouldn't be able to simulate the cramped interior, stiff destination blind cranks and the passengers breathing down the back of the driver's neck due to the lack of cab...
If I remember rightly it's the first line under the number, so in the .hof
TOT Totnes Rail Stn
TOTNES RAIL STN
Totnes Rail Station
the line "TOT Totnes Rail Stn" would need to stay the same because it relates to something set up in the editor
Well I've had a go with some of the modifiers on the front panel of the bus, as well as figuring out how to give it the gently curved profile of the real thing instead of being flat as I've had it up to now (reattaching it to the rest of the bus now I've done that will be fun... not)
if you want to paint on the terrain (for example create a paved area) there is a tab in the editor called Terrain and you click "Paint on Layer" and then choose one of the options in the box labelled 'ground layers'. It paints the terrain.
You can add new textures with the button 'add new...
A slightly broken MAN NL202 with faulty rear doors and a dodgy battery, crossing the border between what was once East and West Germany.
According to the Google, today marks 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, so naturally it made me feel like playing around in the Berlin map.
Two very different ex-Lincolnshire Road Car vehicles, now owned by Stagecoach.
This is Bristol SC4LK no. 2494 from the Stagecoach heritage fleet, although it's Stagecoach fleet number is 39994. It was at the Lincoln Vintage Vehicle Society running day on the 3rd of November.
And just earlier...
An Atlantean in City of Nottingham transport livery, @typojinx's GM Atlanteans inspired me to move the fog lights (high beams) down below the main headlights - now I've got about 4 or 5 variations of this bus with or without fogs/front bumper, auto or semi-auto, City of Nottingham or Nottingham...
Not sure about you, but I've noticed that the placement of engine grilles on Optare Solos is quite haphazard - some have one large grille on the offside whereas others have one large and two small grilles on the nearside, yet I've never been able to work out why. Is it to do with...
Went to Arnold (near Nottingham) for a brief look at buses. Nothing too exciting here; an E200 spare bus on a route usually operated by E200s, the only difference being the branded buses are 13 plate and this is a 63 plate.
What I really came for - a Scania. In fact I rode it here as I wanted...
While I'm fairly certain a message would allow me to attach a .ar file, I'm not sure where the line can be drawn on what is/isn't allowed to be sent.
My thoughts are that it probably would be allowed since:
The forum rules say that 'pirated content' is prohibited, and the definition of pirated...
The only other L94UA I'm aware of this this one (see below), but as to whether it's still available online I have no idea. It was years ago that I downloaded it.
It's got about 4 or 5 liveries; one demonstrator livery and a small selection of NCT.
I know this site has London Bus City bundled with the Arriva Gemini, plus if you search 'President' you get 10m and 10.6m Plaxton Presidents that LBC uses.
Never found the ALX400 online but I still had that one on my computer anyway.
On a side note, Midtown Madness 2 eXtreme has a few buses as...
thanks, I've only just noticed your reply (sorry!), though @Enviro400Taco had the solution
Everyone else's graphics look so much better than mine! I should be asleep but now I've got London Bus City up and running - so do I sleep or do I bus?
I'm now driving a 15H...
Now all I need to do is find some of those old bus mods I had and figure out how to take higher resolution screenshots, because this is from pressing PrtScr and it's only a quarter of the actual screen size.
Any particular method you used? Would be great to have this game working again.
Anyway here's a (rubbish) screenshot from 2017 from when I was driving the generic bus from the London AI and pretending it was a Bristol VR.
Kicking off modelling on the side of the body, I added some side skirt bits to the Omnidekka. It took me about an hour to figure out how to get it to go over the wheel arches, but I learned how to use Knife Project in the process. Oh and some of the rubber strips near the windows stick out now...