A word to those who fix issues themselves

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BlueOrange

Oxford Pleb
Mar 22, 2016
221
I would just like to say, if you edit your post to say you fixed your issue, it would be good for the community if you put HOW you fixed it, because somewhere down the line, someone might have the exact same issue as you, and find your post with "fixed". This does not help them. Stating how you fixed your issue will help anyone with the same issue.


Scenario:


My custom model has a shine to it in OMSI. Does anyone know how to fix?


EDIT: Fixed


Where instead of just saying fixed, you could say "Fixed. I had to remove the specular option from the material in [GENERIC 3D MODELING PROGRAM]"
 
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whistlehead

Alias Mr Hackenbacker
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UKDT
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Dec 10, 2015
1,318
This is a fair enough point, and one which has often frustrated me in the past. I'd advise anyone who reads to take note.
 
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