Repaint gives O305 milky windows

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thericksteruk

New Member
Jan 26, 2017
74
Hi, all i am having a go at bus repainting, and i have come across one problem.
I seem to be getting a milky texture over all of the windows so they are not see-through, i think this is down to transparency.
I have read about this somewhere but i cannot find it, if any one could help me with this that would be great. :)

Here's how im editing:
Using Paint.Net to edit bitmap image and to convert to .DDS file
I tried converting to .tga but all i would get was a complete white repaint.
 

thericksteruk

New Member
Jan 26, 2017
74
Hiya,
Sorry if forgot to put that.
It's the o305 2 door version as used in the bowdenham map on the 20,21,22,50 I am trying to edit the 22 by renaming it and editing.
The milky looking texture on the windows I think is a transparent issue which I'm not sure of, I noticed that all the other repaints are saved as .tga files and not .DDS but me saving as . tga just makes the bus go completely white but the windows are fine.
I will try and upload a pic when I get home again shortly.
Cheers for the quick reply
 

Whiskey.Stuffs

Oh that one, that does those repaints.
Apr 1, 2016
362
I believe you have to use the repaint tool for that bus, there is an template and a .rpc file that can be downloaded for the O305.
 

thericksteruk

New Member
Jan 26, 2017
74
Hi Whiskey.Stuffs,
Thanks for the reply
Do you know where the template is located at all?

Do you know what the best format for saving is ?
Eg: .tga or .DDS?

I had trouble with the SD202

Cheers,
Rich
 
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Waleed21D

TheFontGuru
Apr 24, 2017
268
@thericksteruk I've never repainted the O305 before. I'm going to do a test repaint and see if it works for me and I'll assist you if it does work :)

BTW do you have photoshop or is it just Paint.net?
 
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Waleed21D

TheFontGuru
Apr 24, 2017
268
Ah okay, No worries :)
Paint.net is fine :)
1. Save the repaint in paint.net as a .tga - So as an example 01test.tga. Save this in OMSI 2\Vehicles\MB_O530\Texture\rep
2. Then open up notepad and copy the following:

***************************************
test
***************************************
[item]
test
repaint_body
01test.tga

3. Save this as Test.cti in the directory OMSI 2\Vehicles\MB_O530\Texture\rep. and open up OMSI as you would to select the bus and find "test" it should work :)
 

thericksteruk

New Member
Jan 26, 2017
74
Hi, Waleed21D

I have given this a try and i still have no luck.
Am i able to edit the .tga file directly or should i be using a .png or .bmp ?

Everything is still showing white