Repaint gives O305 milky windows (1 Viewer)

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thericksteruk

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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.
 

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thericksteruk

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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

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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

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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

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@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

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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

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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
 

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