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pakHD 0.4 released (official pakHD release)

Started by martin, November 07, 2010, 08:55:08 PM

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martin

I've released pakHD v0.4 to the public. It is compatible with ST v1.00 and newer. I've tested it up to ST v1.02.2.2. No new add-ons yet, but the v0.2 add-ons should work...

I have to say thanks to Frank for making the 'old' 0.2 pakHD version work with ST 1.02.2.2.

pakHD website : http://hd.simutrans.com
direct download: http://hd.simutrans.com/release/PakHD_v04B_100-0.zip

The zip-file is ~2.9 MB

Martin

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The included menuconf.tab contains a bug (see http://forum.simutrans.com/index.php?topic=6218.0). Please replace it with the attached new version.

An_dz

Great job, but you should remove all those special colors on your objects, some building look weird at night.
And really cool you used my logo. :D

VS


My projects... Tools for messing with Simutrans graphics. Graphic archive - templates and some other stuff for painters. Development logs for most recent information on what is going on. And of course pak128!

IgorEliezer


jonasbb

Nice pakset. I have found a bug.
There is a picture of the bug.
Only the images of normal houses have this bug, not the other (city building).

martin

Quote from: An_dzGreat job, but you should remove all those special colors on your objects, some building look weird at night.
I know. There are a lot of images I inherited with that problem. It's a lot of work to tidy them all up and it does not have top priority. But in new releases there will be more and more buildings going though shades...

Quote from: An_dzAnd really cool you used my logo. :D
I've indeed adopted it   8)

Quote from: jonasbbI have found a bug. There is a picture of the bug.
Only the images of normal houses have this bug, not the other (city building).
I'm not sure what you exactly mean. If you're referring to the orange parts it's probably due to a not perfectly drawn image. I will look into that.

Martin