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  • #12435
    René
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    My first Project

    I´ve changed the Trees and Terrain Textures. And covered a few models with Frost Pattern. It´s not perfect but a varity

    Don´t forget to save the Original Files !

    Use the TFMM to install or delete this Mod

    I hope you´ll enjoy my work.

    Greetings from Germany

    New Version available:

    http://www.train-fever.net/filebase/index.php/Entry/365-Ein-Frostiger-Novembertag/

    and here:

    https://www.oboom.com/M3V6BX15/res1.02.rar

    https://www.oboom.com/J8HLMWED/res1.03.rar

     

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    http://www.train-fever.net/filebase/images/preview/b1/thumb-b136b41c129e060437c7a2f5739078edb40001a0.jpg

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    #12436
    vader31
    Participant

    It’s great, I’m looking forward to it.

    #12437
    René
    Participant

    #12438
    René
    Participant

    #12439
    René
    Participant

    #12643
    René
    Participant

    There is a new and faster Download possible.

    Now here: http://www.train-fever.net/filebase/index.php/Entry/365-Ein-Frostiger-Novembertag/

     

    #12712
    Tattoo
    Participant

    This looks very very nice Rene. I’m going to try it as soon as I re-install the game. My computer needed to be redone. Too bad it didn’t work like Locomotion where the season changes every so often and snow is on the ground. It would be cool if they could implement something like this in the future. I think it looks awesome with all the snow. I’m from Chicago and enjoy the snow most years. I just can do without the cold….

    Thank you for the mod

    #12723
    FX2K
    Participant

    I tried this mod the other day… it does indeed look very nice, Thanks…

    One suggestion, perhaps the larger the road, the less snow coverage which would make it a little more realistic later game especially… maybe not the old roads.  On the premise that an avenue would more than likely be gritted / treated and heavy use to avoid large buildups… normal roads, not so much… and smallest roads would be a death trap 😛

    • This reply was modified 7 years, 1 month ago by FX2K.
    #12850
    farani
    Participant

    Hi,

    I try it and it fits to the season perfectly.

    By the way, i’d try to go back to my original configuration by doing a reverse backup of my files, and it does not work as expected. Fields go back to green but roads, streets, tracks and somme forests are still under the snow. I had to re install the game thru steam to go back to summer time.

    I guess i miss something. Can we have a procedure to install the mod ?

    Thanks to you

    #12859
    FX2K
    Participant

    @Farani,

    Did you use the mod manager?  If not, I recommend it.  It backs up the files etc and can activate / de-activate mods.
    Also, you can do a verify of game-cache in steam if you really need to.

    #12862
    farani
    Participant

    i did not use Mod Manager indeed. It was not mentionned in the first post.

    #12953
    René
    Participant
    #13025
    farani
    Participant

    Hello,

    I did all what you said. Using TFM, loading the last version. Installing the mod with TFM. It’s ok and wonderfull !

    I unload the mod with TFM and i have a message that 9 files can’t be reloaded. I run TF, load my saved game. Fields are green as expected, but roads, streets, stations, houses are still under snow! Does texture are save with the game ?

    Regards

     

    PS: sorry for my english. I’m a french native from Paris

    #13092
    René
    Participant

    @farani

    No problems found here. tested the new versioin on 2 different PC. Works fine with the TrainFeverModManager.

    If you still have Problems with snow, try a newer version of TFMM. To get your Game back to work properly, let Steam check the files. It will renew damaged files then.

    Best regards

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