So, I'm guessing that everything is okay now?
"Do you think the language in the Second Amendment is clear enough? You know, about the right to bear arms?"
"Of course it's clear. Every American has the right to hang a pair of bear arms on their wall. How can that possibly be misconstrued?"
My campaign site: http://www.box.net/shared/0k1e1rz29h
My missions site: http://www.box.net/shared/ueh4kazk3v
My scenery site: http://www.box.net/shared/knb1l0ztobhs2esb14rb
That tower is one of the 5 objects repeated in the RAF Building/BoB packages. Depending on what order you install the Library BGL dictates which texture will show up. The towers in the BoB pak are green and black camo, the ones in the RAF Buildings is Green and Red/Brown. With the blister Hangar it can really mess things up as the Layout of the two textures is different.
I've never had a problem with this set of buildings, although the double installation that Pen speaks of would be problematic. I zipped up these files in a separate package so that I can manually install them when needed.
Keep your airspeed up,
"Those who would give up Essential Liberty
to purchase a little Temporary Safety,
deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."
To show you what I mean do this:
1. Place any of these 5 or all of them (Barracks1, Blister, Mobstore, Towerwith or Towerwithout) in a mission. Save the mission and exit MB.
2. Go into your SCENEDB\INF\Scenery Folder and find RAFLib.bgl and add .bak to it.
3. Go Fly the mission and look at the objects. Exit CFS2. You'll probably get missing object msgs
4. Go back to your SCENEDB\INF\Scenery Folder and remove the .bak from RAFLib.bgl and then find BritObj.bgl and add the .bak extension to it.
5. Fly the mission again. You should see the same objects with a different texture. Then exit CFS2.
6. Delete the .bak from the BritObj.bgl. To get back to normal you'll need to add the .bak once again to the RAFLib.bgl, start CFS2, fly, exit CFS2 and then go back and delete the .bak from the RAFLib.bgl.
On my rig it chooses the version from the last bgl added. All 5 of those objects exist in both bgls and it can cause wierd things to happen to the texturing of the objects as you'll see. Your method of keeping them apart and never active at the same time will avoid it for sure.
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