Porsche 962C Brun Motorsport - Takefuji - Fuji 1000 Km 1987 - Cars #1 & #2 - 4K

Skins Porsche 962C Brun Motorsport - Takefuji - Fuji 1000 Km 1987 - Cars #1 & #2 - 4K 1.0

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Daniel Gomez

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Daniel Gomez submitted a new resource:

Porsche 962C Brun Motorsport - Takefuji - Fuji 1000 Km 1987 - Cars #1 & #2 - 4K - Both iconic Brun cars from 87' Fuji 1000

Takefuji Brun 1987
Car #1 - Larrauri, Mass, Brun
Car #2 - Pareja, Schäfer, Reuter

Special thanks to Sacha Brun, without your resources, help and advice these cars would've been impossible to create.
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Hey Daniel, keep going with all the 962s in JSPC! Quick thing I'd like to ask is to fill out the ui info, and for us even more OCD folks, develop a specific naming system :p. Now, this one request is a little overboard... it's just regarding the packaging. Is it possible to pack it so the .rar is the car name but when you unzip, the folder structure is Livery Name\content\cars\ks_porsche_etc...\skins\ and then the folder? It's not just because it's a faster install but because some of us use JGSME for mod management and it saves recreating that format and repackaging :thumbsup:.
 

Daniel Gomez

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Hi Gui
You're right about the packaging, and I've been wondering how to do it. I was about to upload version 1.0 of Takefuji 33, but I'll investigate more about how to package with full relative path.
Any help is welcomed!
 
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Hi Gui
You're right about the packaging, and I've been wondering how to do it. I was about to upload version 1.0 of Takefuji 33, but I'll investigate more about how to package with full relative path.
Any help is welcomed!
Take a look at my updated BFGoodrich, Camel Brun or Momo Porsche's skin.ini. In the game itself, go to content\texture and see how the folder pattern is. It's a bit annoying but not as alien as you may think, basically you create your own folder that would go under crew_suit, whatever, and call out that name. If it's simpler stuff, for the sake of download size and ease of installation, refer to an existing file, otherwise, give it a name that wouldn't clash.