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Stock carboxes; For the uncreative.
Topic Started: Feb 25 2014, 08:16 AM (2,231 Views)
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If you do a repaint, and have nothing else to show for it but your texture, make your work a little less abrasive and use one of these.

To use any of the stock carboxes, either include the image inside the folder of your work, ideally renaming it carbox.bmp or making the folder /stockboxes inside of /cars. Just as a visual aid:

> /somerepaint
>> car.bmp
>> parameters.txt
>> carbox.bmp

For the truly, truly uninitiated, changes will not take effect until you include ;)TCARBOX "imagepath" in your parameters file, "imagepath" being where the carbox resides. For more details about certain 1.2-only parameters, check out this thread.
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