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Vehicle Paint addon by StokesMagee

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I was wondering if anyone here has used the Paint addon by StokesMagee.  I have had two vehicles explode while in the process of painting them, a Mohawk and an Ifrit.  In both instances there was a blast mark on the ground and the ear ringing with the vehicle being totally destroyed.

Anyone have any ideas as to how or why this occurs?  I have painted several vehicles so it is either a random thing or perhaps specific to certain ones.

 

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10/10, would paint again. This topic was already answered on my website.

but, as i said:

I'll see what i can do, some day, because since the arma update loads of new issues have pooped up.

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16 hours ago, StokesMagee said:

10/10, would paint again. This topic was already answered on my website.

but, as i said:

I'll see what i can do, some day, because since the arma update loads of new issues have pooped up.

I do understand this, was just trying to see if any others are using this and experiencing the same issue.  Just now a buddies Sea King exploded upon painting and killed him (LOL).  Hard to paint again after it's gone along with your tabs.

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19 hours ago, WURSTKETTE said:

If you purchased the script, i could imagine  @StokesMagee will give you support on that.

I purchased the script, wouldn't do otherwise. Yes, I posted there before coming here a day or two later.

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Yes i have the same issue and on Stokes forum another admin reported the same issue. So you are not alone.

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