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How can i change the image on the "onLoadMission= " section of the description.ext,

 

i mean where do i put the image? i made a dir in my mpmission folder called "images" and but logo.paa in there bit it errors saying cant find "images".

 

author = "Exile Mod Team";
loadScreen = "images\logo.paa"; 
onLoadMission= "www.exilemod.com";
OnLoadIntro = "";
OnLoadIntroTime = false;
OnLoadMissionTime = false;
onLoadName = "Exile Mod";

 

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Hey. Im not sure how much you know, so Ill be as easy to understand as possible.

Create a folder in your mission file (Exile.Altis.pbo) called "custom".

Put your logo.paa in there.

Change;

loadScreen = "images\logo.paa";

to;

loadScreen = "custom\logo.paa"

If your having an issue make sure you have a .paa file.

Personally, I'dI use photoshop or another programme to create a .png image at 512x256 pixels (the dimensions are important) and then open it in texview2 and save it as a .paa

Settings:

RGBA and DXT1

Download TexView2 HERE

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I'll take your like as - it worked. Nice one.

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i liked it to try it ;)

 

it actually didnt work;

https://gyazo.com/9000e17de47a428814af4bc17ef307ce

 

author = "Exile Mod Team";
loadScreen = "custom/loadscreen.paa"; 
onLoadMission= "www.skulldogs.com  /  www.exilemod.com";
OnLoadIntro = "";
OnLoadIntroTime = false;
OnLoadMissionTime = false;
onLoadName = "[EU] Skulldogs - Exile";

i made folder "custom" and used texView to make the .png a .paa and named it loadscreen.paa..

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it doesnt matter what its called, however the / \ diff will stop it loading!

 

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it doesnt matter what its called, however the / \ diff will stop it loading!

 

Curious if you have had any issues with a blueish hue when loaded ingame. Using RGBA+DXT1 

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you can also use jpg for the loadingscreen... which is much smaller in filesize because of the compression of jpg

paa is uncompressed for example...

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you're using the wrong "/" it needs to be:

"images/logo.paa";

not

"images\logo.paa";

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