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Show us your liveries for next season.
#31
That date trick has just solved an issue with my workflow. Thank you.
TPC team driver.
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#32
The SRS skin app seems to work by examining the "last modified" date of the skin folder and all of the files inside that folder. They all have to be newer than your last upload in order to be updated.

Since I already have the Git for Windows toolset (usually used to manage source code for programming projects) installed on my PC, I use its Unix-like command shell to invoke the standard touch command on the skin directory and all of its files, which resets the "last modified" time to the current time, without actually changing the files themselves. This is easier than moving your directory or re-saving every file in your livery folder.

I would show my new livery for the current SEAT TCR series but attachments don't seem to be working for me from this PC. o.O
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#33
This is my skin for the Renault RS01.

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#34
A Jimmy fan Smile
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Plank autos YouTube channel.
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#35
(01-23-2019, 06:38 PM)Michael Martin Wrote:  A Jimmy fan Smile

Haha yes Big Grin
It's probably a coincidence, but I don't think I've been punted since I started putting this on my skins :thinking emoji:
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#36
(01-23-2019, 05:41 PM)Pasha Paterson Wrote:  The SRS skin app seems to work by examining the "last modified" date of the skin folder and all of the files inside that folder. They all have to be newer than your last upload in order to be updated.

Since I already have the Git for Windows toolset (usually used to manage source code for programming projects) installed on my PC, I use its Unix-like command shell to invoke the standard touch command on the skin directory and all of its files, which resets the "last modified" time to the current time, without actually changing the files themselves. This is easier than moving your directory or re-saving every file in your livery folder.

I would show my new livery for the current SEAT TCR series but attachments don't seem to be working for me from this PC. o.O

I'm 99% sure simply copying the folder and replacing the old one with it will do the trick. You don't actually have to touch every file within it.

Also, don't attach images to posts. Instead, use BBCode links and just upload your images to imgur.com.
Tutorial on how to use Autodesk Mudbox and Adobe Photoshop to make custom liveries! https://tinyurl.com/yaetz4qz
Grab my PDash Skins (a Assetto Corsa HUD app) here: https://tinyurl.com/y95ewubz
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#37
Did some changes to my Lotus. Put on thicker stripe with croatian "traditional" red/white checkered pattern (we use it on our gear in pretty much every sport), because why not Big Grin

https://imgur.com/a/lczTCW9

Also finally finished P1. At the end, went with a bit more red than I usually would, but I like it on P1. I think it's a bit more aggressive and flashy, and it suits it well. Also added red/white, not so subtle, accents. And, yeah, I know the numbers are not the same size, but I can't be bothered with this car anymore. At least not for now. The bastard is edgy  Big Grin

https://imgur.com/a/tKG7LUL
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