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Djey

Djey: TDUF Toolset [1.12]

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Hi,

something did corrupt TDUF configuration file, it seems.

To solve this, delete file at Users\You\.tduf\tduf.properties then restart the tool.  You will have to set TDU Database directory again, though.

 

I'm aware of global crash when configuration is corrupt, that's a thing I have to fix on a future release (but I don't have planned it yet).

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2 hours ago, Djey said:

Hi,

something did corrupt TDUF configuration file, it seems.

To solve this, delete file at Users\You\.tduf\tduf.properties then restart the tool.  You will have to set TDU Database directory again, though.

 

I'm aware of global crash when configuration is corrupt, that's a thing I have to fix on a future release (but I don't have planned it yet).

Thanks for the guide on how to fix this, and right now the app goes back to normal, I will be working on a new car's stats very soon.

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Hello, is there any car database that is useful for configuring the car's stats to real life specs? There are some data in tduf (suspension, ride height, overhang measurements, etc.) that is hard for me to look for and I want the cars to drive as close to real life as possible.

EDIT: Sorry if I did a double post.

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14 minutes ago, Ztryka531 said:

Hello, is there any car database that is useful for configuring the car's stats to real life specs? There are some data in tduf (suspension, ride height, overhang measurements, etc.) that is hard for me to look for and I want the cars to drive as close to real life as possible.

EDIT: Sorry if I did a double post.

Automobile Catalog

Circuit and rally specs here too.

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1 hour ago, Ztryka531 said:

Thanks man! (If only there's a preview option in the program that allows look into wheel and color designs before publishing, my life would have been much easier designing car wheels/rims and color with correct paint type like metallic)

Metallic colors are always coded as "RM_06"  That means it's "Red Metallic nº 06"

But to make your life easier, i uploaded something that was very useful for me when i did Platinum. 

 

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26 minutes ago, Milli said:

But to make your life easier, i uploaded something that was very useful for me when i did Platinum. 

That's a great guide. I had the big color image from somewhere, but never saw the folder with the paints on cars before.

On a side note, even though these factory paints don't show up online when applied locally, I noticed that some of them still look pretty good when reapplied through the custom paint shop. So for cars with unused paint slots, factory paints can be locally added as sort of quick bookmark to apply various colors in the custom paint shop (which show up online).. haha.

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9 minutes ago, TDU Iceman said:

That's a great guide. I had the big color image from somewhere, but never saw the folder with the paints on cars before.

On a side note, even though these factory paints don't show up online when applied locally, I noticed that some of them still look pretty good when reapplied through the custom paint shop. So for cars with unused paint slots, factory paints can be locally added as sort of quick bookmark to apply various colors in the custom paint shop (which show up online).. haha.

What? Custom paint shop can't replicate original colors at all. lol

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49 minutes ago, Milli said:

What? Custom paint shop can't replicate original colors at all. lol

Lol, I'm saying even though the custom paint shop can't replicate factory colors, these colors still have specific coordinates that show up every time you enter the custom shop. So, even though you lose the real color of the factory paint upon entering, you can still consistently apply whatever coordinates it defaults to in the custom shop.

For example, if you have a car that has say only white, black and red factory paints, you can locally add a factory blue in an unused slot. This blue won't show up online, and if you bring it to the custom shop, the true color of the factory blue will disappear. However you can still apply whatever blue coordinates it defaults to, either plain or metallic. So essentially you're using a factory paint as a custom bookmark for the custom paint shop, so you don't have to keep manually painting cars every time you want a certain color.

EDIT:

This is the default "blue turquoise" paint of the 993, reapplied through the custom shop with the metallic option. I also did it twice to make sure the coordinates are consistent. These colors will never look as good as a factory paint, but sometimes they're not bad.

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8 hours ago, Milli said:

Metallic colors are always coded as "RM_06"  That means it's "Red Metallic nº 06"

But to make your life easier, i uploaded something that was very useful for me when i did Platinum. 

 

Thanks Milli! This is actually I need to create factory colors for my new cars.

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