122nd Ohio’s Stones River Maps

by Brett Schulte on May 25, 2008 · 0 comments

NOTE: For help with this mod, refer to the proper MMG forum thread as linked to below.

Mod Name: 122nd Ohio’s Stones River Maps

Last Updated: Added May 25, 2008

Author: 122nd Ohio

Other NEEDED Mods:

  1. Adukes’ Community Mod Pack 3.0

Files to Download:

  1. Stones_River.zip

Readme File (from the MMG Forums):

STONES RIVER MAPS – IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS!

Copy the following 8 FILES to your TC2M/Maps folder:

Stones_River_1.lsl
Stones_River_2.lsl
Stones_River_1.csv
Stones_River_2.csv
Stones_River_1.tga
Stones_River_2.tga
Stones_River_1_MM.dds
Stones_River_2_MM.dds

The maps contain several Barn_2 objects. To fix the “white-out” or “ghosting” issue with Barn_2, first make a back-up copy of your TC2M/packages/NEW_TC1861.DAT file, then replace it with the one included in the download.

The maps use the cotton sprite by 4th Texas, follow these 3 steps:

1) Copy the following 3 FILES to your TC2M/Graphics/Terrain folder:

Cotton_1.dds
Cotton_2.dds
Cotton_3.dds

2) Copy the following TEXT, use Windows notepad to open your TC2M/Data Files/textures.CSV file, and paste the copied text below the stuff that’s already there:

Cotton_1.dds,Cotton_1.dds,256,256,
Cotton_2.dds,Cotton_2.dds,256,256,
Cotton_3.dds,Cotton_3.dds,256,256,

3) Copy the following TEXT, use Windows notepad to open your TC2M/Data Files/sprites.CSV file, and paste the copied text below the stuff already there. (Note: If you already have the Wilderness maps, you only need to copy the cotton stuff)

Cotton_1,Cotton_1.dds,256,256,0.12,,,,,1,1,400,-1,0,1,,,,
Cotton_2,Cotton_2.dds,256,256,0.12,,,,,1,1,400,-1,0,1,,,,
Cotton_3,Cotton_3.dds,256,256,0.12,,,,,1,1,400,-1,0,1,,,,
Tree_Dead_7,Tree_Dead_1.dds,256,256,0.5,,,,,1,1,400,-1,0,0,,,,
Tree_Pine_7,CMP_Tree_Pine_2.dds,512,512,0.5,,,,,1,1,400,-1,0,0,BoxScale,,,

I’ve also included Phantom Captain’s Stones River OOB, copy the OB_Stones_River_PC file to your TC2M/Open Play folder.


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