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  1. I posted this in the screenshot thread once. What happens when you forget to set the parking brake on a hill:
  2. I did this a few years ago for my own use, tweaking the green on the UK skin and doing some cut-and-paste work to make a matching skin for the noncrewable Centurion model. Plus adding some decals. I'm sure DK-DDAM could fashion a better, proper Danish scheme. Hopefully he has access to the Sho't Kal template; the only one I have is Dejawolf's template for the original Centurion ("shot").
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    M60A3 ID Placard Removal

    The sim does actually load additional spare roadwheels that do show up as you've seen. (And I get them, too). However, the missing ones noted are when the sim wants to use a roadwheel as a round placard holder. No placard = blank space. But it's pretty rare. Only about once in 20-30 iterations in my testing. Enjoy!
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    Read and follow the instructions carefully.
  5. Version 1.0.0


    This mod removes (or more accurately, makes transparent) the Unit ID placards that appear randomly on the SBProPe M60A3 main battle tank. Follow the installation instructions enclosed. By copying the files to the appropriate folders, the mod can be used to remove the placards from the M60A3 of any nation. According to my testing, this mod affects only the ID placards and front bumper number on the M60A3, leaving intact the other various stowage items that appear randomly on this tank and many other vehicles in SBProPE Version 4.167. No guarantees are made regarding future updates of the sim. One known issue is that a spare roadwheel rim may appear (rarely) on the bustle with a transparent center. I might update the mod in the future if I can figure a workaround for that.
  6. Version 1.0.0


    The Leopard 2A6 in Finland camouflage. Included is a winterized version because, well, Finland. This repaint uses a modified version of Dejawolf's Leo2a5GE template. The Leopard 2A6 in SBProPE uses the Leo2a5GE skin. My custom skins for Finland armor crews are also available separately in the Infantry & Crewman downloads section.
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    Removing decals

  8. Version 1.0.0


    This is a simple modification of the stock eSim texture for US 1970 infantry. The only change is to substitute the helmet cover. The sim's default green "leaf" pattern helmet cover became an icon symbolic of the Vietnam war. It was reversible, however, to this pattern, which was intended for arid, fall or winter (non snow) environments. (The U.S. Army, at the time, did not have an issue combat uniform specifically for such terrain). The camo patterns, collectively, have come to be called the "Mitchell" pattern.
  9. Looks to me like the blank decal file in the patch may have mistakenly been named "Austriandecals". By the way, if anyone would instead like to have a UK-style bumper number on their faux Scout instead of nothing, I offer the attached alternative file. Ulandecals.7z Also, since eSim went to the time/trouble of adding a UK texture, it would have been nice to include a roof texture (UlanTurretHi) to match. (grumble)
  10. Version 1.0.0


    The Desert Battle Dress Uniform (DBDU) for SBProPE's "US 1980" infantry model introduced in version 4.1. From Wikipedia: "The six-color desert pattern entered service in 1981 at the same time as the woodland BDUs and would be worn in limited numbers by U.S. troops taking part in the biennial Bright Star exercises in Egypt during the 1980s, and by FORSCOM peacekeepers assigned to the Multinational Force and Observers in the Egyptian Sinai Desert, but was not issued in large numbers prior to the Persian Gulf War." That doesn't mean you can't use it in "what if" scenarios. 👍
  11. The file structure is there. It's in the mods folder. However, the mods stormrider_sp refers to are for the us1990 troop model (with the kevlar helmets). I wouldn't be opposed to working up a version for the us1980 model, because although it saw pretty limited deployment, it did exist from what I've read. If the sce is set in the late 80s, I'd suggest just using us1990 as the camo. You get the same MERDC desert vehicle schemes, and could use stormrider's or my six-color DBDU skin, or just keep the default MARPAT-like camo.
  12. Submitted to the upload gods.
  13. Version 1.0.0


    A fictional/generic winter camo for heavy snow environments. Fits the US1970, US1980 and DE1980 troop models in SBProPE 4.1+ Two versions of the face file are included -- one with balaclava and one without.
  14. Like this? Can't vouch for the historical accuracy, but I could put it up as fictional and/or generic.
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