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#31 Posted at 2014-04-24 15:48        
     
Craig where can I find the class list for both SP and UK pack.

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#32 Posted at 2014-04-28 08:16        
     
# Denco : Craig where can I find the class list for both SP and UK pack.

Thanks for this addons its great :)

class names are in the missions folder mate, UK_Pack.Stratis UK_Pack.sqs file, same for SP Pack *THUMBS UP*

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#33 Posted at 2014-07-11 14:44        
     


redone balaclavas and officer uniforms which i have named work uniforms are in the newest sp pack update which has not yet been front paged
SP Pack v2.1

Changelog V1.3

Added : work uniform all camouflage Patterns
Added : Baseball Cap x4
Updated : uk balaclavas (was done in v2.1 sp pack yesterday)
Updated : 1995 Dpm Tropical camoflage
Updated : 2000 Dpm Desert camoflage
Updated : 2010 Multi Terrain camoflage


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SP_Pack.pbo


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Test mission included in download


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Not that i'm aware of
Not tested in multiplayer



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#34 Posted at 2014-07-12 00:20        
     
New version is up on the frontpage and you can find our updated mirror here:



UK Pack v1.3



SP Pack
Arma 3 Dev Build

Visit my family webshop desteigerhoutshop.nl.

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#35 Posted at 2014-07-12 09:55        
     
Great Update mate, work uniforms look great :)

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#36 Posted at 2014-07-13 21:46        
     
# Foxhound : New version is up on the frontpage and you can find our updated mirror here:



UK Pack v1.3



SP Pack
Arma 3 Dev Build
Thanks fox *THUMBS UP*

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# Evil Penfold : Great Update mate, work uniforms look great :)
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#37 Posted at 2014-07-14 22:25        
     
I was just comparing the DPM desert 2000 camo to pictures of the real life camo and I couldn't help notice that the darker parts of the camo were slightly darker and brownish than in real life(Slightly lighter and yellowish). I know you have been busy mate but would you consider slightly adjusting the camo if you have time for the next update? Once again mate, great pack and the other camos look perfect.






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#38 Posted at 2014-07-17 09:11        
     
# Evil Penfold : I was just comparing the DPM desert 2000 camo to pictures of the real life camo and I couldn't help notice that the darker parts of the camo were slightly darker and brownish than in real life(Slightly lighter and yellowish). I know you have been busy mate but would you consider slightly adjusting the camo if you have time for the next update? Once again mate, great pack and the other camos look perfect.


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#39 Posted at 2014-07-17 11:46        
     
# craig : ok *THUMBS UP*

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#40 Posted at 2014-07-18 19:29        
     
# Evil Penfold : I was just comparing the DPM desert 2000 camo to pictures of the real life camo and I couldn't help notice that the darker parts of the camo were slightly darker and brownish than in real life(Slightly lighter and yellowish). I know you have been busy mate but would you consider slightly adjusting the camo if you have time for the next update? Once again mate, great pack and the other camos look perfect.

http://oi60.tinypic.com/2mpx6z6.jpg

http://www.varusteleka.fi/pictures/7614.jpg
http://www.gbfmilitaria.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/des-DPM-shirt-website.jpg

You are looking at the uniforms in the virtual reality cube thing though. When using that the contrast is increased A LOT and that's probably why they look darker than they do in real life. I suggest putting the units down on Altis/Stratis or whatever :)

That's why I don't understand why addon makers take screenshots in virtual reality.. in reality their stuff looks completely different.


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#41 Posted at 2014-07-18 21:34        
     
# TheMadMontage : You are looking at the uniforms in the virtual reality cube thing though. When using that the contrast is increased A LOT and that's probably why they look darker than they do in real life. I suggest putting the units down on Altis/Stratis or whatever :)

That's why I don't understand why addon makers take screenshots in virtual reality.. in reality their stuff looks completely different.



I just had a look now and you're right, it is much different. Big mistake on my part. Sorry for the inconvenience Craig, I should have checked on the real terrains. :-[


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#42 Posted at 2014-07-18 23:31        
     
Why not include a tarnished,mor blackened version of the uniforms and have them be spwaned in and replace them regular ones for ones that looked watersoaked (in case the mission is played out in adverse weather). Use dark uniforms that looks different and have them replace the brand new looking ones ,one after the other ,till they change their apperence.


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#43 Posted at 2014-07-21 00:53        
     
# Evil Penfold : I just had a look now and you're right, it is much different. Big mistake on my part. Sorry for the inconvenience Craig, I should have checked on the real terrains. :-[
its cool guys, i can make the color more like those pics *THUMBS UP*

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# Johan1 : Why not include a tarnished,mor blackened version of the uniforms and have them be spwaned in and replace them regular ones for ones that looked watersoaked (in case the mission is played out in adverse weather). Use dark uniforms that looks different and have them replace the brand new looking ones ,one after the other ,till they change their apperence.
Hi Johan1
sorry mate i don't really understand what your are trying to say about spawned in and replace them regular ones for ones that looked water soaked, sorry if this question wasn't meant for me i am kinda lost.
about the tarnished,mor blackened version of the uniforms could you please show me a picture this version and thank you for your comment *THUMBS UP*

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#44 Posted at 2014-12-28 16:22        
     
Hello Craig,
I'm enjoying your US pack and UK pack tremendously, they're going to be the basis for standard uniforms for a scenario I'm building for me and some friends. I've noticed, however, that the insignia/arm patches (that were apparently enabled with the bootcamp update) work with your US pack, but not your UK pack. This is all I wanted to point out for the time being! Thank you for your hard work, I feel that mod authors don't get enough of that around here. Cheers, sir.


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#45 Posted at 2015-01-16 13:54        
     
# thediscernist : Hello Craig,
I'm enjoying your US pack and UK pack tremendously, they're going to be the basis for standard uniforms for a scenario I'm building for me and some friends. I've noticed, however, that the insignia/arm patches (that were apparently enabled with the bootcamp update) work with your US pack, but not your UK pack. This is all I wanted to point out for the time being! Thank you for your hard work, I feel that mod authors don't get enough of that around here. Cheers, sir.
Hello thediscernist sorry for the late reply been very busy *THUMBS UP*
i haven't updated the UK pack for a while now was too busy with u.s/sp packs but now i am back i will try in the next couple of weeks.
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