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OMSI Repaints :: MB O520 Cumbrae Coaches

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File Name: MB O520 Cumbrae Coaches

File Submitter: Fallen

File Submitted: 05 Nov 2013

File Category: OMSI Repaints

A MB O520 in a cumbrae coaches livery.

Installation: A simple drag and drop operation. NOTE: will replace your default coimbra repaints. If you feel you may want to use the coimbra repaint again please back it up!

Cumbrae coaches is a company run in the scottish island of Cumbrae off from largs. Cumbrae Coaches

runs in compitition with its rival company called millport motors.


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Why not set it up so it doesn't replace existing repaints? It's a 5 second job :/

Would do that but i do not have the slightest clue how to do so. sorry.

I dont quite understand why it did that. Was thinking what it meant when I installed it and it replaced something.

Sorry if this is not what you were expecting but it is clearly stated in the read me that it would replace the default one (cant remember its name)
Edited by Fallen

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I would suggest also doing it for current repaints. They have been disabled in the library because of the above reasons.

We suggest using the RNC rules for repaints, we do not allow the overwriting of default files with repaints. If you repack your repaints with your own names and a .cti file it will be al right. I tried your repaints and it cost me 30 seconds to rename and adding the CTI file.

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