ETS2 - Mods Studio 2 2021.02 New 1.40 S+
Version 2021.02 new 1.40 S+
Program for editing and creating configurations of ETS and ATC mods, registration of tuning, modifications and editing of textures !! Unpacking and editing mods! 3D viewing of mods And much more !!!
Fixed filenames of .mat files so they can be uploaded to Steam Workshop
Fixed vehicle editor not allowing dot (.) in internal names
Fixed missing spawn ratio in some traffic trucks definition files
Updated vehicle XML files with new 1.40 SCS internal names
Fixed export issue with ATS rear trailer mudflaps
Fixed issues with ETS2 trailer mudflaps
Fixed issues with 53ft ATS cargo container
ATS truck mudflaps
ETS2 traffic truck: Scania S 6×2 High Cab
ATS: added support for 3 new trailers (Food Tanker, Flatbed Curtain, Bulkfeed)
Added Western Star sleeper cabins support
Added item values into the tooltips of all list items
Added preview images for truck cabin variants
Moved all log files into My Documents MS2 folder
Moved all mod build temp folders into My Documents MS2 folder
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Mods Studio 2 relies on .Net Core 3 (preview) to run. Although we’re trying to pack and include all required files in the MS2 download, sometimes we might get things a bit wrong.
To fix this, try downloading and installing the latest Microsoft .NET Core 3.1 Runtime – Windows x64.
If the above did not help, try downloading and installing a full .Net Core 3.1 SDK (software development kit).
If your error log has a message saying “DirectXTex failed for some reason” try installing Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015.
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