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P3Dv4-Compatible SAMM Version 2.2.08 Released

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gadgets

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I was reminded earlier today that I had not made a general release since introducing P3Dv3 compatibility. So, I have renamed the long-standing Development Release 2.2.03(i) and re-released it as General Release 2.2.04.

The new release should be automatically detected the next time you run SAMM.

Don
 

gadgets

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I have just released SAMM Version 2.2.04(b) (Development Release). It introduces P3Dv4 compatibility. The development release may be downloaded from http://stuff4fs.com.

Should you encounter any new issues, please report them in this forum.

Don
 

gadgets

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I have just released SAMM Version 2.2.07. It fixes a recently-reported issue where SAMM inadvertently replaced the original developer-specified diffuse backup color with a medium-gray - to make any untextured areas less obvious - especially at night. However, doing so also replaced any intentional bright colors to be used for otherwise untextured areas. The original diffuse backup color is now unchanged.

The new release should be automatically detected the next time you run SAMM. If not, the new release may be downloaded from http://stuff4fs.com.

Don
 

gadgets

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I have just released SAMM Version 2.2.08. It fixes a .mdl-generation coding error introduced in the previous release.

The new release should be automatically detected the next time you run SAMM. If not, the new release may be downloaded from http://stuff4fs.com.

Don

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