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MSFS Painted lines - taxi, edge lines, etc - can we create a custom texture sheet for custom lines?

Hello ! I read the post and understood how to work ASO_TAXIWAY_MARKS.TIF.DDS. My problem is wanting to duplicate the WIDE_RED line so that I can have colored lines (Blue, Green), while keeping the original file active.

Some help and explanation would be helpful. Thanking you for your help

You would duplicate the 1 you mentioned ( outside of the Sim). Convert it to png. Make the changes you want using either GIMP or Photoshop. Save them differently as the defaults. Next, you would add them in the sim using the material editor within Developer Mode of the sim.

There is a tutorial available through YouTube, the link is this:

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