Latvia map rebuild with Compability Update by MCELcreeper and MinecrafterDE15 for ProMods 2.57 and ETS2 1.42 onwards.Adds several new and rebuilt roads in Latvia!This package contains all the files for the Latvia rebuild.7 DLCs (Going East!, Scandinavia, Vive La France !, Bella Italia, Beyond the Baltic Sea, Road to the Black Sea & Iberia) are required to run this mod, as well as Promods 2.57 onwards.Happy trucking!
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Latvia map rebuild with Compability Update by MCELcreeper and MinecrafterDE15 for ProMods 2.57 and ETS2 1.42 onwards.Adds several new and rebuilt roads in Latvia!This package contains all the files for the Latvia rebuild.7 DLCs (Going East!, Scandinavia, Vive La France !, Bella Italia, Beyond the Baltic Sea, Road to the Black Sea & Iberia) are required to run this mod, as well as Promods 2.57 onwards.
Previously, merging new DLCs with our map was a relatively easy job. The Scandinavia DLC only shared one real border with our map. Therefore, creating compatibility with our pack was easy, even though we sadly had to say goodbye to many ProMods v1.0 areas and memories. The same goes for the Italy DLC, where most of our mapping was already a few years old and had aged poorly, especially due to the lack of models for the distinctive Italian architecture which SCS did such a good job with. Only France was a bit more challenging, but the rebuilt old map in Northern France provided a bit of a buffer between our map and the DLC, which made things easier. With the Germany rebuild and Beyond the Baltic Sea DLC, however, merging has proven to be a much more complicated task.
SCS Software has recently released update 1.33 for Euro Truck Simulator 2. We are proud to provide you with our compatibility updates for the ProMods map and both add-ons nearly at the same time. Do not expect any new content in these updates. However, we have included several language translations for city and cargo names, a new feature introduced in ETS2 1.33.
Didn't see anyone else mention this so not sure if new issue related to SQL2014 ( FYI this worked like a charm on SQL2014) but between steps 4 and steps 5 the user needs to hit CTRL-C to indicate to running process to shut down. If the user opens SERVICES to restart SQL and SQL Agent the process bombs because error logs are in use from single user mode and the running instances does not appear as running when in single user mode so the user tries to start the SQL instance , bombs out after running the collation update and if you are like me your mind floods with all the worse case scenarios. A little debugging and then saw the SQLSERVR was actually still running and tried CTRL-C and then it closed down and could then start normally using SERVICES to start SQL and SQLAgent. Cost me a couple gray hairs so could not hurt to add mention of using CTRL-C when the windows comes up and shows the tail end of the process being completed so the user knows to end the running instance of SQL before trying to restart the same instance again. Not seeing anyone else mention this below I guess everyone else regularly starts / stops services from command line so the addition of the mention above in the process would be for those of us who don't.
No features have been removed or deprecated with this release. Platform update 15 is cumulative and contains new or changed features from Platform update 13, Platform update 14, and Platform update 15.
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