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Check the SC Mini updates thread, there's a video there that covers exactly what you want.

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Wags did a video specifically on this subject. Look on YouTube. I followed his guidance and it looks great.

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Is there a way of creating a template, so you don't have to go through that process every time?

 

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I just make one for my self and than use that as a template

 

Can you share your template file?

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Is there a way of creating a template, so you don't have to go through that process every time?

 

Yes, just do it once and then select EDIT -> Save as Static Template.

 

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Yes, just do it once and then select EDIT -> Save as Static Template.

 

 

But this includes the map selection. It would be better to actually save the carrier group as a template. Edit -> add Template -> save template

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But this includes the map selection. It would be better to actually save the carrier group as a template. Edit -> add Template -> save template

 

That is a group template, it cant contain statics so you would have no vehicles or user placed crew. I prefer to have one Static Template for each Map.

 

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That is a group template, it cant contain statics so you would have no vehicles or user placed crew. I prefer to have one Static Template for each Map.

 

Too bad. This is a big Limitation of the editor.

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