Side decal/markings on the BIS Apache in ADDONS & MODS: DISCUSSION Posted August 11, 2014 Thanks R0adki11, The idea for this 'project' was broached to me by a mate whom I played co-op with occasionally, I helped him out with it and was not really thinking of finishing it, but the idea just occured to me now that I have a few more .pbos available. Except in the case of the Apache, I was not editing the models themselves; I was editing the configs in order to place them in easily-accessible categories, changing the pilots/crews for consistency, and in the case of some 'Malvinas' tanks/helicopters translating various parts into English from Spanish (i.e. 'abrir la puerta' to 'open door'). This was A: In order to make them easy, accurate and consistent for use in mission making and scripting within missions, and B: For ease-of-compatibility with a few squad-mates of mine (you have mentioned this in the permissions; I made it abundantly clear to them that I was not the creator of the addons themselves, and made sure to leave a readme within the folder and each .pbo detailing the original maker, and in each config file. I was not aware of the permissions issue previous to this and I will once again stress to those I gave the folder to that they were not my addons and my own work was minimal.). I shall attempt to contact the addon makers if that's the best course of action but as I circulated it amongst a very small number of casual players I doubt it will go anywhere. A number of excellent British addons for the 1970s-2000s exist around the web, but to include all of them in-game would involve several different mods, with different crews, scripts, languages, ammunition, quality and historical accuracy. To compile the best of these mods in one folder which was consistent seems like a good idea to me for mission-makers like myself who like things consistent, but as you say I would probably find it hard to get all of the necessary permissions to release it on the forums. Cheers RageQuit I'll give those a look. Yours Terrance.