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    Marcel
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    This mod is to test some minor changes to the package and cargo delivery messages. Because packages take up no cargo space, presumably stored in the player’s cockpit, it doesn’t make sense to me to have “these crates” or a “produce shipment” as descriptions. How many crates could you stash in your cockpit? And what’s a produce shipment, a box of tomatoes? I changed the descriptions for these to other items for which you would have a limited time to deliver. Also, in the cargorun module I changed the word “payed”, which means to let out a rope or chain, to “paid” which means to settle a debt. “Cargo-Package_mod.zip” is in the main Pioneer downloads folder. Give it a try and see what you think.

    #110237

    nozmajner
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    I can’t even find the download area. 😀 So I can’t check it, but I assume you changed the courier mission text (regarding crates/produce shipment), not the cargo run. The later does put actual cargo in your hold.
    Why don’t you out up a PR? It would be easier to test and incorporate your changes that way.

    #110238

    Marcel
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    Click on “SPACESIMCENTRAL” on the upper left to get to the main page, hover over “SpaceSimCentral” on the upper left of that and you’ll see your Dashboard. Open that and you’ll see “WP File Manager”. Click on that and you’re there. Simple, yes? :#
    In the cargo run module I only changed that one word. If you think it’s worth a PR you might have to tell _me_ how to do it. 😀

    #110243

    nozmajner
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    Thanks! Found it.
    I’m not that well versed in git to be able to offer proper help. I usually use the [tutorial on our wiki](https://pioneerwiki.com/wiki/Using_git_and_GitHub “tutorial on our wiki”), or ask the knowledgeable guys on IRC when I can’t figure out something.

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