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Latest revision as of 13:18, 7 August 2019

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Save map.jpg

Navigate to the top left of the editor, press File and then press either Save or Save as. You can also use the shortcuts Ctrl+s or Ctrl+Shift+s to save your work.

The map files will be written to:

  • Retail: Program Files (x86)/Euro Truck Simulator 2/base/map or Program Files (x86)/American Truck Simulator/base/map
  • Steam: <steam_library_directory>/SteamApps/common/Euro Truck Simulator 2/base/map or <steam_library_directory>/SteamApps/common/American Truck Simulator/base/map