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This resource pack is a collection of chain link fence props that can be used on any type of lot that requires security fencing.  The props in this pack may be used by other developers to enhance the appearance of their lots.

The pack contains two styles of fencing (with or without barb wire) and includes extra items such as diagonal fence sections, corner sections, pedestrian gates and automatic rolling styled gates.

 

 ** This dependency has no dependencies.

All Pegasus files are now legacy content and are no longer officially supported - however support from the wider community can be requested here.


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Another brilliant upload! i need a load of fences for my airports and stuff so this will be really useful! 10/10 thanks
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You should turn these into ploppable lots, they'd go great with the US/Canadian border crossing here on STEX.
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constchar: Its a prop pack. Any one can use them to develop their own lots... and distribute those lots.
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Looking good, looking forward to some good industry BATs. Id wish for a brighter, more modern white version as well. But its alright ;)

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I was gonna download it because it would be nice eye candy in some places, but then I noticed its not ploppable fences =(... that would be nice though. Maybe someone could turn them into ploppables?

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Peg... don't tell me you modeled the wires.... Oh you detail freak, you =P
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hmmm I know where I can use these wonderful fences.... Sweeeeeeet Thank you peg for these great looking fences!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Well, since it's a dependency, I'll get it, but hopefully it will be made into a ploppable (like road noise barriers and stuff).

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Glenni: I tried using a chain link texture but it didn't look as good. Plus, by modeling the individual wires in the chain link mesh, the ferncing is semi-transparent in-game... as real chain link fencing is.
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WOOOOT! Never have too many chain links fences! looking great PEG Superb work as per your standard!

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Excellent work, but I, like others here, really want them independently plop-able. I'm looking for diagonal and curved fencing for a military installation. Please help us PEG, the citizenry are walking off with the weaponry.

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