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Reduced Snap Distance beta2

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This mods reduces to a quarter the minimum distance between the cursor and an existing street before the cursor snaps to that street. The snap distance to guides is reduced as well.

 

It lets build with udon much easier.

This tweak is included in the udon expansion of my other mod "Functional Guides".

 

I need you to test if this works online, and if it's incompatible with some other mods.


What's New in Version beta2   See Changelog


Released

  • beta2 release date: 2014-08-01
  • further reduction of snapping distance

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