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Hallo Leute!

Das Waldheimer-Tal (englische Version: Forest Valley) ist ein Tal der fiktiven Sorte, welches ich mit viel Präzision erstellt habe. Normalerweise sind die meisten Regionen groß, doch man kann ja auch mal ein bisschen Abwechslung gebrauchen!

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Hello Guys!

Forest Valley is a fictitious Valley, I've created it with a lot of precision basically are the most Regions large or medium-sized but a small one is nice too!

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Región del Bosque o Valle del Bosque (version Inglés: Forest Valley) es un región ficticia, he creado con mucha precisión. Normalmente son los Regiónes gran o mediano, pero un pequeño región es tambíen bonito!

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Super Karte! Weiter so! ^_^

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I do love it! :kitty: Sorry that i reviewed my own Map... sorry.

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      SM2 Gogar Tram Depot
      Rail Service Yard
      SM2 SG SimTropolis Station DTR
      SM2 Rail Service Yard 2
      @Takingyouthere uploaded a diagonal rail tunnel portal that converts heavy rail to subway traffic:
      Diagonal Rail Tunnel
      @Bipin shared some FLUP covers with us that can be used to change the appearance of FLUP entrances/exits:
      Bipin's Cosmetic FLUP Covers
      @Moonraker0 contributed a street parking mod for NWM sections:
      NWM Street Parking
      @Fantozzi also ventured into the rail department an tried his hands on a freigth yard:
      Real Freightyard V2
      @kingofsimcity released his modular parking lots on a series of complementary releases
      @mattb325 shared Chicago's Grand Central Terminal with us:
      @rsc204 created some light rail warehouses and a handful of basic lots to show them in work:
      @Bombardiere reminded us that W2W doesn't have to be limited to RCI with this library:
      @Diego Del Llano let the skyscrapers aside for a bit, to model a post-modernist museum
      @rsc204 once again created a dependency and a teaser lot to show it in operation - this time for tennis parks & clubs:
      @Manuel-ito covered various Maxis buildings with his "Maxis Renewal" re-lot series, including parks & recreation:
      @11241036 brought a mayor's square and a modular plaza system to the STEX:
      @kingofsimcity shared a tennis park set and some open grass fillers for FA networks with us:
      @flunight gave us the most characteristic part of Río on a modular beach set:
      Flunight Copacabana Beach
      @DocRorlach is remembered here with a traditionally dependency-heavy sports park:
      @FrankU made a cemetery reward that acts as a sequel to the Maxis cemeteries:
      @ussoldier2002 dedicated an upload to our deceased Resident Moose:
      @KOSMO* contributed Barcelona's famous football stadium and one of New York's landmarks to this STEX category:
      @nos.17 brought us two lots that set the famous statue by reddonquixote/Travis and ripptide's Palacio Cristal in a new context:
      @Heblem did an intempestive release, a neoclassisist palace inspired on the cancelled Mexican Legislative Palace
      @JP Schriefer gave us a completed governmental building, the seat of the brazilian executive:
      Palácio do Planalto
      @Stanďák contributed an Eastern European church:
      SimPrague St. Wenceslas Church
      @adambailey39 uploaded two stadiums:
      DU Rivers Stadium
      DU Tigers Stadium
      @alvaro6j recreated one of the wold's most famous ocean liners for SimCity:
      Queen Mary 2
      @Ng_pillow uploaded his first BAT, a massive complex from Singapore:
      1 Shenton Way
      @Fantozzi reminded us that landmarks often attract buses full of tourists - and made it possible to plop those:
      Mass Tourism
      @FrankU made a Dutch-style version of the farm fair:
      @nos.17 gave dmscopio's Staples Center a spin and uploaded a new lot:
      @SpiritOf69 uploaded two WWII bunkers:
      @Takingyouthere added a whole series of telecommunications towers to the STEX:
      @Wallibuk brought as a monastery from Georgia (the country on the Caucasus):
      Props & Automata
      @airman15 once again made a large number of car automata - can you find the surprise helicopter among them?
      Nissan Skyline GT-R
      Wrightbus New Routemaster
      Volvo V90
      Mercedes Sprint 2500
      @flunight uploaded a set of flora props as well as a dependency for tropical beaches:
      Flunight Props Vol 1 - Flora
      Flunight Props Vol 2 - Copacabana
      @Mary Maurine Mayo accompanied her lot/BAT uploads with some farming and SimMars prop packs:
      LNX JBM Mega Prop pack
      SM_Mars Props
      @11241036 broadened the selection of available lot foundations and retaining walls:
      @metarvo made a pack of power poles available on the STEX:
      @tiemanjw uploaded a set of three modern navy vessels:
      @flunight made the iconic Copacabana sidewalk pattern available as a set of lot textures:
      Flunight Textures
      @VeeTHis shared a set of plaza textures:
      Plaza Texture Pack
      @Mary Maurine Mayo not only accompanied her uploads with props, but also with a texture pack:
      JBM Mega Texture Pack
      @matias93 made a basaltic sand texture for volcanic beaches:
      Basaltic Sands Texture
      @kingofsimcity made his extensions of shktherapy's parking textures available to Simtropolis users:
      @Simmer2 contributed a texture set for rail in concrete:
      @VeeTHis uploaded another plaza texture pack:
      Mods & Tools
      @InvisiChem made a new, fixed and improved version of the CAM available, as well as suitably tuned CAM replacements for Maxis residential buildings:
      The following users added to the map pool on the STEX:
      @Urban Constanta:
      Stripe Island
      Krampa DeSimmia
      @Mary Maurine Mayo:
      Dovetail Region
      @Dollar Tower$:

      Phew, there we are. A big shout out to @matias93, @JP Schriefer and @Hamish for help putting all this together. I hope this will help one or two of you to make a choice, and some nominations! I need a drink now. No, make that two... bottles.
    • By DJDL
      Hello all!
      I have downloaded Peg's Brigantine Water Mod, but when I go to extract the files, my Norton AV declares its unsafe and deletes it.  I have downloaded other Peg Mods with no issues (Streams, Ponds, Utopia, SPAM, etc.).
      Has anyone else had this happen and do you know a workaround?  Simtropolis has an excellent reputation of keeping viruses and other bad things out of the community, so I find it hard to believe it could be a virus.  If anyone would like to investigate this, here is the file Norton Insight removed and quarantined as a medium risk:  
      and the .exe file:
      Thank you so much for your help!
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