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      By michae95l · Posted
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    • Okushiri, a Japanese island
      By SUPERMESSI · Posted
      Its very strange, since i use the lattest NAM also. Couldn't you be missing some dependency? I remember that i follow your advice (it was you or Tonraq or Teiko, i don't recall) regarding this SAM, and i've somehow made it work... Now that you talk about it, i realize that maybe, in the streets that were already built and zoned, i still have the same issue. That has to do with something i've downloaded this week, and that somehow made it work. The Catenary mod is what? A mod for Rails? Well i use the elevated rail (normal rail) with a yellow texture that comes with nam, i use the standard hspr, a monorail elevated (not the vanilla one) and a el rail that is different from the standard one (has fences etc.). 
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    • Foxnine's buildings
      By Turjan · Posted
      I have subscribed to at least three of your buildings, but I have not seen or used any of them in my game yet, so I cannot really comment. You seem to have a good hand at making attractive models. The most interesting ones (for me) from those you listed are the Centre Le Corbusier and the Chinese building directly behind it. I have to admit that I did not subscribe to the MASP because I did not like the textures. I was not sure whether those were supposed to be windows or some plating. I think the texture work is the hardest part of making attractive buildings, spoken as someone who has never modeled anything but already tried to make good textures - and failed. In principle, buildings like Foxnine's Coffee (the model is nice) or the Japanese low apartment would be very attractive with some nice textures. Skyscrapers come a dime a dozen on the exchanges (okay, CS isn't quite there yet, but it's a common development in city builders), but finding nice small buildings is hard. So, keep up your good work.
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