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adventurerneil

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  • City-building game(s)
    SimCity 4
    Cities: Skylines
    More iconic Denver goodness! Thank you from a Coloradoan! :-)
    Diego 4 presidente! Looks great!
    Iconic Denver skyscraper! Thank you!
    I am from Denver, so 5 stars for you! :-)
  1. Thank you CorinaMarie and rsc204! Loving my SC4 experience some 13-14 years after initial release - which is rather unbelievable in the software world!
  2. Thanks again! I appreciate the contextual info about developers and Mac OS, too. I'll try pointing to the installed folder, which does seem to be installed and working correctly (NAM addons + SC4 native complexity = quite the learning curve). Just out of curiosity, once I do make changes in TSCT, is there an "easy" way to see that they're saved / working in-game? Edit to add: Adding 2 pics showing my setup / folder usage to see if it might look right:
  3. Thank you, rsc204 for your response! OK, so I located the file, but it appears to be wrapped in the wineskin that I downloaded... does that it mean it didn't install correctly? I clicked the .jar from there and it opened and showed me the settings page, but said it couldn't find the NAM folder and wanted me to point it to it. If I do so, am I doing this right? Seems weird to run the thing from the installer. Here's a pic of the file in the wineskin thing: Cheers, Neil
  4. Hi All, New Mac SC4 player here (and somewhat new Mac user in general). I just downloaded and installed SC4 from Steam and also successfully installed NAM mod. I'm wanting to make a "road diet" city where people rarely choose to drive, but I can't seem to open TSCT to edit it. After installing NAM, I see 2 desktop links that are labeled for TSCT, but I can't open either of them. When I click on the files (one file is "Transportation Simulation Configuration Tool.lnk" and the other is ""Transportation Simulation Configuration Tool.desktop") it says it doesn't know how to open those. I can post a pic later if requested. I'm guessing I'm missing a pre-req of some sort, though I did just update Java on the Mac. Any thoughts? I know it's silly but I've been searching for hours and can't find any answer. I've also looked through my files to try to find a "TSCT.bat" or .jar, but can't seem to find anything. Thank you in advance for any help!