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NAM and network addons not getting along.

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I have isolated the my problem to the NAM folder and I'm 100% sure thats were it is. When I try to plop network widening mod, SAM, or HSR starter pieces I get the "unsuitable terrain" message. This is since updating to the latest version and I've had no issue before and it doesn't effect any existing networks. I've uninstalled and reinstalled these mods to no avail.

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Use NAM 31.2 Maybe that will fix your problem.

 

This thread's been inactive for a month, and NAM 31.2 is no longer available, nor are NAM 31.2 users eligible for tech support.

 

-Tarkus

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Use NAM 31.2 Maybe that will fix your problem.

 

This thread's been inactive for a month, and NAM 31.2 is no longer available, nor are NAM 31.2 users eligible for tech support.

 

-Tarkus

 

 

A month and a year actually. (:

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