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So, I'm having a problem with several of my residential buildings going abandoned for no reason. I demolish them, they get rebuilt, new sims move in and are happy, then about 5 mins later they say something like "it was fun but we're moving out!!" and not give an actual reason as to why.
Did I do something wrong?
By Bad Peanut
Hey guys, new Poll!
Please choose out of the following options for a 32m wide network which will have 4 tram tracks.
The idea is that this is still a station track prefab so it will only be able to be placed inside an asset (so similar to monorail station tracks). This is due to the fact it will be using a unique track configuration which I will make compatible with the CO vanilla groups (they will connect visually with any tram network using the same connect groups as snowfall tracks)
The trams will be able to stop on each set of track so you can have 4 separate parallel stops on the same road.
Please keep in mind the following:
- DLC required for lanes,
- platform widths (some of them are very skinny so maybe they're not as good)
- overall usability as a medium road.
- vehicle flow compatibility with vanilla/DLC roads
FYI red tram lanes are tram only (not bus as well)
IF you think of a better layout still vote on the above, but also POST a streetmix pic illustrating exactly how it can work within 32m and with the correct widths for lanes/platforms
I think I do have a good idea how RCI works, but is there any data out there that shows in detail the inner workings of the RCI demand system? Not their effect on the city but literally how demand is generated/calculated. Just curious ;o
Sorry if that's already been answered somewhere else - I haven't been able to find anything :/
Thanks to @CorinaMarie, I discovered 50 files of various RCI buildings, very pretty, very American, by a long gone bater @dk1.
There are NO dependencies in any of the files. Many (all?) are improvements from the default MAXIS ones.
Now my question: how can I place them in my plugins folder without creating more havoc. Ideally, they should stay together in a dedicated folder, but with what name?
Thanks for your comments.
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