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      So, it seems like I'm out of options in order to create the city I want. The optimal conditions would be a city without any dirty industry at all. A little bit of manufacturing industry is something I can live with. And high levels of high-tech industry is of course something I admire very much.
      Can somebody please enlighten me on what I am doing wrong? Education and health leves are usually very high, crime rate is low and my mayor rating ig generally very high.
      EDIT: Another question: How come, that ALL my high-income AND high-density residential skyscrapers ALWAYS turn black and abandoned after 5 minutes? It's pretty annoying that they just won't stay nice and clean.
    • By Ronyx69
      People have always asked for help by tagging me in this forum or messaging on steam or reddit.
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      A place for anybody to get help with whatever you think I'm qualified to help with.  
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    • By SC4L0ver
      Buenos días! 
      Acabo de comprar SC4 a través de Steam (por fin tengo SC4 tras años sin jugarlo, al no poder usar la versión CD en Windows 10) y me gustaría saber si el LotEditor, SC4 PIM, y demás programas son compatibles con esta versión, pues teóricamente la carpeta "plugins" se encuentra en otro sitio.
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