By Moses Zal
I always noticed this happening. When I lower the funding of the maxis jail because I have much less than 1,000 inmates inside the prison, I start to see prisoners running and cops trying to catch them on foot. Of course when I am lowering the funding, I am always keeping the capacity more that the number of inmates. Does this mean that prisoners are escaping or is it just an annoying eye candy?
Edit: I got the answer, It didn't came to my mind to look for the answer in Prima's official e-guide before posting. Decreasing funding of jails increases the chances of a prison break.
I have just found a wonderful video about which I was dreaming all my life =) The movie is here:
Due this video I have noticed that its possible to ride from city to city without exit/load maps, using one vehicle. Can you advise me which addition I need to install for having this beautiful possibility? Oh, and if it can be valid for U Drive It missions, I mean, can I use for example bus/train missions with tasks points marked not only in one city/loaded map, but it could be marked at another city/map?
Oh and if its possible for a subway train riding underground in tunnels, and also easily to other maps?
Oh and the last little question about roads: is a width of track for avenue as wide as for the standart 2x2 avenue or for the standart road? I think the width of the 3x3 high-speed highway which is gray is less wide, and I wanna be sure that tracks for modded avenues are not less wide.
i created a custom medium road with two tram lanes in its middle (center of tram lanes at +1,5 / -1,5 meters from the median). To make the rail transition with the vanilla medium road w/ tram, shall i create the rail transition (curve) by myself or it is calculated by CS?
For illustration pls check the below schreenshot (it is wip, still a lot of adjusment needed, i know)
Thanks in advance,
By Chief ZDN
My idea on mod listing is failed because it has a fatal flaw: it's not hassle-less. So, I'll redefine the existing Modpacc. The new Modpacc uses a LEX Deptracker-like system, but it's completely decentralized (even at the specification except for approving team but it's elected by the community). It's more reliable than the mod listing system and less expensive than the package management system. And, it's legal both for creators and site owners since site owner can opt-in to be integrated (meaning opt-out site behaves like an external site on LEX) and no ads circumvention involved.
The spec is coming soon but suggestions are welcome. There are 2 versions of spec offered, HTML and PDF. And, it's open source, meaning you can suggest changes on the spec easily and approved by the rolling approving team elected based on trust and contributions but still democratic.
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