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Hey everyone, i'm new to this website so i will apologize in advance if this topic has been solved.
I recently installed NAM 36 in my SimCity Deluxe: Rush Hour on my computer and i built a Tram system in my city, and i wanted to drive it, like you can with the monorail, but whenever i tried it would abruptly end at each station. I know with the monorail you can fix that easily. Is there a way to fix it with the Tram? Any advice would be great!
This is a map of the greater area of Boston, Massachusetts. Since this is my first map, there might be a few kinks. Areas include: downtown Boston, Boston Logan Intl. Airport, Cambridge, Winthrop, Brookline, and more! This map is almost completely flat, so it's perfect for heavy development.
Instructions on installation in the readme file included in the download.
I wish I had the ability to work on future planning in-game. I currently make liberal use of sign posts to designate where future buildings, roads and zones will be. The problem is I can't "see" the footprint of those building(s), road(s) or zone(s). If I'm off by a single tile when actually placing the planned building, road or zone it can mess up the whole area.
I'd love to be able to go into "future planning" mode and "place" the building(s), road(s) and zone(s) and see the highlighted tiles of where everything will be placed. Upon leaving "future planning" mode, the area would look just like it did before.
Is something like this possible or does it already exist? I did a search of Simtropolis before starting this topic and I didn't find anything. I know that doesn't mean it isn't out there. It just means I didn't find it.
Thanks -- Brad
I'm wondering, could a plug-in be causing my city not to grow at all? Normally I can start a new city, plop down some zones and it'd start growing, but I've gotten nothing, even put on speed and lowered taxes. This didn't happen before so I'm curious if it's something I installed.
Edit: Nevermind. Found out I installed a suppression plug-in.
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