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OK as you can see from the pic I get a red line at the entrance to the tunnel. It looks like it doesn't go through. Not sure if it is or not turned on drawpaths and see nothing for the tunnel.
What you see in the pic is RHW 4 tunnels. I attempted to run RHW through the hill but all I get is red line. I attempted to just run RHW through by dragging it but all I get is the red line. These tunnels I have I got here on the STEX and comes with just about all the networks tunnel entrances.
I have the green arrows shown by the drawpath cheat but you can see there is that thin red line going across the entrance.
I'm trying to build a HSR in my region. My only hang-up now is I can't find a HSR over RHW-6 puzzle piece. When dragging HSR across the RHW it trashs the RHW.
I thought there was a puzzle piece for this but can't locate it! I have NAM 36 installed (RightHand).
Is there a puzzle piece for this or a puzzle piece for RHW over HSR? If so where can I find them?
First of all let me say I'm new to this forum and to SimCity 4. I installed NAM to my computer with SimCity 4. Now while I was making the highways for the city that I'm working on, I noticed that I couldn't connect an exit from the RHW to lets say an avenue or a regular road or even a street.
So basically I'm stuck at this stage. Any help on where I can find something to connect this to a road would be appreciated. Or is there any way to make an exit with the NAM (with the default ground or elevated highway, there was the option of ramps and that could've been easily connected to the roads. With RHW, I don't seem to find any option like that.)
Good day all, I just installed NAM 36, and I get several questions of NAM 36:
1. Is there any transition pieces to connect between RHW and Avenue? It looks like the median line doesn't match like screenshot below:
2. When I connect MIS to Avenue, why there is no traffic light from the MIS direction?
3. Why the traffic light on my elevated road junction always steady green?
Anyone know what's the problem?
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