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So errm just loaded into my Berlin post-parklief. I have 81 tiles and dozens of mods. Was a bit confused by this:

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The entire map has a thick overlay color. Dunno what's causing it but I don't think it's supposed to be there. Have others noticed this? I can still zone the park (shown in purple). When I de-zone the park around the edges (shown at the top right by the small area with no overlay), I get these clear see-through areas. I think the whole map should look like that, right? So I wonder what is causing this creamy everywhere thing.

 

Also wondering why we need an entire "de-zone" tool menu option. Doesn't right-click on the zone tool do exactly the same thing? Is this some x-box-needed UI stuff?

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Yeah, I have it too. But when I turn off all mods it's gone, so seems like a mod messing with things. I haven't found which one does it - with like 97 mods it's a long process. :P

Edit: Looks like it's 81 tiles doing it. Turned it off and it was gone. You can remove it with the park area tool, which makes it even weirder. :P

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