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  1. Underground Slope Mod?

    @CorinaMarie I've used the x3 since 2006 ? .... and never had any issue with it.
  2. Underground Slope Mod?

    here - >
  3. Show us your Bridges

    Repurposing a HSR bridge...
  4. Show Us What You're Working On

    That is really odd ... first question, as its a maxis bridge, have you tried drawing it with no other plugins to eliminate a conflict ?
  5. Show Us What You're Working On

    hmm a blank storefront with many different signs as a prop family would be interesting too.
  6. AngryMozart's BAT symphonies

    So nice to see those !!! I need to find some time to add them to my seaport now !
  7. Australia

    Yeah it is excellent! I've been fortunate enough to snorkel in the great barrier reef off of Cairns.
  8. It was simtropolis.com .
  9. @Cyclone Boom Just an FYI - I also got a 403 forbidden error yesterday because it could not access the htaccess file, and again about an hour ago.
  10. Can't find it?... Ask here!

    @Wiotbilu It appears you are using the no transit lots. This would prevent you from dragging through. Within the lot, you will find 2 transit enabled lots - one is for transit on the right and other for transit on the left. You will need to plop these to be able to drag through. Note - the non-transit ends will have to be side by side to prevent issues.
  11. Can't find it?... Ask here!

    There is a mod, an old one I believe that speeds up construction for roads and bridges. Does anyone remember what it was called ? My plugin's folder is 16GB and its proving hard to find this one.
  12. 16GB and another 4GB in unused plugins folder. I have a very fast laptop so loads time are only 5 minutes (.... yes "only" )
  13. Show Us What You're Working On

    @Simmer2 Please tell me someday those walls will get a release...
  14. Show Us What You're Working On

    Consider this image: Bloor-Danforth (Green) was built in the 1960s, Sheppard (Purple) in the late 90s and the Relief Line (Blue) will start construction hopefully in a couple years. The line not shown here, Yonge-University, is about 6.5 m at its open cuts and that section was built in the early 1950s. So, it all comes down to what era your modeling for station depth.
  15. Show us your construction zones

    Thats called throwing down the gauntlet on the first post!
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