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  1. Sim City: Wishlists

    My biggest gripe with SC4 is the super picky land-sea lots (seaports, ferries, etc), make it so they can be placed (and functional!) without hours of trial and error terraforming. Simple but stupid issues like that are what I hope they concentrate on addressing before they load up on silly gimmicks.
  2. Can't find it?... Ask here!

    Hi, I had a hard drive failure some while ago and lost all my SC4 content. I had this handy set of street/road/avenue level bus & subway stops that were just little things you'd plop right onto the street/road/avenue that'd say on the road 'bus (or subway) stop'. They were a real space saver since they'd just plop onto the street/road/avenue, they didn't include any other graphics besides the bus/subway stop lettering. I preferred them over anything else since I rarely wanted my bus & subway stops to have any visual impact. I searched the STEX to no avail. Anyone have any idea what I'm talking about or where I could find it? Thanks.
  3. SC4M files - any other way to use them

    I got it working now. I think it the problem was with the dll files, I had put them both in Windows/System32 like everything says to, but for some reason I think it wasn't finding them, or the ones I had were corrupt some way or another. The other day though I reinstalled windows 7, like i had been meaning to for several months, and though hell let's try the sc4m program again JIC. I put in the dll files and it worked this time, no idea why. Weird.
  4. Is there any other way I can make use of SC4M files other that using SC4 Mapper/Terraformer? I've got all these SC4M map files that'd I'd love to be able to use, but I've got Windows 7 and I've wasted an entire day trying every solution I can find here to no avail and I'm not going to waste any more.
  5. Worst City Planning

    Orlando has a privately owned and operated bus system, and it is not very effective due to crappy coverage and long route intervals. When gas prices start peaking over $10/gal (it'll happen soon enough) this whole area is going to be doomed because cars are the only effective way to get around. Then again in 100 years a third or so of the state will be submerged. Drinkable water is also relatively scarce here and barely a single aspect of the local economy is sustainable. In sum most of Florida was and is a stupid place to build anything.