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  1. Textur and Performance problemI

    My game works a bit better between a combination of installing Rosetta and the recent update. Now, I just get weird images on occasions. It's quite freaky when I go to lay down GLR and I get a guy's face . However, it's much better than it was, and, while not perfect, I'm able to play the game again.
  2. Textur and Performance problemI

    That's great news; thank you for the update. I certainly hope that the update is tomorrow, as once my doctoral courses start Wednesday, I can kiss my free time goodbye!
  3. Textur and Performance problemI

    Well, I made an attempt to modify the prefs based on the Aspyr support site, but to no avail. Not sure what to do now, other than be frustrated .
  4. Textur and Performance problemI

    I did a search online and I found the website below. I am wondering if this will resolve the issues we are experiencing or if this is an unrelated issue. http://support.aspyr.com/index.php/kb/article/000724
  5. Textur and Performance problemI

    I am literally having this problem as we speak. It had been working fine until I built a water treatment plant. From there, I started getting garbled images including incorrectly rendered buildings, roads with extra lines, and a variety of other graphical mishaps. I thought maybe it was just that city, but even in other cities in my region, I began having that problem. To problem solve, I went through my plugins folder and removed the last thing I downloaded, but that didn't help. I've quit the game and restarted my computer twice already. I tried the 32-bit z option when loading the game...all to no avail. I'm running a MacBook Pro 2.26 Intel Core 2 Duo with 2 GB of memory and the NVIDIA GeForce 9400M @ 256 MB VRAM using OS X 10.6.3. Any help would be greatly appreciated! EDIT to make changes to spelling...apparently I can't type this morning .
  6. City Convetion Center

    Here in Kansas City, Bartle Hall is built over I-670, and it's very cool!