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    SimCity 4
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  1. Show Us What You're Working On

    Oh, BTW, I uploaded my little relot of Kazuki Street Stalls v1& v2 :
  2. Version 1.0.0


    Tariel-Kazuki Street Stalls v1 & v2 I recenty uploaded the lost original, which I have been using liberally for years. With some problems, though, that I thought would be nice to save new users from, like missing props ; also, the pieces were not lighted, which is my personal bugaboo. Last but not least, I would have liked the v2 pieces to have some indication of direction, therefore I added some SPOT arrows in my relot. So here is a new version of Kazuki’s lots, trying to solve those little problems. I just licked them up and lit them and gave them new menu icons. All Hail goes to Kazuki for making them in the first place. You don’t need the original but it’s here. Those are neutral lots, eyecandy only. _____________________ Dependencies : BSC_MegaProps_Gascooker_vol1.dat http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=397 NetworkAddonMod_Props.dat : In NAM 32 and up PorkieProps-Vol1.dat http://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/11421-porkie-props-vol1-european-street-accessories/ PorkieProps-Vol2.dat : https://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/11420-porkie-props-vol2-seasonal-street-trees/ RVTNightlights (included) SPOT_C-rc100.dat (for plopping directions) https://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/24509-spot/ Tamorr_Family_Prop_v1.dat in Tamorr’s Resource 2.05 : http://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/21940-tamorrs-resource/ wmp_power_props01.dat in WMP Power Lots : http://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/26376-wmp-power-lots/
  3. Show Us What You're Working On

    (Me, I'm just finished with my frenzy of passenger stations relottings ; last one : Jenx Railway station.
  4. Show Us What You're Working On

    @Dreadnought : That obelisk is... oh my ! I mean, it looks kind of disproportionate to me, compared to the nearest buildings. But otherwise, really nice alternate NewYork/Manhattan ; I like your rosy nights.
  5. Can't find it?... Ask here!

    Second building is Newman Inc City Hall, a reward.
  6. Show Us What You're Working On

    @SC4L0ver : these look very good !!! I hope we can get them soon ; signed :#greedy'R'US @Simmer2 : amazing realism !
  7. Show Us What You're Working On

    I'm more willing to try. Under what name can they be found on the STEX (or wherever)
  8. Show Us What You're Working On

    @Simmer2 & @matias93 : yup, I thought so but sometimes I need to be encouraged to Do the Right Thing. Thanks. Simmer2, I have that dep, but I don't like those huge poles with their orange light cones. I think I will go on with those lights of mine, just much less of them ! Or find something else not too big, And I did use a lot of your props. I would have used more but I felt it was beginning to get cluttery ; I'd need to make huge lots like you, and Denis --for whom I am lotting and relotting -- likes his stations on the medium or even small side...
  9. Show Us What You're Working On

    I've been relotting (and relighting) a few freight stations, but I am not very familiar with what should or should not be there. May I have some advice from the rail bugs here ? NewmanInc Shipping : Un1 Freight station : Factory Freight Yard: Dirty Industry Freight station : and by night, (I know ; but in winter, here in Quebec night falls at 4 pm.. )
  10. DATpacking NAM36 for Mac

    Well, it gave ! The program opens, and I'm going to RTFM again. I hope it tells me that even if I datpack my NAM on my windows partition, which sends it to my plugins, I can take it out safely and put it in my Mac companion's plugins ? ......... and I thought : what if I datpack the NAM copied files in en empty plugins folder ? The Datpacker only datpacks what it is directed to pack, right ? AND IT WORKED. Well, it looks like it did. Game on MAc doesn't crash, NAM's items functioning as required ; no noticeable shorter time at opening (4 minutes ; then again Denis has a frapload of stuff in his plugins -- there might be some more datpacking in his future.... and in mine !...) but menus open more quickly... It works. I think it works ! (Well, for the time being, it does. Until next crash.) Thanks again, guys.
  11. DATpacking NAM36 for Mac

    I understand the difference between adding and installing (at least that , phew !) But I am getting more and more confused. OK. When I DLed the DLLs, there was a note on the website saying : (for windows 8) copy them in C>Windows>System32. I did that. There was no "installation" as I understand it from zips or NAM and such. Are dlls "applications”? When you say "application", what do you mean ? If Datpacker, I installed it from the zip and its .exe ; it went to Program Files (x86), as you say. If I understand what you are saying (and that a reach ! ) I should have put the dlls in "the root folder of the application", i.e. in the Datpacker folder ("directory" meaning just that) ? OK, so I'm gonna reinstall everything as per your instructions, and see what gives.
  12. DATpacking NAM36 for Mac

    Chapter 2. DLed SC4DatPacker. I DLed the required three DLLs as per the readme ; I installed them in C>Windows>System32 (I am on Windows 8, that's where I was told, when downloading that it is where they are supposed to go). I start the program. It won't work because "the MSCVP71.dll is missing".What ??? I JUST INSTALLED IT, for God's sake !!! @rsc204 : Robin, you say "Those you find, copy to the DAT Packer installation directory" ; OK, not System 32, then, but what and where is that ?
  13. Ethical Problem re dependencies

    @rsc204 @Jasoncw : I feared so. (even if Iink to the file ? awwww. ) @matias93 : I'm afraid not ; this is an obscure file whose link I found by chance in something else's deps after looking vainly for it : JSR PropPack Signs, by aqua877, who joined and last visited in here in May 2012...). So, the link it is, with the name of the prop for the valiants who 'd want to dive into the pack in Reader as I did. Thank you, Messieurs.