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  1. Version 1.00

    621 Downloads

    KOSC Presents: Industrial Revolution Mod - Logistic Filler Set 1 Introduction This is a set of ploppable filler lots for dirty, manufacturing, and hi-tech industry which are designed to add some logistic support to your industrial areas. The set was designed with IRM in mind and as such, utilizes matching bases and walls from that of the original releases. Package Overview This package contains a set of 15 filler lots: 5 for dirty, manufacturing and hi-tech industrial areas. All the lots have props that are highly randomized. Parked trailers and semi cabs will show up in many different sizes and forms and sometimes not even at all. Lot stats are designed to match the original IRM fillers as closely as possible. This includes positioning indicators to help you align the lots with respect to other things around it. Every lot is nearly neutral, with negligible amounts of pollution, no power/water consumption and are maintenance free. All lots are $5 to bulldoze and are extremely cheap to plop ($5 for I-D, $6 for I-M, $7 for I-HT). The lots are located in the landmarks menu and clumped together with the original filler sets. Install Instructions Drop the files in your My Documents/SimCity 4/Plugins folder. Dependencies Use with the Industrial Revolution Mod and the associated filler sets is highly recommended. If you have the dependencies for those sets, you only need the following. IdM - Trucking Essentials HD North American 40ft Semi Trailers Vol. 1 HD North American 53ft Semi Trailers Vol. 1 HD North American Semi Truck Cabs Vol. 1 BSC MEGA Props Misc Vol. 2 Standalone users will also need the following. Props BSC MEGA Props SG Vol. 1 BSC MEGA Props CP Vol. 1 BSC MEGA Props Jestarr Vol. 1 BSC MEGA Props Jestarr Vol. 2 SFBT Essentials Textures Railyard and Spur Textures, Mega Pack 1.02 Credit goes to T Wrecks for the original Industrial Revolution Mod, which served as a template for the lot design of this set, and MushyMushy for the trucks which were the driving forces behind the conception of this set. Enjoy!
  2. Version 1.0

    4,126 Downloads

    INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION MOD I-HT Filler Set 1 1 - INTRODUCTION/OVERVIEW This is a set of 12 ploppable filler lots for high-tech industry (I-HT) that can be used to complement grown industrial areas with some open yards, walls, and several types of cargo stacked outside. The set has been made for the IRM and, as such, blends in well with I-HT areas because it uses the same base texture, and the green fences look rather modern and suitable for high-tech industry. You will find these lots in the landmark menu, conveniently grouped together right under the I-M fillers. Names and descriptions are bilingual once again, i.e. if your SimCity installation has a German locale, you will automatically see German names and descriptions. All other locales will display English names and descriptions. The lots with stacked cargo on them will be restricted to relatively level ground - after all, you wouldn't stack containers or pallets of cargo on an incline! The open areas and walls, however, are highly slope-tolerant, which makes them extremely versatile fillers. Check the existing I-D filler set for more details. Most props have been highly randomised. In some cases there is not only a random selection of the particular prop to appear, but also a certain probability wheter any prop will appear at all - or not. This has been made to maximise variation and visual interest. This time around, there are no stacked pipes, but you'll get an assortment of chemical tanks instead - this seemed somewhat more high-tech to me. When you have these lots on your mouse cursor, you will notice orange-coloured bars being displayed on them. These are positioning indicators that show the position and alignment of the most important props before you plop so there is no trial and error involved. Play around with it a bit, and I'm sure you'll find it to be self-explanatory. After plopping a lot, the positioning indicators will appear once for a second or so, and then disappear forever. In terms of game stats, these lots are almost neutral. They do not contain any park/landmark effect, cause a negligible amount of pollution, and cost §7 to plop / §5 to bulldoze each. There are no running costs whatsoever, so plopping a lot of these will not harm your budget even in the tiniest starter town. INSTALLATION: I recommend extracting the ZIP file into your main IRM folder (...\Plugins\IRM\). After installation, a new folder called "I-HT Filler Set 1" should have appeared, which contains the 12 lot files you will need in order to use this set. However, there is no technical necessity to use this folder; any place inside your plugins will work. 2 - THE TECH STUFF Not much this time, since these are pretty plain eye-candy lots. As mentioned above, use with the IRM is recommended and will yield best visual results, but there is no technical interdependency. 3 - DEPENDENCIES If you already have the I-D filler set or the I-M filler set, you have all you need. If you use these lots as an extenstion of the IRM, there will only be one additional dependency: SFBT Essentials - for the diagonal overlay, the fences, and those nifty positioning indicators. If you use these lots as a standalone set, you will also have to download the following dependencies: Maxis Buildings as Props - for the security building at the entrance BSC Mega Props Jestarr Vol.01 - for most of the cargo props and some ancillary objects BSC Mega Props Jestarr Vol.02 - some less important props BSC Mega Props Gascooker Vol.01 - for the containers and a dumpster model I used. 4 - FINAL WORDS Phew, this concludes the series of ploppable filler lots for the IRM! This is also going to be the last IRM upload you're going to see for a while - this year at least. I've had enough of it for now. In the running month, I have uploaded 369 lots for you guys and gals to enjoy - that will have to do for a while. Some time next year, I guess I'm going to "IRM-ify" some popular industrial BATs. This is likely to happen one by one. However, all this is pure theory right now. I'm going to enjoy the holidays without touching the Lot Editor, and I wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year, too. T Wrecks, Dec 19, 2012
  3. Version 1.0

    4,671 Downloads

    INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION MOD I-M Filler Set 1 1 - INTRODUCTION/OVERVIEW This is a set of 12 ploppable filler lots for manufacturing industry (I-M) that can be used to complement grown industrial areas with some open yards, walls, and several types of cargo stacked outside. The set has been made for the IRM and, as such, blends in well with I-M areas because it uses the same base texture, and the rather neutrally designed walls are a good compromise between old and modern, which will make them look good in connection with any I-M facilities. You will find these lots in the landmark menu, conveniently grouped together right under the I-D fillers. Names and descriptions are bilingual once again, i.e. if your SimCity installation has a German locale, you will automatically see German names and descriptions. All other locales will display English names and descriptions. The lots with stacked cargo on them will be restricted to relatively level ground - after all, you wouldn't stack containers or pallets of cargo on an incline! The open areas and walls, however, are highly slope-tolerant, which makes them extremely versatile fillers. Check the existing I-D filler set for more details. Most props have been highly randomised. In some cases there is not only a random selection of the particular prop to appear, but also a certain probability wheter any prop will appear at all - or not. This has been made to maximise variation and visual interest. When you have these lots on your mouse cursor, you will notice orange-coloured bars being displayed on them. These are positioning indicators that show the position and alignment of the most important props before you plop so there is no trial and error involved. Play around with it a bit, and I'm sure you'll find it to be self-explanatory. After plopping a lot, the positioning indicators will appear once for a second or so, and then disappear forever. In terms of game stats, these lots are almost neutral. They do not contain any park/landmark effect, cause a negligible amount of pollution, and cost §6 to plop/bulldoze each. There are no running costs whatsoever, so plopping a lot of these will not harm your budget even in the tiniest starter town. INSTALLATION: I recommend extracting the ZIP file into your main IRM folder (...\Plugins\IRM\). After installation, a new folder called "I-M Filler Set 1" should have appeared, which contains the 12 lot files you will need in order to use this set. However, there is no technical necessity to use this folder; any place inside your plugins will work. 2 - THE TECH STUFF Not much this time, since these are pretty plain eye-candy lots. As mentioned above, use with the IRM is recommended and will yield best visual results, but there is no technical interdependency. 3 - DEPENDENCIES If you already have the I-D filler set, you have all you need. If you use these lots as an extenstion of the IRM, there will only be one additional dependency: SFBT Essentials - for the diagonal overlay and those nifty positioning indicators. This pack will be used on upcoming filler sets as well. If you use these lots as a standalone set, you will also have to download the following dependencies: BSC Mega Props Jestarr Vol.01 - for most of the cargo props and some ancillary objects BSC Mega Props Jestarr Vol.02 - some less important props BSC Mega Props Gascooker Vol.01 - for the containers and a dumpster model I used. 4 - FINAL WORDS Two down, one to go! A similar filler set for high-tech industry is in the making. This one will not feature old-fashioned brick walls, but modern security fences. T Wrecks, Dec 17, 2012
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