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 Copying Courses From SO6 
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Post Copying Courses From SO6
If you copy a course over from SO6 to JR how are races for that track generated or can you generate them.


Mon Jun 01, 2015 10:50 pm
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flumpet wrote:
If you copy a course over from SO6 to JR how are races for that track generated or can you generate them.


I have copied all my UK tracks from SO6 that's not included in JR and the game automatically adds them JR is also using the same Schedule that comes with SO6 so I guess you can use your own schedule.

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Cheers for that m8 sounds good so it is the courses from SO6 3d folder to the same in JR


Tue Jun 02, 2015 9:11 am
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I cant afford SO6 so does that mean i cant have all the courses. (its not a big problem if i cant because i love this game anyway)


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Post Re: Copying Courses From SO6
I was in the same boat as you buttonscasper being on a pretty tight budget, so after purchasing Jockey Rush I asked the Strategic Designs team directly if they could send me the course 'Editor' so I could create my own courses.
I did however promise not to bother them with questions about the editor as I have fairly good previous experience with these types of tools.
In the end they obliged and sent it to me via email.
Now I can make courses via google earth images that once scaled correctly give you very accurate track dimensions.
It's certainly not a breeze to use the editor, but there are guidelines on this forum for its use and I have found great satisfaction in the 3 courses that I have already re-created for Australia.

Of course you could just download extra user made courses of which many are very good, but just be aware that some are just copies of existing courses which have been renamed because they look a little like the course in question and I personally am not interested in those.

Anyway whatever you decide good luck.
P.S If you do choose to want to try the editor I suggest a flat course first as probably the most difficult part of course making has to be creating of sloping or hilly terrain. In my opinion the editor desperately needs a smoothing type tool.

Actually 'Simple Minds' if you read this I'd like to ask you some questions regarding hilly terrain, if you are up for it?


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Wingding65 wrote:
I was in the same boat as you buttonscasper being on a pretty tight budget, so after purchasing Jockey Rush I asked the Strategic Designs team directly if they could send me the course 'Editor' so I could create my own courses.
I did however promise not to bother them with questions about the editor as I have fairly good previous experience with these types of tools.
In the end they obliged and sent it to me via email.
Now I can make courses via google earth images that once scaled correctly give you very accurate track dimensions.
It's certainly not a breeze to use the editor, but there are guidelines on this forum for its use and I have found great satisfaction in the 3 courses that I have already re-created for Australia.

Of course you could just download extra user made courses of which many are very good, but just be aware that some are just copies of existing courses which have been renamed because they look a little like the course in question and I personally am not interested in those.

Anyway whatever you decide good luck.
P.S If you do choose to want to try the editor I suggest a flat course first as probably the most difficult part of course making has to be creating of sloping or hilly terrain. In my opinion the editor desperately needs a smoothing type tool.

Actually 'Simple Minds' if you read this I'd like to ask you some questions regarding hilly terrain, if you are up for it?


Thanks wingding but I will not be able to use the editor because I have not got experience on stuff like that unlike you and also I can't find user made courses on the internet so I just hope strategic orders can add a few more courses!!!!!!


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