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 Stratford - Bug when creating an end chute 
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Handicapper

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Post Stratford - Bug when creating an end chute
Hello

I had made an end chute, moved the water jump to near the winning post and created an opening between the final fence and the water jump so that the waypoints would move to the inside of the course. The end chute works fine but on preceding circuits, for some reason, the horses kink to the inside and then back on course again. The screenshot of the waypoints for jumps1 shows what I mean.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/984uoavoscrv0 ... roblem.png

When I go to 'rebuild course', the waymarkers starighten as they should. I save, then export and it looks fine. But if I close the editor, reopen it and then reload Stratford, I see that same kink again. I have tried putting in extra waypoints along the gap and added cone markers but neither works.

Is there something I have done wrong here? I had deleted part of the rail in the process of creating the end chute. Could it be the way I have deleted the rail that has caused this to happen?

Thanks


Sat Aug 09, 2014 12:42 pm
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Selling plater

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Post Re: Stratford - Bug when creating an end chute
It could well be something to do with any alignment markers that have been created. There's still several bugs with them that can cause problems like the one you have described. It will get fixed in a future version of the editor.


Mon Aug 11, 2014 7:51 am
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Handicapper

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Post Re: Stratford - Bug when creating an end chute
Thanks Orvilian. This problem was occurring with or without the alignment markers. Hopefully a patch for the editor will keep the course in line with the waymarkers.


Tue Aug 12, 2014 11:56 am
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