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Going to have a go at using the editor see if i can get a simple track designed firstly
Maybe a superfast Dirt Oval should be fun trying

I might end up with Laytown Beach a straight 1m4f track :lol:

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Second thoughts looks way too complicated for little old me back to SO6 leave it to you experts

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I'm just happy I found my course on the picture, it's taken 20 mins just to find it. :lol:


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Any ideas how to get scale bar on google Maps to get pixels simpleton here

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simpleminds wrote:
Any ideas how to get scale bar on google Maps to get pixels simpleton here



That makes two of us, took a gamble.

The editor is a bit :shock:


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ghostzapper74 wrote:
simpleminds wrote:
Any ideas how to get scale bar on google Maps to get pixels simpleton here



That makes two of us, took a gamble.

The editor is a bit :shock:


Not just me looking stupid then John :lol:

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I opened it and closed it in 5 seconds

and thought i ' m not albert einstein

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pjrhodes1970 wrote:
I opened it and closed it in 5 seconds

and thought i ' m not albert einstein


I done the course wp's and saved and then went back to it but cant find what I saved :(


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ghostzapper74, check the date modified on the map file you were editing. Does it show as being modified recently? If it doesn't then be sure you run the editor in administrator mode.


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When i load Virginia.map, this what I see.
Should I not see the whole course?

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meast32, hold down shift and use w, a, s, d and mouse look to move around the scene. Alternatively press F1 then keys and mouse look to move around.


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Thanks Orvillian. That worked for me!


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Why is it that everytime I try to spray paint the floor it crashes.

Orvillian can we change the in game courses because every time I try to change something it always crashes. I'm trying to shorten generic 5 race course but every time I try something it crashes can I change it.


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ghostzapper74, please let me know in detail the steps you take when attempting to modify the course and also what graphics card you are using. It could be that the crash is down to something hardware specific, as everything was set up in such a way that I knew it would be fine on certain hardware, whereas in game there's a lot more checking going on to make sure everything is okay.


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Orvillian wrote:
ghostzapper74, please let me know in detail the steps you take when attempting to modify the course and also what graphics card you are using. It could be that the crash is down to something hardware specific, as everything was set up in such a way that I knew it would be fine on certain hardware, whereas in game there's a lot more checking going on to make sure everything is okay.


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It's probably down to something I'm doing, I'm moving the rail and moving the wp and I went to save it and crashed.

I'm going to try and mess around again from the start and see what happens before my brain gets fried.


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