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Help with bridge-plaza interaction

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by rippach, Jun 7, 2015.

  1. rippach

    rippach Unskilled Worker

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    Hi guys,

    I have a problem with a bridge in my city. I wanted to put a plaza next to and under a bridge but it tries to snap to the road on the bridge, it looks like this:

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    Does someone of you know how to avoid that? Or is this a bridge specific thing? If so, is there a way to fix it? I could also try to contact the original author of that mod, but I lost track of all the mods I have. I tried to figure out which one it is but couldn't. Does anyone know which mod that is (the bridge I mean).

    Thanks for your help
     
  2. Mr.X²

    Mr.X² Moderator
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    thats normal for about 90% of plazas available.. i never modded one, but seems like there is a setting for... just try plazas like "absoluteflatgrass"-plaza mod and others, they will stick to lowest ground point. http://xlnation.city/resources/absolute-flat-grass-texture.995/ others are included in plaza-packs.. cant remember, just try em out :)
     
  3. rippach

    rippach Unskilled Worker

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    Hi,

    thanks for your reply. That kind of works but doesn't fill the area underneath the bridge. With other bridges this works fine so I feel like it's not the plaza but the bridge that's causing the problem.

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    This is the same plaza that caused the problem with the other bridge. For this bridge, however, it works fine. It fills the area underneath the bridge and doesn't snap to the street on the bridge. Any idea? Is there maybe a way to change something in the .patch file for the bridge?

    Thanks
     

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