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Problems With Sloping

Discussion in 'Game Play Support' started by BlindSheep, Sep 14, 2014.

  1. BlindSheep

    BlindSheep Unskilled Worker

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    Hi,
    Often when I place roads of different heights near or joining each other, or buildings at a higher height than a road they are snapping to (i.e. on a hill), the ground will "slope" onto the road, covering it with the grass texture. Are there any tips, best practices, or fixes that will help me avoid this? I've included a picture to demonstrate what I am talking about. gamescreen0001.jpg
     
  2. Mr.X²

    Mr.X² Moderator

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    place a small pedestrian/road bridge @ correct height and then delete it
     
  3. Alex24

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    graphic settings all high?

    also the resolution of the costum map might be a bit low
     
  4. BlindSheep

    BlindSheep Unskilled Worker

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    Yes the graphics are on the highest setting. It is a custom map (Flatland with Canals) so that may be some of the issue I guess.
     
  5. snick

    snick Moderator
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    I find placing plazas down in those areas helps although it doesn't always remove all of the grass slope. Some plazas also "stick" to lower elevations which also helps.
     

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