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RHM2 Tweaks and Fixes 3.0

Edited RHM2 version with new features and fixes

  1. Mr.X²

    Mr.X² Moderator

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    Mr.X² submitted a new resource:

    RHM2 Tweaks and Fixes - Edited RHM2 version with new features and fixes

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  2. luis diogo

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    Hi there MrX2.
    As you suggested, there is one eventual fix i think would greatly improve rhm. Don't know if it's possible tought.
    The thing is:
    curves made with rhm are very rigid, often resulting is some unnatural curvatures.
    There must be a place in the code which controls the smoothness of the roads.

    My suggestion would be adapting standard values for normal and custom roads into rhm, meaning more natural curves...
     
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  3. Steven H. Endermann

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    This was a great idea. Hopefully, this mod will make RHM building a lot easier. Anyway, can we get a 5-lane bridge? That is the only tweak of which I can think (and what @luis diogo said above).
     
  4. sadiemydog

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    Yes I was talking about the discussion thread. I wanna know where it was. You said we cut put our RHM-requests down here. But there was no link at all , so I'd wanna know. I wanna request a few stuff.
     
  5. Mr.X²

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    seems like its not up here on xln or the search engine is just crappy...^^
    anyways.. heres the 5lane bridge mod by "sapientia"
    ZZZ_XLN_sapientia_RHM2_more_rhms_v1.0.patch

    uhm o_O thats the discussion thread. here.
    so whats the request? :confused:

    yeah that would be pretty cool. dont know if that is possible.. gotta do some experiments and see
    actually every road consists of 40m long pieces, so there shouldnt be a difference, but well, its cxl and strange things can happen :LOL:
     
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  6. luis diogo

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    yeah that would be pretty cool. dont know if that is possible.. gotta do some experiments and see
    actually every road consists of 40m long pieces, so there shouldnt be a difference, but well, its cxl and strange things can happen :LOL:[/QUOTE]

    Thanks for looking into it. It would be a fantastic improvement.
     
  7. Steven H. Endermann

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    @Mr.X² Thank you for that link! Let's try er out!
     
  8. Ryan_cat

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    can't reply the review...
    the 10m bridge is not too small,actually the lanes of the 10m are of the same size to the 1 lane RHM.
    in XXL,the 1 lane RHM bridge is able to be upgraded into 10m bridge,but not conversely.

    the 1 lane RHM bridge is to big,i mean the bridge itself not the lane,while the 10m bridge is much smaller,which is more realistic. so please do that :)
     
  9. Steven H. Endermann

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    It worked out well. I will post some pictures later. Thank you for that link.
     
  10. Thrangar

    Thrangar Skilled Worker

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    Ok a little confused , since you say remove all other rm2 versions, does that mean this does not come with the installer,
    and if so how to install?
     
  11. Mr.X²

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    erm nope it doesnt come with an installer, its a modified version of rhm2
    just place it in your paks folder
    remove previous rhm2 installations (patch files; i think the original one is just called rhm2.patch), excluding rhm-addons
    sorry dunno how else to explain..

    just had several looks and experiments but for some weird reason it just wont the f* work.. dunno if i can find the issue, maybe someday when i have more time than now

    good :)
     
  12. chocolate_city

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    I'd like to thank the author for responding to my review of this version of the RHM2 tweaks and fixes and his solution which amounts to absolutely nothing... I guess there is no remedy... I'll just try to be careful placing the "pillars".
     
  13. CyberDophin

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    why cant i play the game after putting the patch file in "Paks" ??
     
  14. Mr.X²

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    This mod conflicts with the wear and tear mod, to bad because the wear and tear mod is essential for a European town
     
  16. Mr.X²

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    hm never figured out any conflicts.. if there are some, it must have a conflict with original rhm2 too
    can you tell more about that conflict?
     
  17. Puss in boots

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    When I place a intersection the Intersection takes the texture of the rhm
     
  18. chocolate_city

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    As a whole this remix of RHW is very exeptional, I really love how your able to place pillars in actual areas that are realistic... its unfortunate that once placed... they can't be deleted... making interchange creation a great deal more intensive, the visual trade off is almost worth it... The thing that I've discovered for myself is that bridges are a LOT less smooth... clunky and squared to be exact.. something I didn't care for in the original RHW.. Is it possible to smooth out the curves... I think I read somewhere that adjusting a few lines of code might do this... I like to give it try if someone could point me in the right direction..... Any help would greatly be appreciated.... Thanks....
     
  19. Mr.X²

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    since google wants my phonenumber to create an youtube account you gotta watch the proof that pillars can be deleted on mediafire :p
    pillarscanbedeleted.mp4
    just select it and press "delete" key on your keyboard

    about smoothness: probably its possible the same way as nocollision road works.. but atm i dont have time to figure this out
    a difference from my edited to original rhm2 smoothness is technically not possible.

    thats normal and cant be changed
    (at least i dont know a way, tell me if you find someone who knows)
     
  20. chocolate_city

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    Thank you for your response... it was truly appreciated... I'll take your word for it and just try to figure how I should place the arrow to delete, because whatever I'm doing ain't workin'
     

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