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Quote from: Go-Go-Packers on September 10, 2018, 10:08:05 amPLEASE HELP ME I have tried everything
Quote from: Lockheart on June 12, 2018, 11:41:41 pm
Greetings, I go by the name of Lockheart within the OMSI community. Some of you may or may not know of me, I am the creator of the map Willshire.
As it has come to my attention that Aussex has had some issues and very big problems, sadly none of which I know anything about as I have been out of the OMSI community for far too long, however because I want to see OMSI and the future of LOTUS to continue with its NA community I want to bring forward something that people hopefully will be happy to hear.
I wish to bring full permission to anyone and everyone that has access to my map Willshire, to upload, redistribute, alter, etc, however they see fit with in reason*. I bring this in because I know that a lot of the current NA maps for OMSI still seem to require Willshire, though I haven't delved deep enough to know exactly what my map brought to make it a requirement, but I am happy that it has helped pave a path for future OMSI North American maps.
So, if you have downloaded Willshire and have the zip file, or any form there of it. I ask that you please upload it where ever would be suitable, so that members can continue to enjoy OMSI's NA maps, it is a shame that I can only offer my map and files for the community at this time, but hopefully Aussex will be back up soon enough and members can continue to obtain the required files and maps.
Any further questions on Willshire, can be directed to me, though I don't access this site or any other OMSI site very often.
*: I do NOT however give permission to obtain any forms of monetary from the files, no uploading to sites that require payment or clicking ads for monetary means to the host in exchange for the downloads.
Quote from: Dash5155 on January 15, 2018, 01:25:13 pmQuote from: DreC on January 11, 2018, 02:50:45 pmHow about you don't promote illegal software on here?
I have a payware tram that has passenger doors on both sides that i could send you
Quote from: Mta_Donny on January 11, 2018, 08:47:19 amQuote from: MattBOnboardBus2100 on January 11, 2018, 07:52:58 am
Good news: as of late, I've gone back to actively working on the major update. For one example, all of Fort Street south of Eureka Road is fully with buildings.
Bad news: I have been unable to find a freeware tram that both works as AI and has passenger doors on both sides, so I am not so certain about having a running Q-Line.
Um have you thought about using the Tram Konstal 4N? It's freeware. I got it in gamesary or something like that
Quote from: Professoradg on December 21, 2017, 03:40:15 pm
Can't find this anywhere can anyone help
Quote from: ANIME-AND-BUSES on December 17, 2017, 06:06:37 am
Does anybody know how to properly install the Downriver Detroit map? Can someone do like a tutorial?
Quote1. Install all downloads mentioned above-don't forget to read the included readme files!
2. Extract all contents into your OMSI 2 folder. If you're prompted to merge folders, select YES. If you're prompted to overwrite files, unless you know what you're overwriting, select NO.
3. DO NOT SKIP THIS STEP! Follow the instructions in the placeholder documents in the models folder in the MichiganTrafficLight12 and DetroitSigns folders in the Sceneryobjects folder. By default, the folders are blank except for the documents and texture files as these are reskinned Chicago objects.
4. Note that this map does not overwrite the previous separate DDOT 19 and SMART 160 maps, but you may want to move them out of the maps folder for simplification.