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Creator: Andreas Upload Date: 2007-05-03
Last Update: Never File Type: Plop
Views: 7001 Category: Utilities - Power
Last Downloaded: 2020-10-12 Downloads: 4347

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Description

In older versions of SimCity the powerlines didn't look like high-voltage powerlines. In SimCity 4, you'll have to use a separate power supply for every rural development when you don't want to disfigure your landscape with huge ugly masts. The SFBT rural powerlines will make this obsolete. You can use them along a road or straight across the country. Since the base texture of this lots is transparent, they will match with any terrain texture you have installed. Important note: The powerlines can only be used on perfectly flat terrain, otherwise the props won't align anymore.

Dependencies (see readme file for links):

- SFBT Essentials

- BSC_DAE_ForestTracks_props.dat from the BSC Forest Lot series (optional, contains alignment props that help plopping these lots)

Comments

Zakmartin1 Please make more telegraph poles<br /> 2014-03-11
Zakmartin1 Please make more telegraph poles<br /> 2014-03-11
Steel rat I got the same problem as MrArtySim 2013-08-20
MrArtySim My land dissapears under the poles and wires leaving me with no textures. Any idea why this would be? ( I think I have all the dependancies ie.SFBT essentials. Please help! 2013-02-11
Mulu2065 So realistic. 2011-07-21
marlons THOSE POWERLINES IN THE GAME DON\'T LOOK LIKE MASTS THEY LOOK LIKE THE POWERLINES YOU SEE TODAY 2010-08-07
Tenzwood here we are 3 years later, me having just found this. Looks great, and I\'ve always felt that the default ones were more of a...MASSIVE power line then just your normal powerline 2010-01-07
Lilojame Thank you very much! 2008-10-30
City Builder Just wanted to say thanks. I do realize that this item was uploaded 5/2007 but I\'ve just found it after just about pulling my hair out looking for something like this to replace the large unsightly power high voltage lines that ships with the game. So thanks very much. 2008-01-31
EDGE4194 These are a great idea, but i never seem to have enough perfectly flat terrain to use them. I sure wish there was a way to make these draggable and slope conforming. 2007-06-16