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@Krasner Wait for it  ;)

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LEX File Exchange Discussion / Re: POST HERE If you cannot access the LEX
« Last post by xxdita on Yesterday at 03:11:09 PM »
Hello, I cannot reset the password for LEX. Please help.


I have changed your LEX password and PMed it to you.
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LEX File Exchange Discussion / Re: POST HERE If you cannot access the LEX
« Last post by Sven Larsson on Yesterday at 08:49:23 AM »
Hello, I cannot reset the password for LEX. Please help.
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Still freaking awesome stuff over and over here  &apls &apls &apls
By the way, as you've been making lots of boats and lots of derelict vehicles as well, don't you plan to make some broken, or rusted out boats too ? Like the used ones that can be seen before they cut them into pieces to recycle them. Maybe you've made some already, can't remember. Just sayin'  ::)
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SC4 Tool / Re: Lot footprint doubled and leads to ctd??
« Last post by xxdita on February 18, 2020, 09:20:27 PM »
8.  renamed the lot and adjusted the wealth status in LEProp and
9.  as I have forgot to TE parts of the road I went back to LE to fix that

Did you have an earlier version of the lot plopped in the city already? Try to make sure you're demolishing them all when you know that changes will be necessary.
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SC4 Tool / Re: Lot footprint doubled and leads to ctd??
« Last post by Ralfger on February 18, 2020, 04:49:13 PM »
Thank you for your quick reply and kind offer  :-)
The mentioned SPSS file is the lot.sav; making the file extension visible is one of the first steps I do as well. In most circumstances transit enabling is an easy task to do but this time something went terribly wrong.
A brief overview of the different steps that I made:
1. lotting via LotEditor using a landmark with jobs;
2. plopping in game and running it to see the seasonal trees growing
3. changing base textures in PIMX as I couldn't find the appropriate textures in LE
4. running the game with the lot plopped without any troubles
5. adjusting some minor issues in LE, running the game
6. transit enabling via LETool
7. plopping and running the game without problems
8.  renamed the lot and adjusted the wealth status in LEProp and
9.  as I have forgot to TE parts of the road I went back to LE to fix that
10. plopped the lot and restarting the region leads to ctd...

Deleting TE didn't help, neither resetting the wealth value nor your first hints. Trying to use the older save I had to find out that it is now described as SPSS file..
I send you a mail with to files - the strange save and the malfunctioning lot - as I can't attach these files here.
Thank you very much for your help! 

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SC4 Tool / Re: Lot footprint doubled and leads to ctd??
« Last post by Andreas on February 18, 2020, 03:55:49 PM »
Apparently, your Windows doesn't show the file extensions, but just the description that either was supplied with the operating system itself, or that was written into the registry by another program. Go to the view options in Windows Explorer and find the checkmark that displays or hides file extensions. If you do that, the file in question should show up as "[your lot name].sav" instead just "[your lot name]".

Windows hides file extensions, maybe because Microsoft thought they would confuse novice users, but if there are two programs that use the same file extension, the description might be misleading, and double-clicking that file might open the wrong program. Whenever I install a new Windows, one of the first steps is to make the file extension visible again. ;)

Anyway, if you want, I can have a look at the lot in question, and add the desired modding (please provide a description how the transit enabling should be done, in case it's not visible from the textures and such). You can either attach it here, provide a link, or send me an e-mail (andreas [at] simcityplaza [dot] de).
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SC4 Tool / Re: Lot footprint doubled and leads to ctd??
« Last post by Ralfger on February 18, 2020, 02:33:38 PM »
Thank you very much for the link. In the meantime I was able to identify the older version that should be the .sav - it's a SPSS.dat! 

I neither have any idea what is happening nor how to find out or fix it. Perhaps one of you technical experts has a hint or the time and mood to check the file? I can't estimate how work-intensive that would be. My only other option is to start over again
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SC4 Startup Manager (SUM) / Re: Startup Manager on Win10
« Last post by xxdita on February 18, 2020, 01:45:32 PM »
Perfect! Thank you so much!
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SC4 Startup Manager (SUM) / Re: Startup Manager on Win10
« Last post by CaptCity on February 18, 2020, 12:05:00 AM »
Could you post what your ini file says?

This is what is listed in mine:



I remember being confused because the Configuration page made it sound like more should be there. But I just went with it and reordered the two names listed for FileControlMethod. Originally, the sumnjserver file was listed before the sumfmserver file. Those are the two I switched.

I was curious and wanted to confirm my memory, so I re-installed SUM 3 earlier today and it went as before. At first the program froze, but reordering those names fixed it.



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