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Offline emanueru

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Question about Capacity Satisfied property.
« on: November 18, 2014, 04:27:23 PM »
So I have been using the "Recompute Properties" tool of SC4PIM to adjust several buildings I downloaded time ago.
And I noticed that some growables buildings have, in the "Capacity Satisfied" property, the value of "CS-$$ Xnumber", and when recompute this change to "CS-$ Xnumber CS-$$ Ynumber".
So I wondering what effect this have in the game?
Is best if I delete the "CS-$ X" property or left it in this form "CS-$ X CS-$$ Y"?
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Note: I'm aware of the "Occupant Types" property too.

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Re: Question about Capacity Satisfied property.
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2014, 05:12:41 PM »
Medium and high wealth lots also include capacity for the lower wealths in case the lot dalipidates. This goes for both Residential and Commercial, with the exception of CO$$ given there's no CO$. It's kinda essential to the RCI simulator to provide lots with this lower wealth capacity as it acts as a 'buffer' when the city takes a down turn, i.e. replacing a number of $$$ jobs or residents with a larger number of $$.

So, definitely keep the CS$ capacity along with the CS$$ capacity. I'm actually quite curious where you found those lots with just CS$$ capacity in the first place btw.   
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Re: Question about Capacity Satisfied property.
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2014, 05:26:54 PM »
Medium and high wealth lots also include capacity for the lower wealths in case the lot dalipidates. This goes for both Residential and Commercial, with the exception of CO$$ given there's no CO$. It's kinda essential to the RCI simulator to provide lots with this lower wealth capacity as it acts as a 'buffer' when the city takes a down turn, i.e. replacing a number of $$$ jobs or residents with a larger number of $$.

So, definitely keep the CS$ capacity along with the CS$$ capacity. I'm actually quite curious where you found those lots with just CS$$ capacity in the first place btw.
I see... so that is how is work. good to know, thanks vortext. and for where i found them I have no idea jaja :D :D, those are some japanese lots I downloaded in strange japanese webpages near around 3 or 4 years ago.
« Last Edit: November 18, 2014, 05:36:51 PM by emanueru »