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Hi guys! I'm new to 'aussiex' but i am wanting to try to create a map of the Gold Coast in Australia for OMSI 2 bus simulator. I currently plan to build the suburbs of Southport, Ashmore, Nerang & Molendinar. I plan to create the following bus lines:

735 - Southport <=> Nerang Station via Ashmore

742 - Southport <=> Molendinar via Ashmore

Maps of the routes.

I know the city extremely well but using the OMSI editor is proving to be a challenging task. I have started of on the blank tile map called "NewMap" that comes with OMSI 2 but I have to load all my scenery objects & splines in manually. I ran a search for all the .sco files (scenery files) in my OMSI 2 directory and it says i have 1532 files. Anyone know how to load all theses files at once? Instead of one-by-one. Sounds really stupid but yeah. (I haven't even bothered to look at how many splines i have)

Any help would be appreciated! :D

17 October 2014, Update: This project has been put on hold. Updates will be weekly/fortnightly for the next few weeks.


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OMG if you could make this map with routes 735 and 742 that would be awesome! Route 742 is by most caught route and favourite. It would be a dream come true to drive my favourite route in omsi!!!!!! PLZ MAKE THIS MAP!!!

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Hey there everyone, sorry about the incredibly late reply, I had attempted to start this project however I was unaware of the task's size and did not bother to continue it. However if anyone would like to help me with it or wants to take charge, please feel free. By the way I would still also be able to help where possible,

@caseb: My original intention was for the routes to be driven on the left however after doing some research, it would be too difficult to make them left path.

Anyway thanks for the comments, and happy OMSI-ing. :)

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