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Raymond Souster

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About Raymond Souster

  • Birthday 07/13/1975

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    Glasgow , Scotland
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    Watching steam trains

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  1. Raymond Souster

  2. Scunthorpe Modern

  3. MCW metrobus man1333....

    Just to let you know guys the bus is not complete (No Dash/Dash View) its shame to see such a talented author of bus modelling finish projects early and not continue them and release them early Ray
  4. Upcoming Omsi patch 2.2

    Get 1 patch get 3 bugs That should be MR software's new Slogan haha Ray
  5. How to make splines not bumpy

    Cheers Road-hog , I changed the texture already so its tarmac instead of showing cobbles as i dont like cobbles and will do what you have said! Cheers Mate Ray
  6. How to make splines not bumpy

    Hi Guys, I was playing OMSI 2 and wondering , how do i make cobbled splines flat for example When driving around on a spline made of tarmac the bus just smoothly drives along , but when your driving on a cobbled spline the bus makes that rattling around and makes the bus go upwards and downwards and wondering how do i make the bus stop going up and down when going on cobbled splines without changing to a tarmac version of the spline as there is no tarmac version of the spline Many Thanks Ray
  7. Bad Kinzau 2.0 Error Message

    Hi Guys , Just tried loading bad Kinzau 2.0 on OMSI 2 and getting the error message when loading the last tile "65/66" "Zugriffsverletzung bei Adresse 0079F762 in Modul (Omsi.EXE) Lesen Von Adresse 0000003 0" And wondering how i can stop that error message as it crashes the game when i press "Ok" Thanks Raymond "Log File"
  8. Upcoming Omsi patch 2.2

    So far so good Works like a treat on mine but get abit of stuttering at times But noticed the improvements Ray
  9. Fails, Accidents and Mistakes.

    Me thinks you need to get trained to drive a bus again XD
  10. Volvo B10T Super Olympian (Alexander Body)

    Hi guys, Wondering if anybody could please help fix the camera's as they currently have the problem of freezing unless you directly view that mirror and wondering if anybody could please fix the driver camera angle as seems abit strange Many Thanks Ray
  11. Volvo B10T Super Olympian (Alexander Body)

    Very hard to repaint as the template is real life photos and means you have to spend alot of hours and good at repainting to repaint this bus Raymond
  12. Map not showing in Game {Solved}

    Thanks Guys Crazy man your solution fixed it......Totally forgot all about it being on "Load last situation" now that's embarrassing Thanks Guys Ray
  13. Map not showing in Game {Solved}

    Hi Guys I been making a map for the past day and today I went to load it into Omsi but when I go to select maps the map list only shows "Berlin" and "Grundorf" and the map I been working on does not show but it loads in the Omsi 2 editor fine, Trouble shooting so far: The map is in the correct and only "Maps" Folder in the main OMSI 2 Folder The map was made from scratch in the OMSI 2 Editor And wondering if anybody could please help me ? Many Thanks Ray
  14. Lost in OMSI Editor

    No problem mate Glad i could help Raymond
  15. Lost in OMSI Editor

    Ok Try This Open your map folder and open "Global" with "Notepad" and you should see text [Map Camera] with numbers replace them with 0 0 164.386471640302 -2.38418582403285E-7 172.469239314121 30.8571444344783 -10.5714280619311 10.9854388574487 Cheers Raymond Souster
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