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Joe Alker

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Joe Alker last won the day on November 10 2016

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  1. @omnicity43 It is from the Oberpfalz 3D object pack. https://www.omsi-webdisk.de/index.php?page=Entry&entryID=690 It's in Oberpfalz 3D\Krummenaab\gras.sco
  2. @ash103291 since I started rebuilding it from scratch two days ago.
  3. Stagecoach Wotton N425 WVR is seen entering Wyst Town on the three times daily service 954 from Fobbingham Green to Bowdenham Wessex Crescent.
  4. Well to be honest Kevin's (gladbeck etc) the main culprit in producing awful addons.
  5. View File Mercedes-Benz 709D - reupload As the original link is now dead and gone, I've gone ahead and reuploaded this due to the inactivity of the original author. It should be made very clear that this is not my work and it is only being reuploaded for archive purposes. Original MM2 Model - Joey Makepeace Conversion to OMSI - man1333 Support will not and cannot be provided for this. Submitter Joe Alker Submitted 12/26/2016 Category OMSI Vehicles Which version of OMSI is this download for ?  
  6. Version 1.0.0

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    As the original link is now dead and gone, I've gone ahead and reuploaded this due to the inactivity of the original author. It should be made very clear that this is not my work and it is only being reuploaded for archive purposes. Original MM2 Model - Joey Makepeace Conversion to OMSI - man1333 Support will not and cannot be provided for this.
  7. Not out of the box no. You can install Windows 7/8/8.1/10 on there using Boot Camp, but be aware that the system specs on Macs aren't particularly great for the price. They also suffer from issues to do with cooling, i.e. an i7-4790k in a Mac will run at so high temperatures that it ends up thermal throttling, as there aren't many fans in a Mac to keep it quiet. Macs are very much all style and no substance. Certainly do not buy one for gaming. I cannot stress this enough. The fact that you are looking at spending >$1000 on a Mac suggests you have a pretty healthy budget. For $1000 you could build a PC that might just run OMSI. For $350 you can build a PC that matches the performance of a Mac.
  8. This uses an outdated version of iomexLH, essentially you'll get the old textures. One or both of the maps will break.
  9. Sorry for double posting, but found another couple of issues that I was trying to explain previously: Floating AI cars near the bluff, it was basically flickering in and out of existence And that weird lighting issue I was talking about earlier. If you need me to report any more issues either add me on steam or open a PM conversation
  10. Thanks for listening to my feedback I have to say from what I've seen of the Act Three videos, it's looking great. One specific issue I remember screenshotting is a rather odd AI issue on Pittwater Road: Which resulted in a traffic jam as far as the eye can see. Basically the brilliance of the map lies in the attention to detail and the sheer amount of effort, however it is let down by quite a lot of technical issues and some quality issues.
  11. Had another run around the map today, just around the Spit area i think it was. A few issues that I noticed, apart from obviously performance issues. A lot of the junction objects seem to have broken lighting, as there was glare on them for some unknown reason, even during daytime with no light being pointed at them. A lot of junction objects have incredibly low quality asphalt textures, to be honest the road textures and spline textures need reworking as a whole, especially the road markings. Do they use roadhogs pack, because a much newer one is available which looks infinitely better. Trees overhanging roads, even to the extent that it clips through the cab areas on buses. Parked cars badly aligned with roads on hills, this can easily be solved by raising cars to 0.1m and selecting tangential to spline, of course the parked car sco should be attached to the spline. Most parked cars on the map are sunken, which is an easily solvable problem. A lot of roads hide the fake shadow of the bus and other vehicles, this is solvable but I don't know how. In addition, some AI paths cause the cars to be sunken. It's a shame there are so many issues, because they hide what is essentially a brilliant map with high levels of realism. EDIT: Oh, and the AI is utterly broken. Gridlock everywhere, so many lane changes it's unreal, to the point where I was unable to complete a simple run on the 155.
  12. Idk what you are talking about but the 63 on Szczecin is nearly an hour long? As well as Szczecin there's Poznan, although you need a good PC for that. Also Karbowo is a good one, albeit fictional.
  13. That depends on entirely on whether they use DirectX or not. DirectX is exclusive to Windows, and a Mac or Linux version would require use of an alternative API such as OpenGL. Of course two versions could be developed, but don't forget it's still only a two man project. If you have a Mac you are better installing Windows alongside OS X using Bootcamp, but unless it's a Hackintosh it's unlikely the computer will run LOTUS well anyway due to the generally inferior specifications of Apple products.