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Lockheart

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  1. Oh wow, that brings back memories. Shame OMSI 2 ate most of my newer attempts at fixing this map up and its replacement. Still, glad to see people still getting enjoyment out of my works.
  2. There are two possible reasons, 1. This is a fault with that area of the map, or 2. This is due to missing objects/splines. Double check that you have all the files installed correctly where the map would be looking for them, I do believe there is a program in the downloads section that can do a search for you to find what you are missing.
  3. Thanks guys!
  4. Since you are now using OMSI 2, you could have it pull the textures from a web host, and just simply update those textures rather then remember to put out a patch that alters them, just a suggestion.
  5. Sounds like some glitched or fault objects to me, you might be able to find and remove said items via the map files within the map folder, but this could take a while unless you know the exact tile and place of it on the list. Otherwise, I cannot think of any other editor wise means of removing stuff. If these are causing problems I'd also consider removing said objects completely so you don't accidentally use them again or look into(if you made them) whats causing the fault.
  6. Your topic wasn't deleted Cmac, but rather it was merged with an already started topic about gladbeck. You can find your post here: