Re: [REL] [WIP] EuRoadNet v1.0 [1.38]
Posted: 18 Aug 2020 16:13
My photo EuRoadNet
(For mods, triple quote here is intentional to understand the context)#MXTrucker wrote: ↑18 Aug 2020 09:20Hi Kreti,kreti wrote: ↑18 Aug 2020 07:28I test the map since first day, but yesterday I find the "big problem" for me. I can't end a WOT contract because the destination city/company was moved (Bremen/Posped, I think). I change to other profile with only vanila map to see if I can complete the job, but my truck lost in the void.
For this reason, I think i won't use the map.
Isn't it a V1 ?
All maps get issues (even improved maps) & we have to admit the work done on Euroadnet is almost high quality ;
Of course we will find error & authors (Topolino, Nomsn & Arik) seem to be reactive : they will fix it ;
You may consider what happened (to you) will benefit to all of us
Thank you! As I already told, I will definitely do some more work in Baden-Württemberg after SCS finally released their update. I did Stuttgart-Degerloch because I think SCS anyway wouldn't do this special interchange. Let's see how they build Kreuz Stuttgart and Dreieck Leonberg.Schwingeplay wrote: ↑18 Aug 2020 09:29I can't belive what i have seen on your Mapmod. You are the first Team i know, who is building in the Area of and around Stuttgart and i love you for that choise. I know it is a little risky to make a map progression when everybody knows that SCS stands in the pipeline with the Germany Rebuild Projekt, but PLEASE give us more of this great shit.
Perhaps you can bulid the B27 in the southern region to Reutlingen or Tübingen. That would be amazing in my opinion.
It might be that Bremen has been moved a bit because of space problems between Wilhelmshaven and Bremerhaven. I built Wilhelmshaven first without the idea that we might include Bremerhaven, and then Nomsn started to do Bremerhaven and had to moved the whole area a bit so that it fits.
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