Discussion in 'Locations' started by iDTDoug, Nov 3, 2018.
in the works..
Gotta brush up on the latest dev bugs.. any major AIW fixes i need to know about?
Wonderful news! Thank you in advance.
Fantastic! Great News! Much appreciated!
Really like what I see.
Will the old content also be updated ?
Good news! Can not Hardly Wait! A very interesting city course.
not any buildings, no. It will have realroad and dx11 maps. Although i seem to be missing a building somewhere so we'll see.
got most materials done except the roads, tons of them are really tiny so I may upgrade the building materials.
Glad to see all these come back Doug. Which city track had the horrendous railroad crossing? And wasn't there one where an artificial chicane got moved by the cars trying to cut over the temporary curbing????
This track has light-rail tracks that the cars jumped. It was really bad in 2005, better in 2006 and almost not noticeable in 2007. Vegas also had a chicane inserted because the cars would be too fast going under the tunnel.
I hate when i screw up road shaders. I think only 2 road meshes came out ok. Good to see it in game though, brings back memories of AJ and Kat in the pits.
I remember this one....keep at it Sir!!
the weird thing is, using intel HD graphics, it still looks like the 1st picture. Using my 1050ti, it looks like the 2nd one.
My guess would be the onboard video doesn't have enought texture memory to load up your nice looking asphalt.
anyone have a quick tutorial on splining a race groove in 3dmax? The one I have is less than descriptive and its been a while.
AIW pit lane creation is causing crashing. Is the steam AIW version not working?
It works fine.
I'm not getting a "current time" running in dev mode. I can see the sectors advance ok. pit in triggers the sound fine. I tried reversing my xfinish poly but then the sectors stayed on 3 so I know it was right the first time. I have my swheel_trackmap material mapped to the x-files and the scn has the right settings too. What am I missing?
open aiw and scroll down to where you see the entries for the sector lengths . . .
provided there is a value for each the sector meshes should be fine . . .
if any have a 0 then there is possibly a problem with the sector meshes . . .
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