Started by z, September 08, 2008, 08:31:00 PM
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Quote from: richboyz on May 13, 2011, 04:17:09 AMBTW i just modified your MTRT__Road_Sub_Bus_Cross into MTRT_Oneway_Road_Sub_Bus_Cross for my 1Billion Inhabitant Project. Everything work the same as ori. TQ
Quote from: z on May 13, 2011, 02:08:00 AMDue to the great demand for RTMT NWM stations, they are being moved forward into the coming release, which is being renumbered as RTMT v3.70. The release that was formerly going to be RTMT v3.70 is being renumbered as RTMT v4.0.
Quote from: joshua43214 on August 24, 2011, 09:15:12 PMIf you are in need of a beta tester for these, I would be happy to do this. I just started a new tile, and nwm bus and subway stops would be really nice.PM me if you are interested.Josh
Quote from: z on June 22, 2011, 08:31:17 PMAs you may have read elsewhere, the RTMT Team is going to be including RTMT stations for all the NWM networks in the next RTMT release. Due to the number of NWM networks (including those in the next release) and the various features of RTMT stations, this means adding hundreds of new stations to RTMT. (The current total number of RTMT stations is 53.) For this reason, we need people to join the RTMT Team and help us build these stations.People who are interested in helping us should have at least basic familiarity with the Reader and the Lot Editor. Some familiarity with SC4Tool would also be helpful, but isn't necessary. A full tutorial for building these stations is being completed, so all the steps will be laid out clearly.One of the most important qualifications for joining the RTMT Team is to be able to put in at least several hours per week on this project, on average. RL always takes precedence, of course. But it is important that if you want to join the RTMT Team, you are willing to put in a reasonable amount of time on the project.If this sounds like something you want to do, then please send me a PM with a little information about your background. Thanks!
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