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[I restarted the making of Ohio Driving: Findlay]

I need help for these things:

1: How to make intersections without having bugged roads
2: How to make terrain like un UD games (triangles)
3: How to make customized road signs (Interstate signs)
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#2
I discovered how to do the second one
Guy that lives in Ohio and likes C++ programming.

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#3
I know the answer to number 3, you either get a free model of an interstate sign and put a decal with the interstate number that you have, or you use blocks/parts and union them or group them and put the decal on the side that you want.
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#4
intersections without bugged roads means you have to c-frame and all that fancy stuff
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#5
Bugged intersections means you are putting multiple materials ontop of each other resulting in studio flashing between those two roads. 

You don't need to C-Frame(Vector3).

Just don't put material parts ontop of each other that are on the same y level.

or you can just union the whole intersection together.
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(08-15-2019, 09:48 AM)TramHammer Wrote: Bugged intersections means you are putting multiple materials ontop of each other resulting in studio flashing between those two roads. 

You don't need to C-Frame(Vector3).

Just don't put material parts ontop of each other that are on the same y level.

or you can just union the whole intersection together.

LOL THANKS
Guy that lives in Ohio and likes C++ programming.

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