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    • Hey, this is my first RMC, and it was really fun to make, but I had to fiddle around a lot and it was quite a steep learning curve. Do you think it need more diagonal supports, and more suppors in general? I am happy with it but I am also very happy to learn new stuff and improve over time. Oh, OpenRCT2 Rocks!
    • It's happening to me too. Dunno what the deal is.  
    • Greetings. Roughly one hour ago any attempts to join a server resulted in the error shown below. Prior to this, everything was functioning normally and I was not experiencing any networking issues. I attempted to rectify this by completely reinstalling OpenRCT2 and using a new configuration file folder, but to no avail. No changes were made to anything network related on my end. Another user on the OpenRCT2 Subreddit just reported the same issue (within the past 30 minutes) so I'm thinking it might not be something client side. Any ideas? Just wondering if anyone else is experiencing this or if it might be something on my end that I inadvertently did.  
    • Answer: once you have selected "Glass" in the SubType in the top left corner of the object editor, there will be 2 frames available to you in the top right corner.  The first frame can be used to create the board of the glass should you want one.  The second frame allows you to place the glass itself.  However, the glass will not look translucent in the object editor, only in game once the object has been added to your object folder.
    • Glass objects have a separate sprite for the glass parts. In the objects I looked at, this was always a solid color - I'm not sure if it has to be. I don't know anything about the object editor though.
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