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Gymnasiast

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  1. The closest you can get is using the Track Designs Manager, which will draw a preview of the ride including its scenery. But you'd have to determine what scenery it uses by eye.
  2. You hold down the SHIFT key, then move your mouse up and down to adjust the height. (This also works for scenery, by the way, and can also be used to place stuff underground.)
  3. That is not quite correct. It uses NN for integer scales (so 2x, 3x, ...), but it uses either Smooth Nearest Neighbour or Linear scaling for any non-integer scales (e.g. 1.5x 1,75x, ...).
  4. Yup, so far even oddball version such as the Polish and Russian versions work, even the ultra-rare Japanese versions seem to work without any problem. I would still recommend that you _buy_ RCT2. You don't need to worry about language differences - OpenRCT2 ignores the language of your RCT2 files and allows you to play in *any* language that RCT2 ever shipped in, as well as a lot more!
  5. There is no need to get sarcastic. This is also not the right way to do it. `make install` will take care of downloading objects and title sequences. If you ever need to install objects manually, the best way is to download an objects release and unzip it.
  6. @ls004 You will need to report your version and build hash (e.g. ab1c2d3e). It's possible you're on an old version of OpenRCT2. (Also, next time, please create your own topic instead of hijacking someone else's.)
  7. Besides the command not being in your path, you downloaded the wrong .exe - if it has GOG_Galaxy in its name, its an installer stub that downloads the game for you. What you need is the offline installer (a couple of a hundred megs) for RCT2.
  8. To make sure it isn't a bug, could you upload your scenario?
  9. Can you provide your operating system and the build hash that is displayed on the title screen (looks something like ab1c2d3)? (These are needed for about every problem, btw.)
  10. Upload your .sc6/.sv6. It's something we could add autofix code for.
  11. @daaabus You should not hijack someone else's topic (create your own), but even if you do: at least include enough information for us to actually *do* something about it. Stuff like the output of commands that did not work.
  12. To elaborate on X7's point: you need to own RollerCoaster Tycoon 2, and you need to have it installed first.
  13. @ohcatprincessCan you give me the full path that you're selecting?
  14. I can see why you did that, but you will need to select the folder right above it: This PC/ Windows (C:)/ Program Files (x86) Rollercoaster Tycoon 2- Triple Thrill Pack
  15. So you get this error every single time on startup? Could you pinpoint the exact version where it started to go wrong? You can download older develop versions from this website.
  16. I have contacted Jarno, who maintains this site, so it should hopefully be solved soon.
  17. It is planned, but see here: https://github.com/OpenRCT2/OpenRCT2/wiki/Increasing-of-game-limits#can-openrct2-increase-the-number-of-
  18. Can you explain what you mean here? Perhaps a screenshot or a photo helps here. Yes, you can modify the path to the RCT2 files in Documents\OpenRCT2\config.ini , under the variable "game_path".
  19. The files are deep down in the (hidden) Library directory. Open the Finder, click "Go", hold down Alt and click Library. Then navigate to Application Support / Steam and go through its subfolders until you find the folder (it will probably have 285330 in its name). It's probably best to copy that folder to a place that is easier to locate, and then point OpenRCT2 to that folder.
  20. You really should have searched the forum, since this question has been asked a lot: https://github.com/OpenRCT2/OpenRCT2/wiki/FAQ-&-Common-Issues#why-does-my-virus-scanner-not-trust-openrct2 Also note that VirusTotal has 69 engines, including some very esoteric ones, so there are quite a few perfectly clean programs that might trigger one of those exotic ones.
  21. Open the Options window and navigate to the "Advanced" tab (the one with the wrench). It's the second option on this tab.
  22. Hm, I must have misread it then. I thought the OP wrote "RCT Deluxe". It is indeed possible to use RCTC assets - in fact, I wrote the wiki article I'm about to link to. In that case, you will need to follow the instructions outlined here: https://github.com/OpenRCT2/OpenRCT2/wiki/Required-RCT2-files#rct-classic--rct2-mini-game
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