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TigressDragonblade

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  1. I think I know what your problem is. When the new plugin system was added around late April, OpenRCT2 stopped supporting Mac OS 10.13. From the changelog: "The required version of macOS has been increased to 10.14 (Mojave) for plugin support." If you want to continue playing without going through the trouble of updating your OS, you could revert to an older version of OpenRCT2.
  2. I'm not certain, but I think that may be a limitation of the save file format and/or the track design file format. The devs are working on a new save file format that will lift many of the hard-coded limits, but the new format isn't ready yet.
  3. I always assumed that a guest's preferred ride intensity was (supposed to be) fixed the moment the guest was generated. While playing Woodworm Park today, I was observing this guest named Owen. When I first started observing him, his preferred ride intensity was described as "between 1 and 4." He was thinking that the Wooden Wild Mine Ride was too intense for him and went to go on the gentle rides. A few rides later, he's much happier and I check his stats again. Now it says his preferred ride intensity is "between 1 and 8." I think "He's happier now, high happiness does cause guests to try rides outside their preferred intensity range." He decides to go on the big wooden roller coaster. I check back later, he's slightly less happy (it's been raining), and now it says his preferred ride intensity is "between 1 and 12." Clearly there's something else going on here. Is a guest's preferred ride intensity actually supposed to increase like that over time, or is there some bug? I did have the guest flagged to show messages when he gets on and off rides, buys stuff etc., so I know it's the same guest. I'm running build v0.2.6-0f92c3b in Windows 10.
  4. What directory is your Steam library installed to? It's normally not on your desktop. Usually it's something like C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\RollerCoaster Tycoon Deluxe
  5. Hello peeps! I am an original owner of RCT1 and CF+LL on disc. I got back into RCT just before stay-at-home started in my state (I was inspired by Marcel's videos), and I figured OpenRCT2 would be the way to go because of the added features and because it runs great on modern operating systems and monitors.
  6. I think it would make sense if certain water rides, particularly the Log Flume, Dinghy Slide, River Rapids, and Splash Boats, count as "indoor" rides so guests will go on them while it's raining. After all, guests are going to get wet on these rides anyways! (Is this too cheaty though?) Boat Hires shouldn't attract guests during rain, because boating in the rain is a bad idea.
  7. I'm currently playing through Thunderstorm Park and I built a Swinging Ship (the regular kind, not the inverter) underground in the big pyramid using the shift key to sink it into the ground. However, every time it rains, my guests still think "I'm not going on [Pirate Ship 1] while it's raining" and the ride's popularity drops to 0%. EDIT: Burying the ride doesn't work for some other flat rides like the Twist/Scrambled Eggs either. Haven't tried all flat rides yet. I'm running build v0.2.6-7e7b158 on Windows 10. I know I buried flat rides in previous builds, but I never paid attention to how effective that was. I haven't tried this in vanilla or Classic.
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