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No takeover of terrain changes into the game

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CategoryFarming Simulator 2009
Created29.08.2009 00:51


Peter Hansen (unknown) 29.08.2009 01:03
Hi GDN Team,

I've got the problem that terrain changes on a map are not taken over into the game. I'm using the version 4.1.2 and there is no error notification while or after the saving progress ("ready" notification in the status bar). Windows XP is used as operating system and there are also administrator privileges for the editor and for the game (version 1.1).

Editor log:

Physics
Driver: NVIDIA PhysX Runtime
Version: 2.8.1
Sound
Driver: OpenAL Software
OpenGL Rendersystem
Card Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
Renderer: GeForce 9800 GTX/9800 GTX+/PCI/SSE2/3DNOW!
Version: 2.1.2
GL_ATI_fragment_shader not supported
max_texture_layers: 8
OpenGL initialization successful
GPU profile: High
View Distance Coeff: 1.5
Shadow Quality: 1
Skip Mipmaps: 0
Terrain LOD Distance Coeff: 1.5
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Scenefile C:\Dokumente und Einstellungen\User\Desktop\LS2009Mods\maps\map01.i3d loaded in 13981.1 ms
Density maps saved in 1443.5 ms
Scenefile C:\Dokumente und Einstellungen\User\Desktop\LS2009Mods\maps\map01.i3d saved in 2813.52 ms


I already tried to de- and reinstall the editor and the game, which did not solve the problem. There are no problems with deleting objects, which do not appear in the game any more after I removed them in the editor.

Looking forward to an answer,

Peter Hansen


Manpeter Otac (unknown) 29.08.2009 09:01
Try to run unsaved, new game.

Peter Hansen (unknown) 29.08.2009 10:33
Hi Manpeter,

First, thanks for your answer. But starting a whole new game does not make any difference. I also deleted all savegame files located My Documents/My Games/FarmingSimulator2009. The same problem appears also on a friend's pc.


Peter Hansen

Stefan Geiger - GIANTS Software 01.09.2009 10:26
How do you make sure the map you saved is loaded in the game?
Do you copy the map01.i3d to the game directory? Since obviously the file folder Desktop\LS2009Mods\maps, where you save your map to, is not part of the game installation.

You must copy all files in the map\map01 folder as well.

Peter Hansen (unknown) 01.09.2009 13:20
Hi Stefan Geiger,

I make a copy of the original folder in Landwirtschafts-Simulator 2009\data and replace the whole folder with the one from the LS2009Mods\ directory.
Unfortunately, the problem still exists.

Peter Hansen

Christian Ammann - GIANTS Software 01.09.2009 23:58
Hi Peter,

Can you open the map i3d with notepad++ and check the terrain data file paths. I think the paths of the terrain data files still point to the old location.


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