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RCT Community Board / Re: Files
« on: Yesterday at 10:18 PM »
So. Here is the list of Custom Content in NetOn:

NetOn Particle Effects:

NF Blood Waterfall
NF Lava Waterfall
NF Star 01
NF Star 02
NF Star 03
NF Star 04

NetOn CS Sets:

Aceana's Pavement ESSENTIALS One
Aceana's Pavement ESSENTIALS Two
belgabor-Asia Walls #1
belgabor-Really Custom Generic Stall Set
Caederus Drehkreuz Set 2.2 (Turnstiles, I think)
CSF Neon Lighting Set
CSF Rock set
dkpaths and signs
Eletigna New Street Elements
ESSAceana's Pavement Essentials Expanded
Gothic Walls
Greece 2 by PhiWie
Iceatcs' Brand Name Logos Set
Iceatcs' Timber Frame Building Pieces
Lightset by PhiWie
NF Particle Effects
OTAceana's Pavement Essentials Out-Takes
PhiWie's Asiawall
PhiWie's Greece
PhiWie's Wasserset
PhiWie'sAsia Lamp
RRAceana's Pavement Essentials Expanded
RWAceana's Pavement Essentials Wall and Railings
shy-Alpine Village Set
shy-Alpine Village Set 2
shy-Alpine Village Set 3
shy-Catfish Cove Set
shy-Main Street Set
shy-Main Street Set 2
shy-Main Street Set 3
shy-Main Street Set 4

There are also some custom scenarios included.

Like I mentioned somewhere-  most of these are already available in the CS Depot. There's also a PDF that mainly just gives the installation instructions and some of the original Readme files from the various sets.

Planet Coaster Parks / Re: Euro Reptarland
« on: Yesterday at 09:10 PM »
That rollercoaster inside the yellow rings looks like it would be fun to re-create-  and it would look great, too.

I watched Rugrats occasionally, back in the day. Yeah, it's a show (primarily) about babies/toddlers. But the humor was quite sophisticated in its own way. It was always fun to hear the toddlers' interpretations of the real-world things they encountered.

RCT Custom Content / Re: The"I search an object" thread
« on: Yesterday at 08:55 PM »
Hey Gravquian. I just downloaded  bestdaniShowtech  from the MediaFire link. When I was unpacking it, I got numerous CRC errors in several of the files. The Parks folder ended up being empty (due to the errors I think). Ultimately, I decided not to try to install it because it would probably just crash the game anyway. Not sure what the set is all about-  does it have custom laser effects? Or just a laser show using the in-game pre-set laser effects that are already available in the Mixmaster?

I appreciate your determination in finding these lost things. :)  Most of the time they pay off, but this one is a tough nut to crack.

RCT Community Board / Re: Files
« on: Yesterday at 08:19 PM »
To Gravquian (I see you have a birthday coming up; you're almost as ancient as me. :P)- I haven't uploaded NetOn to my Dropbox (I'm a little unsure how that thing works. :-\) I've already unzipped NetOn to a temp folder. I'm thinking I could post a list of its contents here in this thread; the CS sets and the Particle Effects. Would that give you the information you need? And of course, I'll be uploading the individual sets to the CS Depot from time to time.

Planet Coaster Parks / Re: Euro Reptarland
« on: Yesterday at 03:21 PM »
The map looks too cartoony (that's a joke :D). So, we've seen the Theatre (at least the outside), and we've seen the Hotel (at least the inside) and the Entrance. Is the Sushi Swirl (Teacups) part of Zanyland or Japan? I'm interested in seeing what the Rugrats version of the Space area will be like.

RCT Custom Content / Re: The"I search an object" thread
« on: August 18, 2019, 10:02 PM »
To planetthrilldude57- I have the Main Street Emporium set (by eeZee). It's available in the CS Depot here:;sa=view;down=2530

I don't think I have the others. I'll check the in-game menus next time I boot up the game.

RCT Custom Content / Re: The"I search an object" thread
« on: August 18, 2019, 08:40 PM »
To planetthrilldude57: TNS Rocket set is now available. :)  TNS = tnstickboy70, aka TNStickboy (Someone has already downloaded it, maybe you?) The link is here:;sa=view;down=4008

Aw, sorry to see the Wild Mouse go. I have a soft spot for those coasters. That's a nice rocket next to "The Rocket". Is that a Workshop item or did you piece it together yourself? Like you, I sometimes build shark-themed coasters out over the water. I think I even named one "Shark Attack". The white and blue colors look great here.

RCT Community Board / Re: Files
« on: August 18, 2019, 06:40 PM »
So it looks like 'Plan B' then. From time-to-time I'll upload individual CS sets/CTRs/CFRs from NetOn. Gonna take a while though. I'll have to make a list of everything in NetOn and check to see which things have a working link in the CS Depot. I guess I'll also have to make Readme files, since the NetOn stuff doesn't come with those. I hope nobody is holding their breath waiting for these. ;)

Ooh, both versions are beautiful and exciting. The new (latest ;)) version is still recognizable as Future World 1899. Mainly by your building style, but also because of the juxtaposition of the Victorian structures with modern coasters and such. Will there be another Hotel Futura?

Welcome Center / Re: Hello..Again!
« on: August 18, 2019, 03:38 PM »
^ Looks like somebody accidentally hit their Caps Lock key. ;)

Welcome back, JeriKY. I joined SGW a little over a year ago (seems longer :P), but I've been a lurker for many years. RCT3 is my game of choice here, but I follow all the threads in all the forums, so I'll keep an eye out for your creations. :)

RCT Community Board / Re: Files
« on: August 18, 2019, 03:07 PM »
To all: I have the English version of NetOn 101 (the .exe installer file). Does anybody know if it's already available at the CS Depot? I looked but couldn't find it. I could upload it to my DropBox but I think it would be better if it was in a more permanent location like the CS Depot.

shyguy, if you're reading this, is it even possible to upload a 137 MB file to the CS Depot? Is that something you'd be okay with? (it is an .exe file, afterall). I suppose the alternative would be to make all the custom content in NetOn available as individual downloads. Much of it already is available.

Dr. Frankenstein: "It's ALIVE!". All the additions really brought the ride to life. That's just how I pictured it. :)  (And why is that ride operator staring at us? :o)

Watching the video, I'm struck by how fluent you are with all the ins-and-outs of PC's interface. You make building the structures look easy. That's an amazing Swinging Ship by xRBz. And your queue is filled with interesting sights, colors, and textures to keep the guests amused while waiting in line. I want to frame that last screenshot and hang it on a wall.

What a unique and interesting attraction to add to your park. I wonder if the Bells took turns lowering into the swimming pool tank? Also, if the inside of the tank was themed to look sort of ocean-like, with cement rocks, coral, and plants? Was it fresh water, or salt water?

*JB puts on his nitpicky pest hat again*- Maybe show one of the Bells already lowered into the tank? (To make the ride look less static; like it's in use... Ooh! Maybe have water dripping off the other one, like it was just raised up.)

A wonderful collaborative effort on all your parts. (Hmm, that didn't sound quite right.)

Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: August 17, 2019, 04:00 PM »
I too, thought that concrete was a Roman invention (from watching several TV documentaries over the years). I had never heard about the Syrians and Greeks having it. I knew that Roman concrete was a mix of lime and pumice, and probably anything else they could throw in as aggregate/filler (gravel/rock, broken brick, etc.).

RCT Custom Content / Re: The "I search a CT/CTR/CFR" thread
« on: August 17, 2019, 03:46 PM »
Shuzo- The only schwarzkopf ctr I have is this one from the CS Depot:;sa=view;down=2809

Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: August 16, 2019, 08:14 PM »
Aw, yer no fun. :P  I see that my clever red herrings didn't throw you off afterall. Yes, the answer is h) concrete. At least I got the eye-blinking answer right.

Now, about STP: No idea. But A and B sound kinda simplistic. D, less so, but pretty vague. So I'll go with C: Slow Transfusion Separation. Even though I have no idea what that means.

Wow, I love everything about that building(s)! The angled wings (restrooms/first aid) with that great looking thatch-covered archway in-between. I don't know how much of it is yours or UncivilEngineer's, but I like it. Who could resist going through that grand archway and into the lush tropical forest beyond?

Planet Coaster Parks / Re: [WIP] New Forest-Themed Park
« on: August 15, 2019, 05:54 PM »
Very nice. :)  And exciting. I love coasters that dip in and out of tunnels and go through arches. Also track layouts that twist and turn and tie themselves in knots. Neat idea with the cavern viewing area.

Quote: "and yes JB....I double cheked the spleling on everything this time."

Well dang. That's no fun. :P  I like how you change the postcard borders from time-to-time. Hmm, this one looks like a Halloween postcard... little early, isn't it?

OH WAIT! "spleling"? hahahahaha

RCT Custom Content / Re: The"I search an object" thread
« on: August 13, 2019, 06:52 PM »
@Manta Orlando: I just uploaded The_Cook's   Ecclesiastical Theme - Vaulting 1.3   to the CS Depot. I'm not sure if that's the "Gothic Roofs" set that you're looking for, but the old link was dead, so it needed uploading anyway. Here's the CS Depot link:;sa=view;down=4004

Planet Coaster Parks / Re: LunaWood! Collab Park
« on: August 12, 2019, 11:00 PM »
Toyland is such a fun, colorful little area. I really like the Wacky Worm theming with the fake greenery, flowers, apple, and mushroom. The block-shaped lamps fit right in.

Spent over an hour watching the videos. I love the back-and-forth you guys engage in, and the little edited-in images and jokes, like "The more you know" PSA moment.

Half a century from now, grandparents will be telling their grandkids about the time they went to LunaWood and were scarred for life by that Jack-In-The-Box clown staring down at them and laughing hideously.

Planet Coaster Parks / Re: Lake View Heights - OPENING DAY, 1975
« on: August 12, 2019, 08:59 PM »
The abundant trees and flowering shrubs make Lake View Heights look beautiful and inviting. The long shadows make that last shot especially nice. :)

RCT Community Board / Re: Custom Scenery Not Showing in Game
« on: August 12, 2019, 08:39 PM »
Hmm. Maybe it would help if you give the name of one (or more) of the sets that isn't showing up. And give us the file path, like: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Atari\RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 Platinum\Style\Themed\shy-Main Street Set 6". If I understand correctly, you see the set's folder in Style/Themed but not in the game when it's booted up?

I'm guessing you've already checked to make sure you don't have a folder-within-a-folder? In the example above, that might look like "...Style\Themed\shy-Main Street Set 6\shy-Main Street Set 6". I've absent-mindedly done that once or twice.

Have you used Park CleanUp to clean the park file? It's possible it has eliminated any files that weren't already in use in the park. I've had that happen.

Sorry if all these questions and examples don't apply to your problem; I guess we need more info to understand what's going on. :)

RCT Parks & Rides / Re: [RCT3] Lost Imaginarium- (Updata 8-07-19)
« on: August 12, 2019, 05:33 PM »
Thanks planetthrilldude57. :)  Oh well. Maybe all this stuff will be reinstated if I ever get around to making another version of the park. (That probably won't be for quite some time- like, when dinosaurs walk the Earth again.)

Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: August 12, 2019, 04:12 PM »

The ancient Colosseum in Rome was made primarily from what material? (You may note that there are a few red herrings to throw you off.)

a) red herring
b) fired clay bricks
c) fruitcake
d) gingerbread, candy, and icing (Where do you think they got the Hansel & Gretel idea from, anyway?)
e) carved stone blocks
f) TV trays and blankets
g) asphalt
h) concrete
i) papier-mâché
j) monolithic stone that was carved, in situ, from the core of an extinct volcano
k) wood from Italian Cypress trees
l) a single huge sheet of Egyptian papyrus paper that was folded, origami-style
m) chewing gum removed from underneath Roman marketplace dining tables
n) extruded plastic from a 3D printer
o) iron
p) copper
q) lead
r) all of the above
s) none of the above

Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: August 12, 2019, 02:42 PM »
Well, it can't be that much more, can it? I'll go with  A: 2x.

RCT Custom Content / Re: The"I search an object" thread
« on: August 12, 2019, 02:38 PM »
Hey, Manta Orlando. I went ahead and made a zip file of Belgabor's Snowset and uploaded it to the CS Depot. It should be available soon. :)

In the last pic- The cast shadows from the palm trees onto the path, and the deep shadows from the trees to the right really make this scene inviting.

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