How To: Wave Pools for RCT 2

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Re: How To: Wave Pools for RCT 2

Postby EastCoastn07 » Sun Oct 10, 2010 3:00 pm

When you say in step 7 to place a block underneath the massive green tile, what do you mean. I've been able to make the track invisible and have lowered the land back down, but the huts are still there every time. Could you show a picture of what you do after you make the ride invisible?

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Re: How To: Wave Pools for RCT 2

Postby Coupon » Sun Oct 10, 2010 9:52 pm

^ At the top of the land you just raised, put a block 1 clearance down.

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Re: How To: Wave Pools for RCT 2

Postby EastCoastn07 » Mon Oct 11, 2010 12:50 am

8 cars doesn't seem to want to make my dummy track invisible for whatever reason...I'm assuming that's what my problem is.

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Re: How To: Wave Pools for RCT 2

Postby djbrcace1234 » Mon Oct 11, 2010 8:37 am

Go into 8 cars, go to edit rides. From there check "make invisible permenant" Select the main color scheme and click okay. it should work. If not, I'll try and post a better picture for it.
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Re: How To: Wave Pools for RCT 2

Postby EastCoastn07 » Mon Oct 11, 2010 1:27 pm

Does 8 cars not like Windows 7 because I'm doing exactly what you're telling me to do, but the track is still not going invisible for whatever reason.

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Re: How To: Wave Pools for RCT 2

Postby Coupon » Mon Oct 11, 2010 1:29 pm

Windows 7 hates 8 cars... sorry dude. :?r

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Re: How To: Wave Pools for RCT 2

Postby EastCoastn07 » Mon Oct 11, 2010 2:01 pm

Does it also hate Windows XP Mode? Because I just tried to make the track invisible in XP mode as well and still no go. Is there another version of 8 cars that I can use, I'm currently using 1.32?

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Re: How To: Wave Pools for RCT 2

Postby djbrcace1234 » Mon Oct 11, 2010 2:14 pm

It should work fine on XP though because that's the ideal running system when RCT2 first came out.

There is a set of trainers on page 13 in the offical RCT2 help thread.

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Re: How To: Wave Pools for RCT 2

Postby 10ryansmith » Mon Oct 11, 2010 2:16 pm

Windows 7 and all version's of 8cars hate each other. Switching between XP and 7 is also not a good idea because of the saving issues. Atleast it is on my computer. 8cars and Windows7 just dont mix at all.

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Re: How To: Wave Pools for RCT 2

Postby Coupon » Mon Oct 11, 2010 2:20 pm

if you have a old computer that works, you can install RCT2 on it, they you can do that and get a flash drive to transfer pictures to a computer with internet...

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