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About Abraxas

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  • Birthday 03/15/1952

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  • Location
    Western Germany
  • Interests
    virtual model constructor; SB;
  • Occupation
    retired senior LTC

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  1. Oh God! It's a realy sad news. Rest in peace, Dboy and my condolences to his family: be strong!
  2. "Feuer einstellen!" That means "Cease fire"
  3. Hi, You have to download and to install all parts of Maps Installer Part ! You can find these under "BUY NOW" / Download. Then it should work.
  4. Hi MD, I'm not Abraxas ( 911, DE ), I'm Abraxas ( none, DE )! Please correct it, thks😉
  5. Great! And than cut the road within the critical area and level the part incl. shoulder width and embankment angle. Afterwards connect the parts of the road again.
  6. Another trick is: - put a former (or bigger) building on the hump. Check the position in 3D. - lower/raise this building and use the additional border / smoothing you wish. - Check in 3D and if you agree, save it than delete the building otherwise undo. and so on ... You can contact me by PM!
  7. OK! Be sure that you can revise the map! I'll give you an example by step-by-step screenshots. I will flatten a road and a small hill:
  8. Hi Apocalypse 31, I think it's not too late! My suggestion would be as follows: 1. put a new short road ( it even could be a highway! ) over the old one and select it; 2. raise the new road with a very large shoulder width and low angle of approach; 3. look at the result without saving; 4. if you don't like it, undo and change the height(s) or/and the shoulder width/angle; 5. look at the result and if you agree save it otherwise repeat; 6. repeat this procedure with a next new short road! 7, when you're finish level all new road elements and if you
  9. Normally you can use the elder parts of your map, because I've hardly changed them. Try my new map and test it! The map is realy more realistic 😉
  10. Version 1


    The map covers the southern part of the "Lüneburger Heide" (Lueneburg Heath) with the cities of Soltau, Munster, Fallingbostel and Bergen as well as the Fassberg airbase and the Unterlüß test area; total size: approx. 2.000 sqkm. Copyright: This file may only be made available in other forums or on CD/DVD with my written consent!
  11. Version 1


    Stone railway bridge without upper side walls: 1x day view 1x Tis view especially suitable for multi-track railway bridges like on the Bergen-Soltau-Munster map
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