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Ssnake always says the best hidden secret of Esimgames is the doc folder in the main Steelbeasts folder, so I thought I would put this I just found in there.

MapObjectCatalogue lists all items available in the map editor, with a small/large picture, ID and for bridges MLC in ton.

 

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And could have been an Annex to the Manual. :)

 

Thanks KT for finding it.

 

Thanks eSim for creating it.

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Well I'm trying to walk a line between what is where (otherwise it could prove difficult - e.g. already being asked about NATO Targets since they accidentally made it on to the list of units graphic). :)

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Sure, I just wanted to make sure that you are aware of it; if you never saw this before, you probably missed it in the classroom version, too.

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I wish these had an oblique view in the map editor so I can tell how many lanes are on a given bridge. Right now it's a guessing game until I get very familiar with each type. The map catalogue is a nice reference meanwhile.

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23 hours ago, Scrapper_511 said:

I wish these had an oblique view in the map editor so I can tell how many lanes are on a given bridge. Right now it's a guessing game until I get very familiar with each type. The map catalogue is a nice reference meanwhile.

 

Many of them specify the number of lanes in the description text to the right of the image.

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2 hours ago, Gibsonm said:

 

Many of them specify the number of lanes in the description text to the right of the image.

Hence: " The map catalogue is a nice reference meanwhile." 😉

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8 minutes ago, Scrapper_511 said:

Hence: " The map catalogue is a nice reference meanwhile." 😉

Ah sorry I misread the post. :)

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