Gainsborough

Maps Gainsborough 1.01

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LH275

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Dec 9, 2016
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As you can see i have plenty of things missing. Well when i go to the scenery objects folder i found all the objects "apparently missing"View attachment 59590
Well are you sure they are in the btv folder within sceneryobjects? (I can't tell because the path isn't visible in your screenshot). Other than that, the only thing I can think of is whether you have any missing splines or the required dependencies installed. If it neither of them remove the map folder for it and reinstall the whole thing.
 

Mr.ZoomTv

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Apr 10, 2018
17
When you say you put them in the map files...what exactly do you mean? Scenery objects go in the Sceneryobjects folder in your Omsi directory, nowhere else. If you found an object in a different folder then it shouldn't be there. You have to be doing something wrong on your end, try installing it again and maybe follow the readme.
Well are you sure they are in the btv folder within sceneryobjects? (I can't tell because the path isn't visible in your screenshot). Other than that, the only thing I can think of is whether you have any missing splines or the required dependencies installed. If it neither of them remove the map folder for it and reinstall the whole thing.
I found them in the folder they are suppose to be in. Plus the missing splines are also in the correct place so i don't understand. I also reinstalled this twice and that never changed anything
 

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Jonathan

Member
Oct 28, 2016
43
Have you run OMSI Maps Tools to understand what is missing?
 

Mr.ZoomTv

New Member
Apr 10, 2018
17
Have you run OMSI Maps Tools to understand what is missing?
As I show in my messages above I posted a picture of map tools showing everything that is missing, however when I go to the files for example the scenery objects files for the btv objects that are said to missing are in the files where they should be
 

Jonathan

Member
Oct 28, 2016
43
As I show in my messages above I posted a picture of map tools showing everything that is missing, however when I go to the files for example the scenery objects files for the btv objects that are said to missing are in the files where they should be
I had no issues with this install - so I think it does work. The commonest error in situations like this where you think you have all the right files in the right folder is that the folder tree has gone wrong somewhere because you installed at the wrong folder level. An easy way to view it is "drag child to parent". So for example, the Gainsborough zip (v1.01) starts at "OMSI" folder. So in a separate window open up your Steam folders e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps (adjust accordingly - your path is different E: and SteamLibrary etc) so you see "Common" as a listed folder then drag the OMSI folder from the zip file onto the Common folder and (at your own risk) select overwrite existing files. For each of the dependencies again drag child onto parent (the zip files for dependencies may not start at OMSI folder but lower down - in which case adjust the target folder accordingly. This may still leave some redundant folder trees in the wrong place (from previous incorrect installs) - but they won't do any harm because nothing will connect to them - expect the space they take up. Just an idea. Hope you get it sorted - as the map runs really nicely.
 

Mr.ZoomTv

New Member
Apr 10, 2018
17
I had no issues with this install - so I think it does work. The commonest error in situations like this where you think you have all the right files in the right folder is that the folder tree has gone wrong somewhere because you installed at the wrong folder level. An easy way to view it is "drag child to parent". So for example, the Gainsborough zip (v1.01) starts at "OMSI" folder. So in a separate window open up your Steam folders e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps (adjust accordingly - your path is different E: and SteamLibrary etc) so you see "Common" as a listed folder then drag the OMSI folder from the zip file onto the Common folder and (at your own risk) select overwrite existing files. For each of the dependencies again drag child onto parent (the zip files for dependencies may not start at OMSI folder but lower down - in which case adjust the target folder accordingly. This may still leave some redundant folder trees in the wrong place (from previous incorrect installs) - but they won't do any harm because nothing will connect to them - expect the space they take up. Just an idea. Hope you get it sorted - as the map runs really nicely.
Thanks for this, but unfortunately it never worked. I tried reinstalling omsi but the exact same files were missing even though put them in the correct place. i really don't know what to do
 

Jonathan

Member
Oct 28, 2016
43
OK - sorry its not working for you. Just an obvious check - its not some kind of mix up between C: path and E: path or the path with "Steam Library" and another steam path? So you somehow have files split between two different OMSI locations?
 

Mr.ZoomTv

New Member
Apr 10, 2018
17
OK - sorry its not working for you. Just an obvious check - its not some kind of mix up between C: path and E: path or the path with "Steam Library" and another steam path? So you somehow have files split between two different OMSI locations?
i have Omsi downloaded in E:Path so i put the files in the E:path omsi location