[SOLVED] License plates and speed limits

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[SOLVED] License plates and speed limits

Post by MyGodness » November 12th, 2021, 11:49 am

[EDIT] : Ok, problem solved. As I was writing this post, I realised that in the default files, none of them have the .modid expansion. So I removed the .mygotopia expansion on my speed_limits.sii and license_plates.sii files and everything works fine !

Hello everyone,

I am facing issues with license plates and speed limits in my Mygotopia country.

→ License plates work fine inside a city area but as soon as I get out of a city limit, license plates don't work anymore.
Also, license plates seems to not work at all on trailer (even inside a city area).

→ Speeds limits don't apply correctly. I have define 90 km/h max for trucks and 100 km/h for cars on local roads but when I drive in game, the speed limits is set to 100 km/h for trucks.

Did I miss something ?

I see these error in the editor log :
<WARNING> [country_data] No license plates defined for country 'mygotopia'.
<WARNING> [country_data] No speed limits defined for country 'mygotopia'.


But I have these files into my mod folders which are supposed to define the license plate and speed limits for my country, I guess ?

LICENSE PLATES
- def/country/mygotopia/license_plates.mygotopia.sii

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SiiNunit
{

license_plate_data : .lp.car
{
	type: car

	templates[]:"02 1111"

	def0[]:"M"

	def1[]:"0"
	def1[]:"1"
	def1[]:"2"
	def1[]:"3"
	def1[]:"4"
	def1[]:"5"
	def1[]:"6"
	def1[]:"7"
	def1[]:"8"
	def1[]:"9"

	def2[]:"G"
}

license_plate_data : .lp.trailer
{
	type: trailer

	templates[]:"02 1111"

	def0[]:"M"

	def1[]:"0"
	def1[]:"1"
	def1[]:"2"
	def1[]:"3"
	def1[]:"4"
	def1[]:"5"
	def1[]:"6"
	def1[]:"7"
	def1[]:"8"
	def1[]:"9"

	def2[]:"G"
}

}
- def/city/libertybay.sii

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city_data: city.libertybay
{
	city_name: "Liberty Bay"
	city_name_localized: "@@Liberty Bay@@"
	country: mygotopia

	## City pin and name scale factor sets size of city pin and name text on UI map.
	## Valid values: (0;2> default value 1.0. Default pin size on UI map 24px X 24px.
	#
	city_pin_scale_factor[]: 1.0f
	city_pin_scale_factor[]: 1.0f
	city_pin_scale_factor[]: 1.0f
	city_pin_scale_factor[]: 1.0f
	city_pin_scale_factor[]: 1.0f
	city_pin_scale_factor[]: 0.8f
	city_pin_scale_factor[]: 0.8f
	city_pin_scale_factor[]: 0.8f
	
	map_x_offsets[]: 0
	map_x_offsets[]: 0
	map_x_offsets[]: 40
	map_x_offsets[]: 0
	map_x_offsets[]: -6
	map_x_offsets[]: -7
	map_x_offsets[]: -21
	map_x_offsets[]: -16

	map_y_offsets[]: 0
	map_y_offsets[]: 0
	map_y_offsets[]: 55
	map_y_offsets[]: 0
	map_y_offsets[]: -30
	map_y_offsets[]: -23
	map_y_offsets[]: -23
	map_y_offsets[]: 4

	vehicle_brands[]: "volvo"

	truck_lp_template[]: "02 1111"

	truck_lp_def0[]:"M"

	truck_lp_def1[]:"0"
	truck_lp_def1[]:"1"
	truck_lp_def1[]:"2"
	truck_lp_def1[]:"3"
	truck_lp_def1[]:"4"
	truck_lp_def1[]:"5"
	truck_lp_def1[]:"6"
	truck_lp_def1[]:"7"
	truck_lp_def1[]:"8"
	truck_lp_def1[]:"9"

	truck_lp_def2[]:"G"

}
SPEED LIMITS :
- def/country/mygotopia/speed_limits.mygotopia.sii

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SiiNunit
{

country_speed_limit : .speed_limit.car {

	vehicle_speed_class:    car

	lane_speed_class[]:	local_road
	limit[]: 		100
	urban_limit[]:		50

	lane_speed_class[]: 	expressway
	limit[]:		100
	urban_limit[]:		70

	lane_speed_class[]: 	motorway
	limit[]: 		120
	urban_limit[]:  	120
}

country_speed_limit : .speed_limit.truck {

	vehicle_speed_class:	truck

	lane_speed_class[]:	local_road
	limit[]: 		90
	urban_limit[]:  	50
	max_limit[]: 		90

	lane_speed_class[]: 	expressway
	limit[]: 		90
	urban_limit[]:  	70
	max_limit[]: 		90

	lane_speed_class[]: 	motorway
	limit[]: 		100
	urban_limit[]:  	100
	max_limit[]: 		100
}

country_speed_limit : .speed_limit.bus {

	vehicle_speed_class:	bus

	lane_speed_class[]:	local_road
	limit[]: 		90
	urban_limit[]:  	50

	lane_speed_class[]: 	expressway
	limit[]: 		90
	urban_limit[]:  	70
	
	lane_speed_class[]: 	motorway
	limit[]: 		100
	urban_limit[]:  	100
}
}
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