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Re: Development on version 2.x (Baltics merge)

Posted: 01 Mar 2020 23:10
by Mooner_37
Cool! I like the picture with the lighthouse in the background :D

Re: Development on version 2.x (Baltics merge)

Posted: 02 Mar 2020 00:33
by id777
Very nice progress. Please tell what about adding Haapsalu in Estonia?

Re: Development on version 2.x (Baltics merge)

Posted: 02 Mar 2020 08:26
by Shiva
Nice work :)

Re: Development on version 2.x (Baltics merge)

Posted: 08 Mar 2020 03:25
by id777
Please add Haapsalu in Estonia

Re: Development on version 2.x (Baltics merge)

Posted: 25 Mar 2020 16:53
by WeiserPL
Can someone change signs with speedlimit in Lithuania main and also some in Latvia from 70 to 90 on normal/local roads? I would be very pleased, because it's really annoying and unreal. Lithuanians normally drive much faster haha.

Re: Development on version 2.x (Baltics merge)

Posted: 25 Mar 2020 17:07
by Horizon™
I am sorry, but not particularly sure what is wrong with signs and speed limits in Lithuania, as the set speed limits per road type/road sign correspond to the real-world laws/rules - 90km/h on the motorway, 80km/h on highways and 50km/h in urban area.

Could you elaborate more?

Thanks.

Re: Development on version 2.x (Baltics merge)

Posted: 25 Mar 2020 20:14
by supernoa2003
The speed limits in Lithuania are 90km/h on motorways, 80km/h on asphalt or concrete roads outside cities, 70km/h on other roads outside cities and 50km/h in cities. The speed limits in promods are the same so they are correct.

Re: Development on version 2.x (Baltics merge)

Posted: 25 Mar 2020 23:28
by WeiserPL
For example when you go from Kaunas by Panevezys to LT-LV border almost everywhere outside city is sign with 70 km/h...

Re: Development on version 2.x (Baltics merge)

Posted: 26 Mar 2020 12:09
by Horizon™
Can you provide a picture? Because I don't know what's particularly wrong with 70km/h speed limit.

Re: Development on version 2.x (Baltics merge)

Posted: 29 Mar 2020 22:31
by id777
No news about Baltics. Please tell what about Taurage in Lietuva? Rakvere and Haapsalu in Estonia? Or maybe something different?

I liked Promods Baltics very much and I still waiting for something more from you.