Cities: Skylines

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May 19, 2015 @ 11:56am
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Description
Compatible with 1.7/Mass Transit



Precision Engineering augments Cities: Skylines by adding angle snapping, guidelines and additional information to assist you when building roads, train lines, pipes and power lines.



Installation
Click the subscribe button above to install, then enable the mod in the Content Manager on the Cities: Skylines main menu.

Key Features
Note: For a more visual guide to the features, click here[imgur.com].

- Adds angle and distance measurements when building roads, train lines, pipes and power lines.
- Hold CTRL to enable snapping to angles (in 5 degree increments).
- Hold SHIFT to enable additional information display.
- (NEW) Hold ALT to enable snapping to guidelines.
- Display height of the road you are placing relative to ground level
- Display height difference between start and end point of a road (when placing, holding SHIFT)
- Does not override the default NetTool, so should be compatible with most other mods.

Can be safely removed at any time. Does not modify your save game file or need to be active when loading a save that previously used this mod.

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If you like this mod and want to see more of my work (primarily Unity3D tools at the moment), check out Stompy Robot[www.stompyrobot.uk].

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This mod uses the detours library[github.com] created by cope. A big thanks to him for sharing that code, many mods on the workshop would not be possible without it.

Having Issues?
- Make sure you have the mod enabled in the Content Manager.
- Bugs/Crashes? Try disabling all other mods and running with just Precision Engineering enabled. If you are sure it is not caused by another mod, please post your logs in this thread and I'll try and take a look.
- I don't own any of the DLC so can't test with them installed. Users report that the mod works fine, however.



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Jul 11 @ 11:46am
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Feb 7, 2016 @ 12:33pm
Incompatible with Fine Heights?
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May 23 @ 12:39pm
Is translation possible?
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654 Comments
camfletcher Jul 20 @ 4:21am 
how do you get the trams and taxis
^Hystrix Jul 17 @ 5:31am 
what an awesome mod
Simie 🐍  [author] Jul 15 @ 1:56pm 
@forallthebilly, thanks for your comment, but if you'd cared to read the previous comments you'd see some people disagree with you :-)
forallthebilly Jul 14 @ 1:44pm 
This mod are useless for after 1.7.0 f1
supersobes Jul 10 @ 9:33am 
This is the best mod ever created for Cities:Skylines!
bjoernjlenz Jun 30 @ 9:57am 
@WalrusInAnus
Yes you still want this mod as it shows angles to one decimal point, holding ctrl will snap to 5°, holding shift will show length in meters and holding alt will automatically snap to guidelines...
Of course, if you don't need these features you won't need the mod.
WalrusInAnus Jun 28 @ 9:09am 
Do I still need/want this mod after Mass Transit was released? What features - if any - does it still have over the vanilla game?
Weaver Jun 27 @ 8:14pm 
Aha, this is where my angel snap modifier was hiding. That's one thing that vanilla dosen't do yet. Vanilla does a hell of a lot more than it used to and is pretty usable if you're not too picky, I guess :3
Darugher Jun 26 @ 10:33am 
very usefull mod, thanks a lot
jukan66 Jun 23 @ 4:55am 
super