We have added a (hopefully) helpful addition to the website – automatic translations using Google Translate. Automatic translation isn’t as good as a human translation of course, but this should still make the site easier to use and understand for our international users.
It will automatically select the language your browser is set to, but if you want to change it just choose a different one from the language picker.
Note that the picker scrolls – scroll down if you need Russian or Spanish.
There is a new version of OpenSceneryX out, v4.3.0, which includes 3D previews of objects, lines, polygons and forests which are now displayed on the website. You can also preview all seasonal variants where they exist:
Here are the full release notes:
New scenery objects in this version:
Incorporated latest additions from DT Library by Darrell Thompson into OpenSceneryX, including more asphalt ground polygons and a dry grass ground polygon.
When delivering winter seasonal variants, we now prioritise specific snow / non-snow variants over default winter variants. This ensures, for example, that you will always see a snowy variant if you are using a plugin that requests snowy assets (provided there is a snowy version available for that item, of course!).
Improved the documentation for the asphalt surface polygon variants which are designed to be used over the top of opaque asphalt to give a more weathered look.
3D previews of objects, lines, polygons and forests are now displayed on the website.
Also, to accompany the new library version, there is a new installer too, which has the following changes: