Making the sides of ramps smooth into the ground

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Re: Making the sides of ramps smooth into the ground

Post by Aliyana » Mon Sep 04, 2017 1:42 am

In the trick field, I get stumbled up a great deal by cut-out the edge of an incline while attempting to go by it oppositely. It would be pleasant if at whatever point there is a plausibility to go over a height alter opposite to its proposed course, the ground would be adjusted to make the change smooth. Essay Buzz Here is a paint attracting endeavoring to indicate what I mean: Do you truly mean an official guide? I've perused about this issue in no less than 2 themes. I figure the issues with the Left menu isn't an extraordinary one. The larger part of us have seen that. The Volt topic can have 2 sidebars, isn't that so? What's more, a multi-level menu has numerous choices.

Re: Making the sides of ramps smooth into the ground

Post by tedeasters » Mon Nov 21, 2016 2:38 pm

Do you really mean an official map? I've read about this issue in at least 2 topics. I guess the issues with the Left menu isn't a unique one. The majority of us have seen that. The Volt theme can have 2 sidebars, right? And a multi-level menu has many options.
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Re: Making the sides of ramps smooth into the ground

Post by QubicPrograms » Mon Apr 01, 2013 6:48 pm

Do you mean in an official map? Or one of your own?
If it is one of your own, there is already a piece that does that.

Making the sides of ramps smooth into the ground

Post by Guest » Thu Feb 21, 2013 7:27 pm

In the stunt arena, I get tripped up a lot by clipping the edge of a ramp while trying to pass by it perpendicularly. It would be nice if whenever there is a possibility to go across an elevation change perpendicular to its intended direction, the ground would be rounded to make the transition smooth. Here is a paint drawing trying to show what I mean: Image

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