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Suspended Path Placements






Suspended shops and stalls place on the flying Flat piece.






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When suspended stalls and facilities are lined up two or more alongside each other there will be a post between each.






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You might choose to create CSO’s to minimize the appearance of these extraneous posts.






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In this simple treatment, TurnU decals placed on the path below each stall in addition to CSO fencing placed between each all appear to be a part of this park’s theming and works splendidly to camouflage what could be seen as an awkward arrangement of fence posts. Planters that have been created to match the size and shape of the in-game Coffee stall planters add further enhancement.






Those posts are even less of an issue in this next image where I’ve taken this same area of my example park further with the addition of mini fences, a guest dining set, and CSO vegetation.






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Suspended ride exits also use the suspended Flat piece.






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Ride entrances use the Straight queue piece.






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Flat ride baseplates are made up of the required number of Flat pieces. This in-game Carousel is using nine Flat pieces in a 3 x 3 configuration.






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As a matter of interest the Flat piece is also the piece that is used for the borderless and fenceless areas in the open spaces of flying path plazas. However, when either the A.T.M., the First Aid, or the Toilets are placed in the middle of plazas they take up the TurnX piece.






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It was when I placed these toilets near the center of this plaza that I came up with the idea of creating mini fences for the path corners surrounding facilities placed in the open areas of plazas. It turns out that these mini fences also work well when placed near the fronts of shops and stalls.






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Because flat ride baseplates and shops & stalls don’t come with fencing I’ve made over some of my pre-import fences for use as CSO’s. Decal CSO borders have also been made for the Flat path piece that makes up the ride entrance and I’ve created additional decals for use as a border for the ride baseplate, where I’ve added coordinated fencing there as well.






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This image displays how the planters I created to border the in-game shops and stalls do just as well as ride enhancements. They’re just perfect with the in-game ride entrance & exit.







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