Discussion in 'Player Created Resources' started by Night Owl, Jun 5, 2014.
Thanks, I've fixed this so that it works now in Internet Explorer.
This was a huge help. Thank you so much!
Great Job Thanks
Going to add the Metropolis at 83,400 square meters for $5000?
Also, it would be nice if you could select a city size, and have a running total of square meters used and square meters remaining.
I appreciate the tool. Thank you.
I plan on adding Metropolis to the tool tonight.
That's a great idea, thanks! I'll look at incorporating it into the tool, if not tonight, then over the weekend for sure.
I've updated the tool to include the Metropolis size
Nifty tool. I'll get this on the portal later today. Thanks!
Great! Thank you
I've added this feature. I decided to implement a little different and to calculate all remaining square meters for all town sizes at once as you calculate your lots. Give it a try and let me know what you think. I'm also optimizing the code a bit now that I have more time on my hands.
Very useful !!!
Suggestion. Add a link to this thread at the bottom of the tool, to make it easy and quick for people who have a link to the tool but not the forum, have a quick and easy way to find a spot to drop you a note. Something I started doing for a lot of stuff I do.
Great idea! Thanks, I'll add this later today.
I've made more tweaks to the tool, which includes:
- Added new rows to show size (ie. row 10x15) in the heading
- Added prices to the "Running Totals" area
- Hid the "references" section since all of these details are now in the "Input" and "Running Totals" areas. This can still be viewed by pressing the "Show Reference Table" button
- Create a mobile friendly version to include drop-downs, etc...
- Enhance lot size images
Fixed some issues related to IE. Will be making more updates this weekend
ask of today (Nov 22) the page for the calculator will not load
Appears that the entire sotahousing.com website is currently down.
Sorry about that folks, had an issue with the hosted server. It's back up now.
Woot, he is back?
Thank you for that tool, it has helped me in several discussions etc.
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