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Old 08-01-2019, 10:24 AM   #1
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What am I doing wrong with the auto-adjust?

I have been eternally having problems with auto-adjusting the grid for 3D stadiums, and I've finally made a short video on what I'm doing, to try to get help with what I'm doing, since I feel a visual would probably get me somewhere, hopefully. Am I just doing it wrong completely (I'm following the instructions to a T), or is something wrong with my game?

I hold the 1 button, and click on home plate. That works. I hold the 2 button and click on 1B, it doesn't work. I hold the 3 button and click on 3B, doesn't work. I click 4, and either nothing happens, or the 3D model disappears into the ether.

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Old 08-01-2019, 05:55 PM   #2
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In all seriousness, one possible problem may be that home plate isn't aligned with the red and green axis in your model. I had an issue like that with a stadium a while ago and had the same kind of foolishness happen. Can you take a screencap of that model in Sketchup and post it here so we can see?
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Had to install a new version of SketchUp, but here is the ballpark, without any adjustments made to it. The axes are aligned properly.
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It is one of my stadiums. Chances are the bases did not set properly when using the 1-2-3-4 hot keys. I know that on occasion, I have actually found it easier to apply those by flipping the model and setting them on the bottom of the field. For some reason they will not always set on the top of the model but will work on the bottom. You just have to remember first and third would be reversed. Not sure if that makes any sense or not.
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I've also run into situations where simply copying and pasting the entire model into a new SketchUp file, re-aligning the axes, and re-exporting the OBJ file fixes this. No idea why, though.
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Well, the thing is, the 1-2-3-4 hot keys have never worked for me. I follow the instructions the game gives, and most of the time I get the dot on home plate, but I NEVER get the dots on 1st/3rd. Don't know why, but that's been a problem dating back to 18 and a different computer.
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I would try ised’s trick of lining them up underneath the field. If that doesn’t work I’d suggest posting your video to the bug report thread. The developers may know how to fix it.
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