No Limits has....Limits?

Hey.  I love the demo so far, and I think the full version of No Limits is going to be awesome, but something concerns me.  The demo editor only has a 440m square layout grid. and a 120m height limit.  This will be OK for most coasters, but it appears that you can't make a TeraCoaster, or any large out and back, because you'll run out of room. 

Does anyone know if this limitation will be in the final version?  If there's going to be a limit, i'd prefer it be around 5000 feet long (so you can make a 10,000 foot out and back), with a height limit of maybe 550 feet.  I'm not sure you can even make Steel Dragon with this.  What's the scoop?

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Jman
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you can make Steel Dragon.  at least the height, I'm not sure how long it is, but you have to remember that the designer isn't from America and doesn't use the English system of measurement.  multiply any metric number you want by 3.3 and you'll get about what it will be in feet.  with the current limitations, you can make a 300 foot coaster.
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It would be pretty cool if you could specify what type of land you want. Like it there is 1,000 cubic meters in the game, you would be able to align them the way you want. That would be tight
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I understand metric, coasterjedi; I'm an engineer.  Anyway, the limits appear to be 390 feet in height, and 1430 feet long.  Now, the length is why you can't make SD2000....it's WAY more than 1430 feet out before it begins turning back.  Even considering that hills take up more height, you'd think there's 3000 feet of track to the turnaround area, which probably equates to around 2200 feet of actual linear length, which is still 800 feet longer than can be built!  That's not exactly no limits....hopefully, these limits will not be in place for the full version.
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Jman
Webmaster: Gravibulb Coasters - Home of Professional Quality Coaster Photos
http://balder.prohosting.com/gravbulb/coasters/
If you built SD2K on a diagonal you could probably fit it in there.  Easy way to do it would be to build hills and stuff on the grid, save it as a prefab then load the prefab from a vertex pointed along the diagonal.  Those size limits will probably be in the final...so yes there are some limits, but you can still make a really big coaster in that much area.

-Ride_Op

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I know you have some input to the whole deal, Ride_Op, any way to have him bump it to, say, 160m high and 1000m in each direction?

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Jman
Webmaster: Gravibulb Coasters - Home of Professional Quality Coaster Photos
http://balder.prohosting.com/gravbulb/coasters/

Why not email Ole about that directly?  ole@nolimitscoaster.de

-Ride_Op

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