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Old Posted Dec 30, 2017, 9:17 PM
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Originally Posted by koops65 View Post
I agree that 2 towers (or more) from 1 base should be broken into multiple entries. Another entry that breaks this "rule" is:
Because both drawings appear in the primary, the second tower has no drawing...
Yeah, it's annoying that when there is more than one entry, the illustrator puts two (or more) buildings in a single drawing.

However, I still say that if there is a base that is significantly tall connecting two or more structures, and that is significantly tall (I would guess around 1/4) when compared with the total height of the buildings; then those should have a single entry in the database.

P.S: I have found a case of the opposite problem; completely separate parts of a complex that have a single entry for them.
For example:, where there is no visible connection between the two parts.
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