Traffic Lights appearance problem

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Jim2016
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Traffic Lights appearance problem

Post by Jim2016 » 29 Jul 2017, 09:09

This is a bug report for @Michiel.
While playing the game, I noticed that the lights of a traffic light are not visible through the outside driver's cabin windows in 5600 (2017) series (probably on all 5xxx series). On the other side, the lights are visible through the passengers' cabin windows.

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RotterdamMetroLover
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Re: Traffic Lights appearance problem

Post by RotterdamMetroLover » 29 Jul 2017, 11:21

It doesn't matter that much when you are in the cabin.

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Re: Traffic Lights appearance problem

Post by Jim2016 » 29 Jul 2017, 11:33

RotterdamMetroLover wrote:
29 Jul 2017, 11:21
It doesn't matter that much when you are in the cabin.
Of course, but it's still a bug ;)

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Re: Traffic Lights appearance problem

Post by brozma » 14 Aug 2017, 10:55

I noticed that too. Good eyes dude! ;) I have no idea what causes it, but it's only minor detail. Don't worry, this thing cannot get you into dangerous situation, because if there would be red light and you'll pass it with enabled ATB/ZUB, train will stop by itself.
If you want to make a very fast ride, just disable ATB/ZUB, put trottle to 1.00 and enjoy.
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Re: Traffic Lights appearance problem

Post by Sjoerd » 14 Aug 2017, 11:25

brozma wrote:
14 Aug 2017, 10:55
Don't worry, this thing cannot get you into dangerous situation, because if there would be red light and you'll pass it with enabled ATB/ZUB, train will stop by itself.
When the signal appears to be 'off', the rule book dictates that you have to stop anyway (and contact the CVL). After all; the signal might be red, but with a defective light. Passing it could be dangerous, and the emergency stop by the ATB/ZUB is also not a guarantee. ;)
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