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Re: Glasgow

Post by Jim2016 » 17 Mar 2018, 19:39

Sjoerd wrote:
17 Mar 2018, 18:31
Your request has been granted ;)
Light switches have been placed at Govan. From here you can switch off the tunnel lights for the entire line, separate for the inner or outer loop. Having them off by default isn't a possibility, but you now have the option to switch them off yourself. :)
That's great! Thank you Sjoerd! :D

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Re: Glasgow

Post by Sjoerd » 17 Mar 2018, 19:40

You're welcome :)
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Re: Glasgow

Post by MetroRio » 18 Mar 2018, 03:40

Hi everyone, first post here and I’d like to say that I’m pretty excited in having a second real-world route. In the future if this game ever releases an editor, I would like to make my city’s metro and tramways (2 lines in each), but that’s off-topic.

Keep up the great work on Glasgow and take all the time you need to finish the route :)
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Re: Glasgow

Post by LosAngelesMetro56 » 18 Mar 2018, 16:02

How does the real time data work in this map? New drims = new function usually.
By 2021, the world's longest light rail line will be the Los Angeles Metro Blue Line with a total of 54.9 miles long. Beat that Coast Tram! :mrgreen:

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Re: Glasgow

Post by Sjoerd » 18 Mar 2018, 17:17

At the moment, the drims in the Glasgow network function just like the ones in the other networks. They are only visually different to look like the ones the real Glasgow uses. Perhaps I'll make a change later (on the Glasgow drims only).
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Re: Glasgow

Post by Alfacinha315 » 18 Mar 2018, 19:18

What about the LU1973 stock sounds?

And can we see images of the Glasgow DRIM's? And, if possible, a video with the tests you're making...
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Re: Glasgow

Post by Sjoerd » 18 Mar 2018, 20:19

I had some problem with the LU1973 sounds, so the SG2 sounds are in place for now. I wanted to give priority to building the Glasgow route. I will look at it again when I have time for it.

The Glasgow DRIMs; at the moment they work as you are familiar with; they show the next few departures. In Glasgow, they have only two lines instead of three;

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At stops where the platform services both tracks, the DRIMs do so too (order of trains displayed are based on order of departure; no change there either);

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I was thinking of having the bottom line display something else (like "report anything suspicious", as I see on photo's from Glasgow), but I have not taken the time for that yet.
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Re: Glasgow

Post by Sjoerd » 21 Mar 2018, 19:50

A short video on the route :)


https://youtu.be/B_NQdS9LF94
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Re: Glasgow

Post by MP 85 » 22 Mar 2018, 18:45

Nice Work :)
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Re: Glasgow

Post by MattH » 22 Mar 2018, 20:56

Sjoerd wrote:
18 Mar 2018, 20:19
The Glasgow DRIMs; at the moment they work as you are familiar with; they show the next few departures. In Glasgow, they have only two lines instead of three;

At stops where the platform services both tracks, the DRIMs do so too (order of trains displayed are based on order of departure; no change there either);

I was thinking of having the bottom line display something else (like "report anything suspicious", as I see on photo's from Glasgow), but I have not taken the time for that yet.
Within the technical limitations at the moment, I would like there to be messages (like 'report anything suspicious', 'no smoking' etc..) on non-island platform stations, as there's just going to be Inner Circle after Inner Circle train, rather that both Inner Circle and Outer Circle trains.

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