Metrosimulator is made to be realistic. Michiel does a great job at programming the simulator, and he is not as lazy as those commercial companies skipping details like this (just to make as much money as possible in as little time as possible)Guille3604 wrote: No, no. It happened that I couldn't set up a path, so I just went because I wanted, silly me to think that if I get to have at least one bogie in the side of the points that I wanted, it would follow up again in the direction I wanted to, like it happens in many other sims, know I now that that rule, doens't apply here.
As for the 'mistake'; it happens to professional drivers too, like this tramdriver in The Hague in December (at a single-to-double track switch; a tailtrack situation): http://www.digitaletram.nl/actueel/2016 ... tm#2016403
Always check the position of the switch; if it does not line up (perfectly) in de way you want, do not drive over it, and never reverse while on a switch.