WIP: MVG Class A + B

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Re: WIP: MVG Class A

Post by perfecttrains1000 » 01 Apr 2019, 18:51

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basically this train hasn't turned around and is causing big delay
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Train Code ^

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Sjoerd
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Re: WIP: MVG Class A

Post by Sjoerd » 01 Apr 2019, 18:55

Just take it out of service then; give it a train number like 2124NN, and park it on a siding....
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Re: WIP: MVG Class A

Post by perfecttrains1000 » 01 Apr 2019, 18:56

urm have you seen the CVL that wont be clearing

Edit: Trains are beginning to move

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Re: WIP: MVG Class A

Post by perfecttrains1000 » 01 Apr 2019, 19:16

and i just got another
Edit: 2164LT

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Re: WIP: MVG Class A

Post by Sjoerd » 01 Apr 2019, 19:29

Perhaps you are running the "Mega Line C" activity on a relatively weak computer....
The simulator is running a lot of trains all at once, and when too much has to be done in a single timestep, it sometimes forgets to turn off a train at the end of its run. This is a simulator problem that has been observed multiple times before, and can not be solved.
If you use a faster computer, it happens less often. If it happens on your computer a lot of times, I suggest avoiding heavy-traffic activities, like "Mega Line C".
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Re: WIP: MVG Class A

Post by perfecttrains1000 » 01 Apr 2019, 19:42

and another one 2083TL
got it moving tho

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Re: WIP: MVG Class A

Post by perfecttrains1000 » 01 Apr 2019, 19:46

Ok i have found this problem with some of the other activities

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Re: WIP: MVG Class A

Post by Alfacinha315 » 02 Apr 2019, 14:21

Hi there! I just redownloaded the new train, and this time tested it on the activity "Saturday Morning Line C". However, I found a strange thing in my train: at one side, it shows Simvliet destinations, but at the other side, it shows Rijndam destinations.

I wonder: why this happened?

These screenshots were taken between De Bergen and Kruidveldlaan.

Edit: I just restarted the activity, and this time there's not any problem with the destination displays...

Edit 2: That's it, I just pressed CTRL+X... :lol:
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Re: WIP: MVG Class A

Post by Sjoerd » 02 Apr 2019, 14:35

The destinations that appear when you press Ctrl+X are repaintable. It's all in the textfile you can find in the download package.... ;)
This way, you can use your own destinations if you want. I provided the Rijndam destinations as an example.
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Re: WIP: MVG Class A

Post by Alfacinha315 » 02 Apr 2019, 14:55

Sjoerd wrote:
02 Apr 2019, 14:35
The destinations that appear when you press Ctrl+X are repaintable. It's all in the textfile you can find in the download package.... ;)
This way, you can use your own destinations if you want. I provided the Rijndam destinations as an example.
How do you mean? Can we type any destination we want?
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