I already have a github account (hosting the Swedish pakset), however I thought the proper way was to create a branch within your project. Will work on it tonight!edit:
I am afraid that I really do hit a wall when messing around with git:
If I clone a copy of your repository to my harddrive, I can update whenever you do, I can create local branches and edit files as I please. But I cannot make my local branch go online in any way. If I try to "publish" it, it tells me I dont have permission, and if I try to make a pull request, I also do not have permission. I have no clue how to publish my branch onto my own github account.
The other alternative I can see, is to make a copy of the entire simutrans experimental folder on my harddrive, delete the "git" folders inside and create a new repository in git, featuring the complete copy. With this, I can go live, but I have no clue how I am suppose to keep it in sync with your devel-new-branch (besides manually copying files, which will be very tedious).
How do you do this?edit2:
I have now added information in the signal window wether it is a choose signal, longblock -, combined -, station - or distant signal. Still have intermediate - and permissive signal to go as well. Is there any other signal types that would be worth mentioning? Would a "normal signal" be in place when the signal is a plain signal?