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[New release] Simutrans-Experimental 10.13
« on: November 11, 2012, 09:06:30 PM »
A new version of Simutrans-Experimental is available to-day: Simutrans 111.2.1 Experimental 10.13. See here for more information on how to download, install and set up the latest version. For those already familiar with the installation and setup, here are some quick links:

Note that the Windows binaries contain the Windows version of the no-graphics server and the latest version of Nettool.

This is a bugfix release to fix the most important reported bugs in 10.12. See here for information on the 10.12 release, which was a very substantial upgrade on the previous 10.11 release.

I have included the version compiled with IPv4 only in the Windows binaries, as some users were reporting frequent desyncs when using Windows XP in 10.4.



A full list of changes follows.

Changes since 10.12
  • FIX: "Go to depot" command would not work. This also stopped the replacer from working.
  • CHANGE: Block reservations can only be edited by the player owning the way and the public player.
  • FIX: Crash on re-routing in some cases.
  • FIX: Block reservations for trains and train like convoys would be calculated incorrectly, resulting in blockages, in some cases.
  • FIX: Compile error with Nettool (thanks to Dwachs for spotting the problem)
Feedback and testing

Thanks also to all those who have tested Simutrans-Experimental and provided useful feedback: it is very much appreciated. Any feedback from this version would, as ever, also be very much appreciated, including (1) the new features introduced in 10.12 (braking physics, Carl's new timing/spacing features, the elevated way restrictions, underground station and signal restrictions); (2) online play (see here for a list of Simutrans-Experimental servers); (3) general bug reports; (4) information as to how well-balanced that the game is; (5) any difference in approach/strategy needed for Simutrans-Experimental as over Simutrans-Standard; and (6) any other useful feedback.

I shall bid people good playing, and look forward to any feedback!

Note

This topic is locked, as it is intended to serve as an announcement. To report a bug or otherwise give feedback, please start a new thread for each bug/topic. To ask a question about how to obtain Simutrans-Experimental, use this thread.
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