Started by jamespetts, December 13, 2008, 09:41:15 PM
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# Adjustment of speed bonus for local transport## These settings allow the speed bonus to be disapplied selectively to some# local journies, and a supplementary local bonus applied instead. The idea# is to simulate the fact that high speed vehicles are not suitable for local# transport, and that transport costs/revenues do not always scale in a linear# way for very short journies.## The max_bonus_min_distance (in tiles) is the distance above which the full# speed bonus applies in the normal way. The min_bonus_max_distance is the # distance below which no speed bonus applies at all. Between the two, the # bonus is phased, so, for example, at halfway between the minimum and maximum# distances, half the speed bonus applies.## The local bonus applies instead of the speed bonus to local journies, and# applies irrespective of the maximum speed of the vehicle. Below the distance# specified min_bonus_max_distance (in tiles), the local bonus applies in full.# Above the max_bonus_min_distance, the local bonus does not apply at all.# Between those two values, a proportion of the local bonus applies. For example,# halfway between the two, half the local bonus would be payable.## To revert to previous behaviour (as of Simutrans stable 100 and earlier), in which# the speed bonus was paid in full for journies of any length, and there was no# local bonus, set the min_bonus_max_distance and the max_bonus_min_distance to 0.min_bonus_max_distance = 16max_bonus_min_distance = 256local_bonus_multiplier_percent = 25# Settings for obsolete vehicles## Obsolete vehicles cost more to maintain, depending on these settings. The increase# percent is the extra amount that it costs to maintain a vehicle after its retire# date. For example, if a vehicle cost 0.10c to maintain when not obsolete, and# obsolete_running_cost_increase_percent was set to 200, it would cost 0.20c to# maintain after its retire date.## The phase years stipulate how long it should be after the retirement date before the# full percentage increase comes into effect. Between the retirement date and that number# of years after the retirement date, a proportion of the increase percentage applies.# For example, if the obsolete_running_cost_increase_phase_years was set to 10 in the # above example, then, 5 years after the retirement date for the vehicle, the running # costs would be 0.15c, and ten or more years after the retirement date, they would be# 0.20c. ## To revert to previous behaviour (as of Simutrans stable 100 and earlier), in which# there was no increase in the running costs for obsolete vehicles, set the increase# percent to 100 and the phase years to 1. obsolete_running_cost_increase_percent = 800obsolete_running_cost_increase_phase_years = 40
Quote from: jamespetts on December 13, 2008, 09:41:15 PM...The new configuration lines required in simuconf.tab for the increase of running costs are these (shown with default values):....
Quote from: Frank on December 14, 2008, 07:04:14 PMSave the configuration in speedbonus.tab ?