Started by gauthier, February 09, 2013, 01:29:01 PM
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Quote from: gauthier on February 17, 2013, 08:23:55 PMRVg "Flying Berliner"SMC RT-1000 "Ugly Duck"SMC RT-120 "Mighty Duck"RVg P-100RVg R-100Class 2000 (Australia)Class 620 (Australian)Haru HSTPioneer ZephyrBR-373 "Eurostar"Haru ACE (plus : its passenger cars don't appear in Electrics tab)RVg Spike DuplexHaru E3 "Komachi"RVg Thunder IIRVg TigressHaru X2000Rvg M1RVg Pioneer AlladinTMB Underground Class 3000TMB Underground Class 500TMB Underground Class 6000Mostly Zeno's things, maybe it's intended for some trains of this list.
Quote from: Zeno on February 19, 2013, 02:14:49 PMYou are right, DirrrtyDirk. It was intended to have the BR103 in the passenger tab, by modifying the freight to Passagiere.
Quote from: Zeno on February 19, 2013, 02:14:49 PMAbout the multiple units I created, well, Ducks are fictional, and could have their constraints changed, np. Other all-around-the-world multiple units, actualy I didn't have enough info to decide whether they were driven in multiple control or not; all Renfe and TMB vehicles have all the proper constraints based on real info, so I will say "I don't want to change it" unless there's a good reason for it. But after all, they are released under pak128 open source license, so my thoughts are just my thoughts; if majority or pak maintainer(s) decide to change them, it will be ok
QuoteRVg "Flying Berliner" -> I'd say noSMC RT-1000 "Ugly Duck" -> Not sureSMC RT-120 "Mighty Duck" -> Not sureRVg P-100 -> OkRVg R-100 -> OkClass 2000 (Australia) -> OkClass 620 (Australian) -> OkHaru HST -> Not surePioneer Zephyr -> No way!BR-373 "Eurostar" -> OkHaru ACE -> OkRVg Spike Duplex -> OkHaru E3 "Komachi" -> OkRVg Thunder II -> OkRVg Tigress -> OkHaru X2000 -> OkRvg M1 -> OkRVg Pioneer Alladin -> I'd say noTMB Underground Class 3000 -> No way!TMB Underground Class 500 -> No way!TMB Underground Class 6000 -> No way!
Quote from: Zeno on February 19, 2013, 07:39:11 PMcounterintuitive.
Quote from: dennosius on February 19, 2013, 10:47:11 PMWhat is the intended intuition, by the way? Locomotives are all in one tab, no matter if electric or not. In the electric tab, there are electric system trains
Quote from: dennosius on February 19, 2013, 10:47:11 PM (is there any better expression for engines and cars that belong together exlusively?).
Quote from: dennosius on February 19, 2013, 10:47:11 PM Non-electric system trains are in the passenger tab together with the general pax and mail cars that can go with electric and non-electric locomotives. Is that about how it should be?It's probably not pak-specific and one gets used to it, but it is anyway far from being intuitive.