Started by Ranran, March 12, 2019, 03:11:18 PM
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QuoteThat is, you can not know in the game the information on why it has only one connection partner.
QuoteAfter all, I don't think there may be a need to implement fixed coupling at this time.I think that it is better not to include the fixed connection in the basic connection constraint, since the fixed coupling is conflict with the existing constraints.For example, is constraint[prev] = none and fixed_coupling[prev] = 1 simultaneously established?Can fixed_coupling[prev]=1 and has_front_cab=1 occur simultaneously?
Quotebut this has no effect. Is this an error or am I missing something?
QuoteI have additionally translated "LOCO_SYM" to "L" as suggested - anything longer (such as "Loco") did not fit.
Quote from: Ranran on July 02, 2019, 09:33:19 PMAnd this also affects the inversion algorithm. It will probably affect recombination as well.If the locomotive was bidirectional, the side that can not connect anything when you shunt through the run-round loop will be back side.Show in red the unconnected side.It conflicts with the constraint setting. So it has to be reversed by using the turntable.