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Author Topic: 123.0: Map shows Network when line selected, but is not restored when closed  (Read 282 times)

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Offline m.vanderwulp

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Tested in the new simutrans 123.0, with pak128, did work fine in previous 122.0:

1. Open the Map, show Networks e.g. for Steel.
2. Now, click on a station, go to Connections tab, and select a Train line for Steel.
The line dialog opens, and the Map now only shows the selected line. Good, this is very practical. See attached screenshot.
3. Now, close this line dialog.

In 122.0, this also returned the map to show all steel lines.
In 123.0, the map remains showing the single steel line.

Problem: how do I return the map to showing all Steel lines?
Also, when opening multiple line dialogs, the shown line on the map does not follow the selected dialog any more.

Offline prissi

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Should be fixed, as well as the display of schedule of convois and the proper change when topping and untopping windows. Additionally r10352 shows the selected convoi in magenta.

Offline m.vanderwulp

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Thanks! It works.

I was building the simutrans packages for openSUSE, and have the solution to this bug included.
Hopefully, the result will be visible soon at https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/games/simutrans

Offline prissi

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I strongly advise using the latest stable for this, in the current case r10317 (although a new one will come shortly). Otherwise these games will not be able to connect to an online server running a stable version.

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Well the config.default he used suggests a correct revision number

=> https://build.opensuse.org/package/view_file/home:m_vanderwulp:branches:games/simutrans/config.default?expand=1&rev=18

I do have some extra suggestions however. According to the configuration your build of Simutrans won't have MIDI music. One of the additions in version 123 was the fluidsynth midi backend (specifically to address music issues on linux), so I suggest you to use that, and add a default soundfont as dependency. zstd compression could also be set.