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PBS signal graphics

Post by patter » 21 Dec 2007 23:23

I'm running ttdpath 2.5 beta9 (dos) with the new graphics from http://tk.ttdpatch.net/newgrf/20/all.zip with PBS active. I can manually create path signals by ctrl+clicking on signals, and the question-mark toolbar item shows them as path based but path-based signals look the same as normal ones.

newgrf.cfg
newgrf/elrails.grf
newgrf/signals.grf
newgrf/trkfound.grf
newgrf/pb_ukrsd.grf
ttdpatch.cfg
autorenew -6
autoreplace on
mountains 3333
curves 3333
newships on
newtrains on
newplanes on
newrvs on
trainrefit on
wagonspeedlimits on
feederservice on
gotodepot on
losttrains on
sharedorders on
selectgoods on
autoslope on
buildonslopes on
plantmanytrees 2
custombridgeheads on
higherbridges on
newbridges on
enhancetunnels on
electrifiedrailway on
manualconvert on
presignals on
extpresignals on
pathbasedsignalling 10
signalsontrafficside on
trams on
fifoloading off
gradualloading on
irregularstations on
newstations on
showspeed on
hopefully I'm just missing a file, any suggestions?

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Re: PBS signal graphics

Post by Dave » 22 Dec 2007 04:10

Yes, you need to update your newgrf file.

Go to http://www.ttdpatch.net and download the new GRF base package, which includes the necessary grfs to get TTDPatch fully functioning graphically for 2.5b9.
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Re: PBS signal graphics

Post by patter » 22 Dec 2007 08:48

cheers Dave, sometimes its the simplest things.

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