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you know ... im norwegian right?Chrill wrote:I could get the Norwegian done by a Norwegian friend of mine, Nekkid I would not be able to translate it properly on my own. Now, where and how do I start?DJ Nekkid wrote:sure! Wanna do norwegian in the same run?
have a look here and here
// ID for generic strings: FF
for Swedish? It's not mentioned, at least not to my understanding, in the instructions
in other words, replace all strings that are 7F with 2E, and FF with AE
I think 3 mil a train is good, but perhaps 300-400k to run a year, which would fall to roughly 100k with the last maglev train as the technology gets better.
Is this just discussion or are people actually thinking of designing some maglev trains?
ps. even the fixed one can be variable with the refit button (for example, 6 units long or 10 units long)
D'oh! I completely forgot about that (this probably shows how much I play with the 2cc set... ). Nevermind that suggestion than, as maglev track is far more expensive as a third rail...DJ Nekkid wrote:But; monorail isnt monorail, monorail is 3rd rail in the 2cc-set world, and elrail cost about 5x "monorail" now...
here you go.
removed the .grf, and added it to banananananananananas
Chances are thatChrill wrote:Nekkid, the Swedish translation should be sitting in your inbox
a) the translation will hit the repository faster
b) improvement proposals by other native speakers are posted,
if you add the translation here instead of hiding development in private mails.
You could, of course, also use our bug tracker: http://dev.openttdcoop.org/projects/2cctrainset
Almost all MU's in xUSSR if not replaced by newer non xUSSR made trains are made in Riga Carriage Works in Latvia.
The only train in 2cc set from this factory is the AR2 railcar (i dont know why it is there because only 2 railcars were built - one for LV, one for LT)
I know it's hard work, but maybe, just maybe you will make some.
Heres a list of most popular EMU's
SR3 Max speed 130kph
Intr date - early 1950ies
Capacity - 70 pax
Lading speed - high
Usage - Regional
ER2 (later design) Max speed 130kph
Intr date - 1972
Capacity - 70 pax (cab car) 110 pax (inset)
Loading speed - high
Usage - Regional
ER200 Max speed 200kph
Intr date - 1970ies
Loading speed - low
Usage - Intercity express
Note - there were three built and all had some minor diffrences in front. Two trains crashed.
Mk5 passenger cars can be attached to MU's.
Looks quite funny for ICE but with some recolor looks nice for TGV Duplex/Thalys. I also have 2 qestions:
Q1: Why the DD coaches are as high as normal (for the trains with large, brown bogies)?
Q2: Why the TGV Duplex has Thalys livery?