[OTTD] OpenGFX+ Airports

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Re: [OTTD] OpenGFX+ Airports

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ISA wrote:
Yexo wrote:I'll code them if someone provides the graphics :)
I had/have some ideas, but before I've to finish 2 or 3 drawings!
Graphics would be very welcome. And I'll subscribe to coding them into this set, too.

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Would a simple 1x1 helipad be possible? Something like this:
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PaulC wrote:Would a simple 1x1 helipad be possible? Something like this:
Not entirely sure... the existing 1x1 helipad is a building and we might not be able to change the landing altitude.

EDIT: yes, as feared:
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planetmaker wrote:
PaulC wrote:Would a simple 1x1 helipad be possible? Something like this:
Not entirely sure... the existing 1x1 helipad is a building and we might not be able to change the landing altitude.

EDIT: yes, as feared:
You could add a (possibly animated) rope ladder to the helicopter, so people could climb into and out of the hovering heli.
Such a ladder would have to be added to the vehicle, and then applied if the ogfx+ airports grfid is detected.

TMWFTLB, though :D
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Well... but might be worth a try in a similar way: The landing altitude is known, thus it need not be attached to the vehicle. The tile could use a conditional building using the tile animation triggers ANIM_TRIGGER_APT_NEW_CARGO and ANIM_TRIGGER_APT_CARGO_TAKEN to display a rope ladder or not...

I faintly remember there being a possible timing offset, but as said: it will just need a try.

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Well, but... the rotor stops after "landing" ...
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I suggest we consider this a motivation to get newgrf airports fully merged with trunk (after 1.2 is branched, that is)
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Hirundo wrote:I suggest we consider this a motivation to get newgrf airports fully mergedrewritten with trunk (after 1.2 is branched, that is)
There is nothing to merge currently.

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Emperor Jake wrote:Having an old and modern style small airport might also be good - I like to use the small airport sometimes even in modern times where traffic is low and space is limited, and the dirt runway doesn't look good with modern turboprops.
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PaulC wrote:Mock-up:(...)
Hm, I think that's a nice idea indeed :-)
And even w/o new sprites :-P

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planetmaker wrote:And even w/o new sprites :-P
Actually that airport would require 6 new sprites (x4 for rotations). :wink:

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PaulC wrote:
planetmaker wrote:And even w/o new sprites :-P
Actually that airport would require 6 new sprites (x4 for rotations). :wink:
Which sprites are new?

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Yexo wrote:Which sprites are new?
These:
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Iirc, airports arent built that way. They are made up by layering other sprites.
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I don't believe that's any different to how the normal small airport is put together. But of course, I can cut those sprites any way that's needed.

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PaulC wrote:
Emperor Jake wrote:Having an old and modern style small airport might also be good - I like to use the small airport sometimes even in modern times where traffic is low and space is limited, and the dirt runway doesn't look good with modern turboprops.
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PaulC: Ah, of course. I missed the fact there are two buildings split over 3 tiles width. The sprites need to be cut per tile indeed. If you could cut the sprites I'll be happy to code this airport, it looks really cool :)

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Yexo wrote:PaulC: Ah, of course. I missed the fact there are two buildings split over 3 tiles width. The sprites need to be cut per tile indeed. If you could cut the sprites I'll be happy to code this airport, it looks really cool :)
Do you mean they need to be cut differently to what I posted above? Or just that you need me to cut the sprites for the other rotations (and snow)?

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PaulC wrote:Or just that you need me to cut the sprites for the other rotations (and snow)?
That :)

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