Japan Set Development

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by dol422 » 21 Mar 2016 20:33

Just found the problem.

I thought I didn't have Pikka's finescale tracks loaded but found it conflicting with the tracks.

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by Doorslammer » 07 Apr 2016 08:51

Loving the latest updates, this set seems to have a great bit of work behind it now and is coming along in leaps and bounds. Couple of questions though:

* - The Twilight Express seems to have an unusual problem in that the mail car (which I use in place of a real-life generator car) doesn't convert to green with the rest of the set.
* - JR Hokkaido's DD51s look fantastic in blue, but I had a little difficulty in getting them to stay blue when running two in multiple. Could it be possible to have them refit as a Twilight/Cassiopeia to make the process a little easier?
* - There seems to be a small issue in carrying fruit in any wagons after second-generation JNR, which means that a brake van is permanently in use. Could this be fixed somehow?

Keep up the good work.
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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by knight9967 » 22 Apr 2016 11:21

Could you add a no platform modular station as a waypoint, maybe? like no platform low overpass, no platform high overpass, no platform tower overpass? :idea:


...and maybe 701 series?(standard gauge and narrow gauge please)

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by Metrication » 20 May 2016 17:28

stevenh wrote:
Metrication wrote:A bug to report (which I think is related to the previous discussion about bridges). Bridges in my games have two different sides, see attached screenshot.
Metrication, I've raised a bug and will look at this when I get a chance.
https://dev.openttdcoop.org/issues/7012
was this bug ever fixed?

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by Sylf » 21 May 2016 02:39

That is exactly the same problem as this. As far as I know, the only way it can be fixed is by having road-specific bridge replacement newgrf.

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by Doorslammer » 22 May 2016 17:03

Further to my last post http://www.tt-forums.net/viewtopic.php? ... 0#p1166643, found another few oddities:

* Some DMUs/EMUs (I noticed on the 485s primarily) that the end coach turns around when it reverses.
* 7 Stars Of Kyushu DF200 (a beautiful addition I must say) seems keen to add itself to all my freight trains. Sure are classy but none of my more traditional grey and reds survived.
* Other scenarios include blue and white renewal EFs on passenger trains instead of freight.

I'm thinking of making additional liveries at some point if so needed? Got this one done already as a quick recolouring.

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by Doorslammer » 23 May 2016 18:17

I guess I'll just paint for the fun of it, see how it goes. Some more recolours on the bench.

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by Doorslammer » 23 May 2016 18:23

Must have hit the upload limit, so here was the last one I got onto before bed.

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by stevenh » 23 May 2016 23:34

Doorslammer,

No promises, but over the next fortnight I may well be able to dig into those issues you've mentioned.
As long as dandan doesn't beat me to it...

And do keep drawing, the renditions look great.
The only point I can mention is that the blue for the Hokutosei/Cassiopeia/etc.. should wrap around onto the hood and roof.
The gray seems a little too wide.
Otherwise, I love each of them! Let's get them into the set.

Got some to-from years as to when the liveries should be available?

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by Doorslammer » 24 May 2016 08:03

Cheers, more than I could ever expect. Just drawing to stave off the lack of work boredom at the moment.

Feel a bit embarrassed really, I should have known straight off the bat the DD51s had blue tops on them (the two sitting in a Tomix box next to me should have been a clue really). Have recoloured to suit.

Let's see, as far as I can ascertain:

EF64 Brownies - No date on 1001, but 37 acquired this look in 2003. Possibly a similar time for both?
EF65 Twilight Express - This was a very new thing, painted in 2015.
EF210-300 - Are a current model that started from 2013.
Seibu E851 - Built in 1969 for freight duties, Seibu finalised their use by 1996.
DD51 Hokkaido - I actually don't have a date for these at all. Were they a late 1980s livery?

PS Whoever painted the ED79 on the development page did a fantastic job there.
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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by Metrication » 24 May 2016 12:42

Sylf wrote:That is exactly the same problem as this. As far as I know, the only way it can be fixed is by having road-specific bridge replacement newgrf.
i thought japan set had its own bridges? i might be wrong

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by NekoMaster » 24 May 2016 13:36

Metrication wrote:
Sylf wrote:That is exactly the same problem as this. As far as I know, the only way it can be fixed is by having road-specific bridge replacement newgrf.
i thought japan set had its own bridges? i might be wrong
Yes there should be a version of TTRS for Japan Set, unless that is no longer available on Banana's
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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by kamnet » 24 May 2016 15:28

NekoMaster wrote:
Metrication wrote:
Sylf wrote:That is exactly the same problem as this. As far as I know, the only way it can be fixed is by having road-specific bridge replacement newgrf.
i thought japan set had its own bridges? i might be wrong
Yes there should be a version of TTRS for Japan Set, unless that is no longer available on Banana's
It's still there, and it points to here: http://www.tt-forums.net/viewtopic.php?p=794611#p794611

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by Doorslammer » 24 May 2016 15:38

More furious pixel pushing on my part.

EF58 Experimentals - Seems to be 4 of them in various blues and greens. I amazingly somehow found an exact date for these, 1954.
EF81 Hokutosei - I believe this would appear about 1989? When Hokutosei would have started I suppose.
DE10 Watarase Keikoku Railway - Again, another approximation for 1989, when Watarase started operating their line.

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by stevenh » 24 May 2016 22:59

NekoMaster wrote:
Metrication wrote:
Sylf wrote:That is exactly the same problem as this. As far as I know, the only way it can be fixed is by having road-specific bridge replacement newgrf.
i thought japan set had its own bridges? i might be wrong
Yes there should be a version of TTRS for Japan Set, unless that is no longer available on Banana's
The Japan Set Releases thread indicates the following:
Bridges 30/01/2016 (under the name Total Bridge Renewal Japan)

So it should well be on Bananas?

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by Pyoro » 27 May 2016 19:56

It is, as said in that post as Total Bridge Renewal Japan - downloaded the GRF is called "Total Bridge Renewal Set 1.12 for Japan Set 3" though. Unless I have managed to confuse myself just now.

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by Valdez » 06 Jun 2016 13:25

knight9967 wrote:Could you add a no platform modular station as a waypoint, maybe? like no platform low overpass, no platform high overpass, no platform tower overpass? :idea:
If a new version will be released, I second this suggestion, and also the same (+ the regular overpass) as station tiles (I usually do the center tracks with station tiles w/o platform)

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by HawkEye1015 » 21 Jun 2016 06:11

Hi :)
I want to translate Japan set to Japanese
But not listed this set in the Web Translator https://translator.openttdcoop.org/
How can I translate this set?

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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by knight9967 » 26 Aug 2016 01:32

Could you please add a JNR 72 series train in light blue livery?
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Re: Japan Set Development

Post by Doorslammer » 31 Aug 2016 12:32

I could draw some out I suppose? Any other pics to utilise?
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