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Programmable signals act as block signals by default, not as path signals. This is why you need at least 2 signals on your circular track, and why train status does not say "waiting for free path".Muzzly wrote:I tested it a bit more. I seems that in a circle should always be at least two path signals in order train to move. Sorry, it was not your fault. With two programmable signals (with default green light) it also works !!!
Train window status has confused me. Should it not be "Waiting for free path" for pragrammable signal too?
Is there a possibility for an updated version to apply it to a latest build?
I, too, registered just so I could chime in on this thread. From when I discovered OpenTTD, I had wished for smarter signalling.
However, I can't seem to get this patch to work. I'm fairly new to all this, but, from what I've learned so far, the version of the game the patch was made for will no longer compile on the OS I'm on (OS X 10.9, more here https://bugs.openttd.org/task/5797).
Now, is there a way to make the patch work with newer versions of OpenTTD? Where could I learn to do this?
Or does somebody happen to have a compiled version für Mac with the patch?
Some logical signals are in the Joker PatchPack. But maybe other than this.Borg wrote:Too bad it didnt went into OpenTTD.. One of best and easy
patches for logical signals around! Not complicated yet powerfull.
So, whats the status? Does author still works on it? Is it stable?
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No, unfortunately I am not working on it, or even playing OpenTTD, actively at the moment. I am the type of person who plays really intensively for 2 weeks every now and then, but then I can take a break for a year or so. But OpenTTD is one game I always come back to.
I would not consider this "stable", as there has been minimal testing performed on it by me and others. But it should be stable enough to play around with and have some fun.
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