SBB-CFF-FFS Set (Swiss Trains) v1.0e (7/6/2015)

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Re: SBB-CFF-FFS Set (Swiss Trains) v1.0e (7/6/2015)

Post by romazoon » 20 Aug 2016 12:10

I can t play without your set, it s just so nice looking !

One small bug though : when using the refit option to NOT carry mail those refitted trains will refuse to autorenew/autoreplace

edit : i ve found in the readme that this is a limitation of the game, so sorry for useless bugreport, one thing though still concerning those driving trailers, is that the loading speed with or without mail of the driving trailers are very different (it s very slow when there is mail to load or unload)
And while i m at it, imho driving trailer should not carry any mail at all given the problems it raises :no autorenew, longer loading times, or small nuisance like adding mail service without realizing it (that last thing can even be sneaky : a train Re460 lok2000 with unified IV cars and the adapted driving trailer refitted to NOT carry mail, if you clone it, the clone WILL carry mail)

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Re: SBB-CFF-FFS Set (Swiss Trains) v1.0e (7/6/2015)

Post by p4nzer » 05 Jul 2017 23:30

Is this set still being updated? Are there any plans for the Einheitswagen V or Twindexx?

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Re: SBB-CFF-FFS Set (Swiss Trains) v1.0e (7/6/2015)

Post by dandan » 26 Jul 2017 20:24

p4nzer wrote:Is this set still being updated?
Well, not exactly "being updated". I have not worked on it in a while and have little time.

But sooner or later I might do a little update and bugfix.
Are there any plans for the Twindexx?
Yes, I even announced that one in the readme.
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What do you mean?

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Re: SBB-CFF-FFS Set (Swiss Trains) v1.0e (7/6/2015)

Post by p4nzer » 26 Jul 2017 21:18

Thanks for the update :D
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I think I meant EC250 but I got some wires crossed, sorry

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Re: SBB-CFF-FFS Set (Swiss Trains) v1.0e (7/6/2015)

Post by dandan » 28 Jul 2017 05:51

p4nzer wrote: I think I meant EC250 but I got some wires crossed, sorry
Thanks. Yes, I guess that's an option. That would really add something since it would be the first train in the set with a top speed above 200km/h.

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Re: SBB-CFF-FFS Set (Swiss Trains) v1.0e (7/6/2015)

Post by Valdez » 01 Aug 2017 18:15

Hi Dandan,

one little thing with regards to 1.0e - when played in combination with Japan track set (the most current version - January 2016), the Eem 923 acts as a regular electric locomotive, no dual mode. Haven't tried any other track sets (to be honest, the only track sets I have used in past 3 or so years are this and Pikka's finescale UK). Any idea how to fix that?
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Re: SBB-CFF-FFS Set (Swiss Trains) v1.0e (7/6/2015)

Post by Valle » 11 Aug 2017 00:18

Valdez wrote:Hi Dandan,

one little thing with regards to 1.0e - when played in combination with Japan track set (the most current version - January 2016), the Eem 923 acts as a regular electric locomotive, no dual mode. Haven't tried any other track sets (to be honest, the only track sets I have used in past 3 or so years are this and Pikka's finescale UK). Any idea how to fix that?
A similar behavior exists with the FRISS tracks I use (diesel only for most overhead tracktypes) - and probably the xUSSR tracks as well. The issue with these dual-mode vehicles is that they would have to have a parameter to accommodate all these different track types correctly, which may or may not be impossible. If it's feasible, it sure sounds like a lot of work to me.


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Re: SBB-CFF-FFS Set (Swiss Trains) v1.0e (7/6/2015)

Post by Valle » 30 Nov 2018 23:19

Valle wrote:
Valdez wrote:Hi Dandan,

one little thing with regards to 1.0e - when played in combination with Japan track set (the most current version - January 2016), the Eem 923 acts as a regular electric locomotive, no dual mode. Haven't tried any other track sets (to be honest, the only track sets I have used in past 3 or so years are this and Pikka's finescale UK). Any idea how to fix that?
A similar behavior exists with the FRISS tracks I use (diesel only for most overhead tracktypes) - and probably the xUSSR tracks as well. The issue with these dual-mode vehicles is that they would have to have a parameter to accommodate all these different track types correctly, which may or may not be impossible. If it's feasible, it sure sounds like a lot of work to me.
Regarding the Eem 923, I'd like to report another discovery I just made: its real-life top speed appears to be 120 km/h according to this manufacturer source, as opposed to the 100 km/h found in the set as of v1.0e. Chances are that the current value might have come from the English Wikipedia page, possibly based on some sources dated from around the development phase that stated 100 km/h for SBB Cargo. While it might still be its towing speed (and indicated on the frame), this value appears to be obsolete as the top speed under under own power.

Like the above document by Stadler and this SBB source, the German Wikipedia states 120 km/h. Could you adjust the top speed in your next release, please? Thanks in advance.

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