German LRT stations RELEASED!!!

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German LRT stations RELEASED!!!

Post by MartinMundorf » 26 Feb 2010 22:46

The locomotion fanpage users Speedy and AZUWSK and I made new stations. Three items : one piece with time shedule, one with a ticket machine and one with a station sign, all in the typical new german railway standard design.
The stations maybe look very close to the tracks, but in real life the distance between train and platform is not bigger than 30 cm (roundabout 0.98 ft).
(the hight of the platform is exactly 76 cm (2.49ft) - the (new) german standard hight for platforms)

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Re: German LRT stations [NOT YET RELEASED!!!]

Post by noofnoof » 27 Feb 2010 05:32

MartinMundorf wrote:ticket automat
As a German-speaking Australian, I understand that, but it's not an english word :wink: . so yeah ticket machine.

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Re: German LRT stations [NOT YET RELEASED!!!]

Post by MartinMundorf » 27 Feb 2010 12:27

:D we never had the word for this at school and my oxford dictionary wasnt a real help at this point - so its the result of the google-translator ("the do-no-evil-but-sometimes-wrong- translation-company") :mrgreen:

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Post by Krakr » 27 Feb 2010 22:12

...so its the result of the google-translator ("the do-no-evil-but-sometimes-wrong- translation-company")
Since we're already a bit off topic, could one of you kind gentlemen translate the word "veroffendlichen"?

I'm trying to use the (german-only) LocoGUI v2.0 and all the translators on line are completely stumped by this.
It's a menu/dialog item that shows up in two places.

Thanks

PS the letter "o" actually has two dots high above it (umlaut??) but using it didn't help the translators.
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Post by Illegal_Alien » 27 Feb 2010 22:59

"Publication" according to my dictonary to Dutch and then English :P
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Re: German LRT stations [NOT YET RELEASED!!!]

Post by Hammo » 27 Feb 2010 23:23

So I guess that might be to "publish" or compile the dat? (something else?) just a wild stab in the dark - it would depend on the context.

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Post by MartinMundorf » 28 Feb 2010 10:33

"veröffentlichen" means "to publish". the "umlaut" (letters a u and o with two dotts above) can be subscribed in english (and german as well) with a following "e"
-> veroeffentlichen
(examples: to change = ändern / aendern ; to open = öffnen / oeffnen)

but lets close the german-lesson now, back to topic: AZUWSK fixed up the graphics - the files are online ! :D

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Re: German LRT stations RELEASED!!!

Post by lego_trains » 02 Mar 2010 17:02

MartinMundorf wrote:German LRT stations RELEASED!!!
You should probably follow forum formatting and proper punctuation.




Stations:

They feel like they are missing heart and soul. There is no shadowing or weathering.
Just a very bright "thing".

Also, there is a 7 station limit. to use 3 for one platform is not resource effective.
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Re: German LRT stations RELEASED!!!

Post by MartinMundorf » 04 Mar 2010 11:41

I know what you mean - these stations are my first own created stations. I´ll maybe make a repaint.
But the "missing heart and soul" is a little bit part of the concept: most german suburban railway stations all look the same, there is no local typical "spirit". In the north of Germany or in Bavaria, in the outer west or in the far deep of east-germany, all stations look like these - "cloned" with out heart and soul...
but the bright grey is not the top of creating, I´ll care about that.

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Re: German LRT stations RELEASED!!!

Post by djhieronymus » 07 Apr 2010 20:01

the zip file has been broken.
Did you known that?

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Post by Tattoo » 07 Apr 2010 20:13

djhieronymus wrote:the zip file has been broken.
Did you known that?
I just downloaded it now and it's works fine here. Try downloading it again.
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Re: German LRT stations RELEASED!!!

Post by djhieronymus » 07 Apr 2010 20:16

well i have winzip.
and i will get this error.
Also when i download the file first and than to unzip it
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Re: German LRT stations RELEASED!!!

Post by Plastikman » 07 Apr 2010 20:20

and did you do what it says? :P

i just tried it. zip is fine you just hiccuped in your DL.
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Re: German LRT stations RELEASED!!!

Post by djhieronymus » 07 Apr 2010 20:23

Whaha i try winrar now , that's works LOL

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