nicehthhs wrote:I've added the ability to enter timetable start dates as text (in hhmm format) instead of using the date gui when "Show time in minutes rather than days" is enabled. Enable Interface > "Enter timetable start times as text ..." to do this.
Any leading zeroes in the time may be omitted, so e.g. 0120 may be entered as 120, and 0005 may be entered as 5.
The first post in the thread has been updated with the new diff. Enjoy!
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Can you make an option to show only one departure instead of several identical ones at the same time? For example, if I have 5 buses departing at the same time to the same place, only one will be shown.
Is this possible?
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Looks to me like a font size issue.Norfolkadam wrote:Here's a screenshot for you. You can see that some of the times in the timetable are 05:.. etc
are you using an outdated patch?
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It seems to me that the simplest way to do it is to:
* Install MacPorts and the libraries required to compile OpenTTD (instructions)
* Install svn (instructions)
* Get the latest source (instructions)
* Apply the patch (instructions)
* Compile (instructions)
Good luck! The hardest part is getting it set up and compiling successfully for the first time. Subsequent compiles should be much easier.
What I want to do is basically to just set the clock back for example 3 hours and have all the trains timetable orders also jump 3 hours back (so no trains are delayed/early, it's just like for example if you adjusted for DST).
Great, cheers for the update!hthhs wrote:I've added a clock offset setting that should allow you to do what you want. Patch updated in the first post of the thread.
you should probably automatically update this offset when using the year cheat (or looping the end year), to have the time stay constant?hthhs wrote:I've added a clock offset setting that should allow you to do what you want. Patch updated in the first post of the thread.
The easiest issue:
I play with both the train name and the group name showing on the board. However, it seems there's no space at all reserved between those two fields, resulting in the groupname being behind the train name without any kind of separation for the longest train names on the board. For now I fixed it by starting all my groupnames with a space, but it would be nicer if the patch could handle that
The other issue:
I play with "Handle conditional order jumps by assuming they will not be taken". Mostly, that works fine, but I get the feeling something weird happens when an unconditional jump is encountered. Could it be that the patch still thinks it will not be taken ?
My orders are roughly like this (simplyfied, but the essence remains)
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1 Go to A 2 Jump to 8 when requires service is true 3 Go to B 4 Go to A 5 Jump to 10 when requires service is true 6 Go to B 7 Jump to 1 8 Go to Depot 9 Jump to 3 10 Go to Depot 11 Jump to 6
In fact, my timetable seems to be consistent with assuming unconditional jumps will not be made. Once the jump is actually made, the correct information suddenly appears on the board.
I have some problems with compiling ottd.