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Schematic Transit Map

Post by VictorTom » 14 Aug 2019 15:01

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Re: Schematic Transit Map

Post by acs121 » 14 Aug 2019 19:29

For a schematic transit map, there's nothing that's really close to it in some way, but there's something similar : click on the minimap (in the toolbar) and there's a "Infrastructure" mode (I think it's named like that but I don't know since I'm French), then zoom at it, do a screenshot and just draw the lines on it with some drawing logicial. AFAIK there's no way, even with 3rd party logicials, to do almost-exact schematic transit maps in OpenTTD.

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Re: Schematic Transit Map

Post by Hyronymus » 14 Aug 2019 20:17

VictorTom wrote:
14 Aug 2019 15:01
How do you generate a schematic transit map in OpenTTD? I’m thinking it might be an external tool or something.
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Do you have an example of what you mean or know where you saw it?

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Re: Schematic Transit Map

Post by Redirect Left » 14 Aug 2019 21:22

I think you are referring to this, it seems it was given a first release but never followed up and Linux only.
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also many years ago, would be ace to start that again, but i don't know any reasonable way of doing it with the languages i know.
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Re: Schematic Transit Map

Post by Dave » 18 Aug 2019 17:04

Otherwise, you can use Microsoft Visio.
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