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Post by graymac on Sat Nov 05, 2011 12:42 pm

IWRsim website www.IWRsim.graymacimage.com is dead.
Long live www.celtictrainsim.com Very Happy Very Happy

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Post by mrknowitall on Sat Nov 05, 2011 1:49 pm

brilliant!

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Post by 92220 on Sat Nov 05, 2011 4:00 pm

Excellent job Graymac. Well done. bounce

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Post by graymac on Sat Nov 05, 2011 5:18 pm

Ta muchly! Let's all be certain of one thing, there's more chance of the Euro going tits up than OpenBVE, as long as there's a few of us who are using it to produce good simming material (No, Doris, SIMMING, not slimming. Fat cow!). Fortunately there are still good people working hard and the results are starting to show. Lots of positives, Derryck's making improvements, Mobile1 is doing some brilliant route work, Chris Lees is making quality additions to his Cornish work. It will come together and when it does it will be all worthwhile. When new routes emerge it will not take long to stock them with assorted train items.
And there will be more Ballyfeckin routemileage released in time for Christmas, I promised the Killavalley Branch and I shall deliver.

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Post by Misfit on Sat Nov 05, 2011 8:53 pm

Not so sure OpenBVE will not go belly up as well. Nice new website and Ballyfeckin is a wonderful route. Only problem is that it needs the BVEopen Sigs which do not appear to be available for download anywhere on the web. Perhaps somebody may point me in the right direction.

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Post by Dexter on Sat Nov 05, 2011 10:35 pm

Cheers Gray. Checked the website briefly and looks to be quite nice, but to give you a feedback, I am sometimes having problems with reading the font, talking about the menu buttons now. Also, I would like you to share your banner with me... you can get mine here, should you need different dimensions, let me know. And send the banner to my email address, please.

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Post by viccylinefan on Sun Nov 06, 2011 10:46 am

Nice one Graham! One thing, your Irish Train depot downloads are VERY confusing in terms of seperate downloads, any chance you can simplyfiy it?

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Post by mrknowitall on Sun Nov 06, 2011 11:18 am

the consumers are never satisfied ey ? Wink

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Post by graymac on Sun Nov 06, 2011 2:07 pm

@misfit All signals needed for use with Ballyfeckin are included in the Ballyfeckin object folder which you download. It has been established elsewhere on this site that the BRSigs appear to be legally available, as distinct from the NWM copyright material.
Even if this were not the case it is not beyond possibility to use the Japanese system or for other alternatives to be deployed.

@viccy You will have to get used to it. Instructions for the perplexed are provided in the publications sector. The modular system is more efficient, it saves your disk space and my bandwidth by using common files for the bulk of the loco hauled trains.
It's really incredibly simple. You are downloading two kinds of folder. One kind is a Train folder (IE29000, IE201, Mk3_new to give examples) These are simply put in your BVE train folder and that's all there is to installing them. The "add-ons", which you identify as different because of the green icon by the download button, are folders which you add to the folder of the train for which you want to add the new stock. So, for example, if you wanted the container train add-on for the 201 loco you would download that add-on and put it in the 201 train folder.
This way there are NO loose config files to sort out and install, NO duplication of loco downloads, or copying loco folders on your hard disk The add-on file is tiny and allows easy addition of many combinations of stock without the user needing to struggle with altering train.dat and config.sys files, which causes lots of woe. It's a brilliant system and it's thanks to one of our clever Japanese friends for giving me the idea. The only confusion is from the fact of too many things to choose from on the site, I should have provided less choice!!! Very Happy Very Happy




@Derryck The font is, as you probably realise, our "funny Irish writing". Normally I prefer clarity to style, but in this case the importance of asserting national identity is paramount.

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Post by viccylinefan on Sun Nov 06, 2011 4:06 pm

graymac wrote:@viccy You will have to get used to it. Instructions for the perplexed are provided in the publications sector. The modular system is more efficient, it saves your disk space and my bandwidth by using common files for the bulk of the loco hauled trains.
It's really incredibly simple. You are downloading two kinds of folder. One kind is a Train folder (IE29000, IE201, Mk3_new to give examples) These are simply put in your BVE train folder and that's all there is to installing them. The "add-ons", which you identify as different because of the green icon by the download button, are folders which you add to the folder of the train for which you want to add the new stock. So, for example, if you wanted the container train add-on for the 201 loco you would download that add-on and put it in the 201 train folder.
This way there are NO loose config files to sort out and install, NO duplication of loco downloads, or copying loco folders on your hard disk The add-on file is tiny and allows easy addition of many combinations of stock without the user needing to struggle with altering train.dat and config.sys files, which causes lots of woe. It's a brilliant system and it's thanks to one of our clever Japanese friends for giving me the idea. The only confusion is from the fact of too many things to choose from on the site, I should have provided less choice!!! Very Happy Very Happy

Thanks for that, got the new system now!

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Post by graymac on Sun Nov 06, 2011 4:09 pm

And you will REALLY appreciate the advantages of it because there will be MORE varieties of train consists when the Killavalley Branch comes out later next month!! Very Happy

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Post by viccylinefan on Sun Nov 06, 2011 5:15 pm

graymac wrote:And you will REALLY appreciate the advantages of it because there will be MORE varieties of train consists when the Killavalley Branch comes out later next month!! Very Happy

I can taste them already!!! Why did you have to put the Killavalley Branch so late in the year, whereas i see that you've finished it already as it says on ya site?

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Post by mrknowitall on Sun Nov 06, 2011 5:49 pm

bandwith mate! fat girls dont fit small jeans and all that Wink

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Post by Misfit on Sun Nov 06, 2011 6:00 pm

graymac wrote:@misfit All signals needed for use with Ballyfeckin are included in the Ballyfeckin object folder which you download. It has been established elsewhere on this site that the BRSigs appear to be legally available, as distinct from the NWM copyright material.
Even if this were not the case it is not beyond possibility to use the Japanese system or for other alternatives to be deployed.

Thanks for the reply graymac. Perhaps I'm not just a misfit but also a thicky.

When loading Ballyfeckin I get the following errors,
SignalFileWithoutExtension C:\Users\xx\Documents\BVE\OpenBVE Content\Railway\Object\brsigs_open\2aspect_gr.animated not found in Signal at line 653, column 1 in file C:\Users\xx\Documents\BVE\OpenBVE Content\Railway\Route\BallyfeckinV2\structure.txt

This follows through from line 653 to 665 in the structure text.

As can be seen it is referring to folder object\brsigs_open and not object\BWR\brsig_open


Me no understand. HELP!!!!!!

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Post by graymac on Sun Nov 06, 2011 9:54 pm

From the error message those objects referred to are definitely BRSigs_open objects. which you need to have placed in your object folder.
I will PM you with a link to obtain them.

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Post by joeyfjj on Wed Nov 09, 2011 6:57 am

graymac wrote:From the error message those objects referred to are definitely BRSigs_open objects. which you need to have placed in your object folder.
I will PM you with a link to obtain them.

BRSigs_open: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/15250751/TSC_copy/brsigs_openbve.zip

And just to solve problems before they are created, these files are in the public domain, as verified here.

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