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Wheelslip light...

Post by pedned on Sun Dec 11, 2011 1:38 pm

Ok, so as anyone who played BVE4 will know, we used to be able to have working wheel slip lights on the panel...
I know how to code this etc. But was wondering, is there any way of making this work accuratly, as it did with BVE4, in OpenBVE...
So if anyone knows if I can or can't get this working properly, then please let me know! Smile

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Post by lonelyinardwick on Wed Dec 14, 2011 10:56 am

Both Pendo Drags and Deltics.. their wheelslip light works just fine on oB. Smile

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Post by 92220 on Wed Dec 14, 2011 1:18 pm

Pedned, it's easy to tell when the wheels are slipping on a class 31. Up in the sky will be a bright blue moon, with pigs flying around it.

H.T.H lol!
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Post by joeyfjj on Wed Dec 14, 2011 2:19 pm

92220 wrote:pigs flying around it.
Not the swine flu/flew again... Laughing

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Re: Wheelslip light...

Post by pedned on Wed Dec 14, 2011 4:09 pm

joeyfjj wrote:
92220 wrote:pigs flying around it.
Not the swine flu/flew again... Laughing
No it was yet another cheap shot, about 31's "not being able to pull the skin off a rice pudding" or being as slow as a "pedestrian." Or if we were doing a 31/4 it would be the "its not powerful enough to provide heat and move the train..."

Well OK 92220, you don't like 31s. But some of us do, so how about you just leave us be, to get on with our thing, and you get on with yours!

Thanks.... Suspect

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Post by 92220 on Wed Dec 14, 2011 4:19 pm

LOL It was me who saved my paper-round money to get my Triang Hornby A!A A1A Type 2 Brush Diesel locomotive (With Magnadesion) as they were called then. I thought it looked great. I haven't spoken to my brother since the day he told me they are "underpowered". Laughing
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Post by pedned on Wed Dec 14, 2011 4:40 pm

92220 wrote:LOL It was me who saved my paper-round money to get my Triang Hornby A!A A1A Type 2 Brush Diesel locomotive (With Magnadesion) as they were called then. I thought it looked great. I haven't spoken to my brother since the day he told me they are "underpowered". Laughing
Ahh OK! I'm just sick of these 'tractor clowns' and the others who can't accept that people like 31s, and all they can do is slag them off! Sad

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Post by graymac on Wed Dec 14, 2011 5:49 pm

I had a Lima 00 model of a 31. Looked terrific with a rake of Mk1s.
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Post by Misfit on Wed Dec 14, 2011 8:02 pm

Rock and roll, well at least that is what my overscale Lima model did till the motor burnt out. Nice locos the class 31's they at least enabled you to admire the countryside when travelling behind one.
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Post by buckysam on Thu May 31, 2012 3:53 am

I have a 37-416 Railtour and there is a wheelslip light on the pannel, but I can't remeber now if it has actually worked. But it does have a working engine falt light, you know, whenever you apply too much power too quickly and the engine stops applying power and you have to put the throttle in neutral and then bring it back up. I hope I made myself clear to everyone who wasn't sure what I ment.

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Re: Wheelslip light...

Post by joeyfjj on Thu May 31, 2012 6:14 am

...Might be nice if you didn't dig up up old threads, the last post before you was from Thu Dec 15, 2011 4:02 am

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