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Print a Timetable

Post by CaptED on Wed Aug 29, 2012 3:58 pm



Hi Gang...

As I operate a Train in a Area that I am not familiar with (which is everywhere) I need a Copy of the Timetable...

So how do I do Print it... Now admittly I have to turn it off when in the cab account there are other messages on screen
under it ...

Now I do know that depending on what your operating (Train) there are Express Trains and Local Trains...
determines the amount of station stops...

Ed
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Re: Print a Timetable

Post by graymac on Wed Aug 29, 2012 4:24 pm

If you key Ctrl+T in the game it will show the timetable. You could try a screen grab of that (Alt+PrtScr) and copy/edit in your photo program.
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Re: Print a Timetable

Post by CaptED on Wed Aug 29, 2012 7:12 pm


Thanks Gray...
That worked like a charm... and such a simple
way to do it....

I did attach a copy of the timetable.
It is from BWR-2012... Bally to Mill Street 10C

Ed

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Re: Print a Timetable

Post by Egg on Thu Aug 30, 2012 2:05 pm

Makes me think it would be nice if route developers included a timetable, in pdf format, with their route. Room for some artistic work: could be on company headed paper, or a crumpled, tea-stained photocopy of a handbook, or pencil notes on lined note-paper or the back of a fag-packet.
Something worth printing out.

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Re: Print a Timetable

Post by graymac on Thu Aug 30, 2012 5:39 pm

Don't forget, another possible way to ride a new or unknown route is to let the AI driver take you down it first, and you can note the stopping points and times from the second-man's seat.
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Re: Print a Timetable

Post by CaptED on Fri Aug 31, 2012 8:27 pm

Thanks Gray...
Riding with the AI is a GREAT idea... and that way I can even Turn to see the Station Names as it stops...

Is there any tricks to tell what the distance is between stations..??

I do like the informational things that flash in the upper Right... Which is the reason for having to leave the Timetable off...

Now I need to figure out how to screen grab in full Screen mode...
then I can crop / copy the timetable ...

This is getting to be FUN....

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