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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by 1996 stock stalker on Sun Mar 16, 2014 9:52 am

cheesedude432 wrote:Hello there.
I have tried everything to get this route working but have failed. Please could someone send the route to me? I will PM you my email address
ok PM me your e mail and ill send it

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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by cheesedude432 on Sun Mar 16, 2014 11:15 am

Lol it's too good. 10Fps
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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by sstockfan on Sun Mar 16, 2014 1:38 pm

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sstockfan wrote:Downloading it now but it will at least take me an hour to download all the objects Sad
shouldn't take that long!!!!! i got every thing in about 5 min

More than 100MB object files + Rubbish African Internet = Hours of download times xD

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Post by Ad1992 on Sun Mar 16, 2014 5:21 pm

1996 stock stalker wrote:i have to say you rely have brought London underground bve back to life!!! well done. Personally iv always wanted a full Jub Jub for bve but i cant program for my life so it looks like that wont happen any time soon.

A full Jub Jub? I am sure you can build the Jub Jub if you like.

Bve coding is easier than you think.
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Post by Ad1992 on Sun Mar 16, 2014 5:22 pm

cheesedude432 wrote:Lol it's too good. 10Fps

This will either be due to low RAM, or possibly a bad graphics card. You can also change the viewing distance in Openbve which can help.
I did put this in the manual...
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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by 1996 stock stalker on Sun Mar 16, 2014 6:14 pm

Ad1992 wrote:
1996 stock stalker wrote:i have to say you rely have brought London underground bve back to life!!! well done. Personally iv always wanted a full Jub Jub for bve but i cant program for my life so it looks like that wont happen any time soon.

A full Jub Jub? I am sure you can build the Jub Jub if you like.

Bve coding is easier than you think.
were did you learn ?

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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by 1996 stock stalker on Sun Mar 16, 2014 6:17 pm

Ad1992 wrote:
cheesedude432 wrote:Lol it's too good. 10Fps

This will either be due to low RAM, or possibly a bad graphics card. You can also change the viewing distance in Openbve which can help.
I did put this in the manual...
Oh me and every one else is having the problem of the train being so precise in ATO that it crawls to a snail pace before it stops

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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by jack123 on Sun Mar 16, 2014 7:41 pm

All I can say is brilliant!
You should be very proud of yourself it's absolutely incredible. I have not a single issue with it everything is perfect! The ATO is top class them speed commands are spot on in the exact location as the real thing. The bank area is bloody amazing. Them curves and the noise the train makes are exactly how the train used to sound! I used to love that noise the trains made at bank!  Before TFL put that foul smelling grease down Sad  Liverpool street sidings are Unbelievable! I don't know how you have got that to look so bloody real. Sometimes I forget its a simulator and think I'm watching a DEV of the real thing!
Well done! Thank you so much for this fantastic edition!

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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by Ad1992 on Sun Mar 16, 2014 9:26 pm

Thank you I am glad another old school person appreciates my era re-creation. I am also guessing that judging by the fact you haven't been asking why the train isn't moving, you actually did the impossible and READ THE DRIVING MANUAL! I am relieved some people have actually done that...

Considering my Lis sidings are a temporary design, I am flattered that you think my current build looks that good.

May I ask you Jack what is your average fps?
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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by cheesedude432 on Mon Mar 17, 2014 7:38 am

Hey Ad1992 the train and route are A W E S O M E
It's so detailed, and the ato is very precise. Just asking, does anyone know where I can download an S7 stock?
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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by 1996 stock stalker on Mon Mar 17, 2014 7:41 am

cheesedude432 wrote:Hey Ad1992 the train and route are A W E S O M E
It's so detailed, and the ato is very precise. Just asking, does anyone know where I can download an S7 stock?
You can't... yet. I may be building a S8 stock in the near future

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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by jack123 on Mon Mar 17, 2014 8:09 am

Ad1992 wrote:Thank you I am glad another old school person appreciates my era re-creation. I am also guessing that judging by the fact you haven't been asking why the train isn't moving, you actually did the impossible and READ THE DRIVING MANUAL! I am relieved some people have actually done that...

Considering my Lis sidings are a temporary design, I am flattered that you think my current build looks that good.

May I ask you Jack what is your average fps?
I am truly impressed ad1992! I would actually pay money for this. And sure did Wink  was the first thing I did, also have printed off a copy so I have it to hand if anything goes wrong (sort of a defects Handling guide).
I just think the way the lighting is and the texture of the tunnel in the sidings makes it so real! It is bloody incredible!
And sure! This was a really shocker for me. I have a Fujitsu laptop running windows Vista. It's 1.7ghz and generally on a detailed routes I get very bad FPS. On the Northern line I get about 17 and on something like the NWM I get only about 8! I thought I would have a problem with this but no! I'm getting 56fps for your Central line! Couldn't bloody believe my eyes! Average is high 40s so was really impressed how high FPS I am getting on it!

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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by Ad1992 on Mon Mar 17, 2014 9:34 am

Excellent. What is your RAM specification?
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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by buckysam on Mon Mar 17, 2014 1:03 pm

I so can't wait to try it out!  Very Happy

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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by alexsp32 on Mon Mar 17, 2014 3:24 pm

Excellent job, looks fantastic. The ATO is precise and seems realistic and the whole model is good on the inside and outside.(a pity that we can't drive it anywhere else, though) One problem i've seen so far is that the 1992 stock won't allow me to leave a station if I haven't watched the doors close after opening them.

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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by jack123 on Mon Mar 17, 2014 4:54 pm

Ad1992 wrote:Excellent. What is your RAM specification?
3GB

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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by mk_star on Mon Mar 17, 2014 5:49 pm

Can someone please email me the route for the central line demo, I can't seem to get it to work or even show up for selection in the openbve main menu. It would be much appreciated and also a little help on how to run the train, because it won't go past 15km/h when I try it on other routes. Thanks

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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by Ad1992 on Mon Mar 17, 2014 10:54 pm

Then you have failed to install it properly.

As for the train, the 1992 stock is limited to 14kph when running on an area without any ATP Code.
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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by Ad1992 on Mon Mar 17, 2014 10:57 pm

jack123 wrote:
Ad1992 wrote:Excellent. What is your RAM specification?
3GB

About the same as me then. Interesting that you are getting the right frame rates. I am beginning to think some of this lag is caused by incompatible graphics cards.
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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by cheesedude432 on Tue Mar 18, 2014 7:36 am

Ad1992 wrote:
jack123 wrote:
Ad1992 wrote:Excellent. What is your RAM specification?
3GB

About the same as me then. Interesting that you are getting the right frame rates. I am beginning to think some of this lag is caused by incompatible graphics cards.
Hey there Ad1992. I have Intel HDTV graphics on a Samsung laptop with 6gb ram. I fiddled with settings and now I get 20-25 fps
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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by Ad1992 on Tue Mar 18, 2014 10:05 am

Ah an intel card....
If I remember correctly those are not the best for some games, I have an Nvidia Geforce and believe me it makes all the difference.

When you say fiddled with the settings do you mean the graphics card, or do you mean the openbve options?
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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by mk_star on Tue Mar 18, 2014 10:11 am

Con someone please send me the route files for this demo I don't have the correct ones, that's why I asked earlier. Thank you

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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by Ad1992 on Tue Mar 18, 2014 10:16 am

You could just download them like everyone else.
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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by mk_star on Tue Mar 18, 2014 10:29 am

I have but the correct files arent in the downloads, just many .text files no .csv I'm not stupid you know so if your not going to help don't comment at all @Ad1992.

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Re: Openbve Central Line demo

Post by Ad1992 on Tue Mar 18, 2014 10:32 am

Forgive the sarcasm I am just getting fed up with people doing stupid things.

Strange...
So what exactly is happening? You are clearly downloading something. What are the names of these said txt files?
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