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About RHKluckhohn
Location:
Seattle, WA, United States of America
Interests:
Railroading, photography, genealogy
Occupation:
Police dispatcher (Retired)

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Running in T:ANE

by RHKluckhohn on November 30th, 2017 at 05:17 AM
A couple of you have mentioned running FDL in T:ANE successfully. Today I finally got around to downloading FDL12:11 from the DLC to have the experience and see what the route looks like in Build 90945. Downloaded a Hi-Railer for something new to inspect the route with.

Overall I'm very pleased. I think it looks better than in 12. The ghost trees are not so prominently ghostly although still not really satisfactory. T:ANE runs very smoothly, without the occasional pauses as the graphics

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Speed Tree Groups Disappear

by RHKluckhohn on November 10th, 2017 at 07:36 PM
Quote Originally Posted by clam1952 View Post
That's because speedtree groups are hidden in surveyor to avoid being used, apparently bad for performance and were only used to replace old style groups, if you want to use them, not recommended but change the permit_listing entry in the privileges Container in the config from 0 to 1.
Code:
privileges
{
  permit-listing                        0
}
To
Code:
privileges
{
  permit-listing                        1
}

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FDL12 :12 WIP

by RHKluckhohn on September 24th, 2017 at 11:03 PM
Earlier I mentioned being at the point where each fix broke something else. Been going back and cleaning some of those up, notably:
  • Diverging home signals at West Jones, East Knowles and East Brownsville now indicate correctly (installed invisible signals where needed);
  • Removed extraneous bits of left-over pavement from SR67 project;
  • Found and corrected an anomaly at the new S Hickory St atilacrossing; for some reason the invisible train was derailing repeatedly, generating eight messages

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