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Thread: TS19 cannot add driver commands in QuickDrive

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    Default TS19 cannot add driver commands in QuickDrive

    In TANE and before, one could add driver commands from driver using Quickdrive. I cannot seem to do that anymore.

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    Driver commands are added to the driver in the screen bottom right. You need to click the bottom little circle where the orange one is to access the driver command window.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitkin View Post
    In TANE and before, one could add driver commands from driver using Quickdrive. I cannot seem to do that anymore.
    You need to provide a little more context for your problem. Does this occur with all sessions or only some (for instance, only with some routes, or only with built-in routes, or something else)? Is the problem that you can't add the commands, or that the commands don't exist to be added? What exactly is the process you are using to add these commands? What do you expect to happen and what actually happens? Is there an error message? If so, what is it?

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    When editing a session in TANE, you open the driver commands rule (may not be exact name), and select which commands are available for the drivers in driver mode. In TANE, quickdrive allowed you to add driver commands to your driver session that were not originally selected when editing the session. If you were in a Saved Game, you could add a driver command you may have forgotten to enable when you edited the session. I don't even see that the quickdrive window can be called up anymore when in driver in TS19. (something like it it comes up under the window tab, but certainly nothing like quickdrive in TANE).

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    Quote Originally Posted by stagecoach View Post
    Driver commands are added to the driver in the screen bottom right. You need to click the bottom little circle where the orange one is to access the driver command window.


    If this is so, I don't seem to be able to do that. Clicking on any of the circles just seems to change the control mode. I am trying to add commands to the driver that were not enabled when the session was edited.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pitkin View Post
    In TANE, quickdrive allowed you to add driver commands to your driver session that were not originally selected when editing the session.
    This functionality has been removed as it served no purpose. Commands available to a driver in Driver mode are selected when the session is edited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SailorDan View Post
    This functionality has been removed as it served no purpose. Commands available to a driver in Driver mode are selected when the session is edited.

    That's what I described. It certainly did serve a purpose, you could add driver commands you didn't know you wanted when you created the session. Oh well, one more of life's little disappointments.

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    I am missing this functionality too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swordfish View Post
    I am missing this functionality too!
    If you didn't report it as a desirable addition during the public beta it's unlikely that it will be reconsidered at this stage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swordfish View Post
    I am missing this functionality too!

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    I seem to have found a workaround, for what it's worth. Install a quickdrive command from TANE (I used the performance tweak one). That one seems to work along with the TS19 quickdrive rule, although I think you could delete the new one.

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    This has been discussed and re-discussed (and CUSSED if you want to know the truth!!) . You can easily add a driver command in TRS2019.


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    Quote Originally Posted by davesnow View Post
    You can easily add a driver command in TRS2019.
    That will add one of the available commands to the current driver commands. OP wants to add a new command to the list of available commands

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    Quote Originally Posted by SailorDan View Post
    That will add one of the available commands to the current driver commands. OP wants to add a new command to the list of available commands



    Well, **** I misunderstood....

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    Quote Originally Posted by davesnow View Post
    Well, **** I misunderstood....


    No problem, you were just trying to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitkin View Post
    That's what I described. It certainly did serve a purpose, you could add driver commands you didn't know you wanted when you created the session. Oh well, one more of life's little disappointments.
    I agree it definitely did serve a purpose.

    Example:

    We have our selected commands we use all the time for our routes, but in the rare instances we need a one off command during an operating session, going out and grabbing that off-needed command on the fly is more than helpful.
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