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    Default Fade in/out rule

    Does Fade in/out work correctly or am I just screwing up as usual? I place a trigger
    then under that the order rule and under that a fade out, under that a camera rule and under that
    a fade in rule. I set the time at 15 seconds which seems to work because after that time the scene
    I want appears but there is no fade away, just a wait for 15 seconds and jump to the new scene.
    What am I doing wrong?
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    Try this:

    Trigger rule
    >Fade out
    >Wait 15
    >>Fade in
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    Thanks but still no fade. Just waits for 15secs then jumps to the asset I chose.
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    What are the settings you use?

    If I remember correctly, one of them is opacity. If you put in the wrong number for that, nothing happens.
    Not sure what the range is, so if you have put in a very low number, try 100 and if you tried a high number try 1 instead.

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    From the Trainz Wiki Session Rules page.


    Red percentage: <value> - enter the final % of red (0 = none, 100 = maximum)
    Green percentage: <value> - enter the final % of green
    Blue percentage: <value> - enter the final % of blue
    Alpha percentage (opacity): <value> - enter the final % of opacity (0 = invisible, 100 = solid)
    Fading duration: <value> - enter the number of seconds required for the fade. Seconds are Trainz clock time, not real time.
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    Thanks guys. I've tried everything but can't get the fade, just the wait then jump.
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    It works in Tranz SP4.
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    After some extensive testing I can confirm that it does not work in TRS19 SP1 beta 104480.

    Bug report submitted.
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    Thanks Lewisco and pware. I suspected something was wrong when I noted that items in the string table did not appear in the rule. I'm going to test in TANE now.
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    Thanks again guys. The rule does indeed work in TANE but not TRS 19. On second thought maybe the string table has nothing to do with the problem.
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    I just received a reply from the N3V QA team. They have been able to reproduce this problem (always a good sign) and have raised a "bug task" for it to be fixed.
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    Great!!! Hope they get it fixed.
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