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    Someone should make a list of all things, which community called for and which are either ignored for years by N3V or broken silently by N3V in newer versions. I suppose it to be long list.... Such things like multiple light sources missing, broken alphas (those stupid alpha to coverage), cab0 only support, 8 levels engine sounds max, night lightning, bumping crossings, unsupported multiple part locos, steam locos fireplace and firemen, multiple traincars units problems, stupidities with annoying payware (non-editable) items, missing splines or textures on routes with older builds (which originally effective but not in the kuidlist of the config), several config tags which being just ignored in newer versions, modern higher resolutions stopped to be supported, missing identification of orange cubes which represents missing assets in the route, etc. etc...

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    would not give up these resources below 3.5 because, for example, I will give <kuid: 202789: 2220> ED250-001a, <kuid: 202789: 2240> ETR610 which have version 2.9 and also do not work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGG View Post
    Someone should make a list of all things, which community called for and which are either ignored for years by N3V or broken silently by N3V in newer versions. I suppose it to be long list.... Such things like multiple light sources missing, broken alphas (those stupid alpha to coverage), cab0 only support, 8 levels engine sounds max, night lightning, bumping crossings, unsupported multiple part locos, steam locos fireplace and firemen, multiple traincars units problems, stupidities with annoying payware (non-editable) items, missing splines or textures on routes with older builds (which originally effective but not in the kuidlist of the config), several config tags which being just ignored in newer versions, modern higher resolutions stopped to be supported, missing identification of orange cubes which represents missing assets in the route, etc. etc...
    I wrote such a letter a few years ago and to no avail. thanks to the arrogance of N3V and their developers, they make the game a waste that can't be played after SP2, as the in-game Editor is constantly loading and slowing down!
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    I have TRS19 PE SP2 installed and have absolutely no problems - not even a single missing or unknown asset. CM is not slower or causing any problems. My current project has over 300km of track with 35 EITs (but I have not bothered counting all the baseboards) - it works perfectly with the only problems of my own making (e.g. a missed junction lever, a tree out of place).

    I now regard TRS19 PE SP2 to be the best ever version of Trainz (at least until the next best ever version comes along).
    Last edited by pware; December 23rd, 2020 at 05:03 PM. Reason: Typo
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    Hi,

    Same here. No problems. Working great. Lokking forward fro TRS21

    Regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by buci View Post
    Hi,

    Same here. No problems. Working great. Lokking forward fro TRS21

    Regards
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    Same here as well, Darko.

    The first and foremost is a clean database. I always keep my data up-to-date and error free so that if there are any errors, I know then that they are related to the update. In this case, there were only a few which I was able to resolve quickly with some updated packages.

    The other important thing is backing stuff up before doing the upgrade, and I think it was actually it was the backup I did that kept things working. You know a backup ensures that things won't go wrong because it confuses Murphy!
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    I have found no problems either, and as JC mentioned, cleaning the database works and clears all errors.

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    No problems here, though I don’t have much.
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    Trs19 sp2 works well for me. Best it’s been over the past five years. Can confirm that keeping a clean, error free, up to date database has helped immensely. Once a week house keeping of sorts. I download interesting assets on a daily bases, but also delete as much accumulated deadwood. Trimming back to only the essential routes and asset/dependency collection helps a lot. Faster EDB repair, less to maintain, and mostly error free updates in my experience.

    casey

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    This thread has gone way off topic and doesn't help Samplaire or Kilanziom at all.

    You need to start a new SP2 appreciation thread

    have a good Christmas
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    I think the problem was already solved, Graham. I do plan to download and test more of samplaires assets. Perhaps some extra feedback might be helpful for them.

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    1. The problem has not been solved, yet though it is on a good track to be solved.

    2. This particular issue has nothing to the state of the database

    3. None of my assets was affected (well, literally one reskin was), my reaction was to express an objection to the fact our east European community was left alone.

    Most of the American or Australian trainzers could see 0 assets of their interest asffected so nothing strange they see no problem.

    We will let you know when a group of assets is corrected and uploaded to DLS.


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    To all whom it may concern: the first batch of locomotives re-fitted with the script corrections has been released on the DLS for testing. For now 3 versions of the script have been implemented.

    The following models were re-released with the above mentioned correction:

    <kuid2:173943:100515:3> TSS 753 783-0
    <kuid2:173943:100483:2> CSD E669.2131 LD.Ostrava
    <kuid2:547220:5281:2> Euronaft 181 106-6
    <kuid2:449411:10001087:1> ZSR 182 037-2
    <kuid2:449411:100010144:1> CD 181 088-6
    <kuid2:449411:10001088:1> CD 182 040-6
    <kuid2:449411:10001089:1> CD 182 143-8
    <kuid2:449411:10001086:1> E669.1097 LD.Ostrava
    <kuid2:534300:37638280:1> AWT 753 713-7
    <kuid2:534300:8271101:2> CD 750 703-1


    Operating the headlights is a bit more complicated then before - to fully turn the headlights off after activating them with a command, one needs to use the lights button in the GUI, not only the details window of the locomotive. All fixed locomotives received a note about their correct work in TS19 in the description line - this should help users to distinguish them when used.

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    Thanks for the list, much appreciated.

    Cheers and stay safe!
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