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    Default Gorre & Daphetid bridges

    I went to use the G&D route and all Ben Dorsey's bridges are now faulty. I tried to delete and reinstall them, but they still reinstall faulty. I can't even figure out why when clicking on faults and errors in CM. Any thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick1958 View Post
    I went to use the G&D route and all Ben Dorsey's bridges are now faulty. I tried to delete and reinstall them, but they still reinstall faulty. I can't even figure out why when clicking on faults and errors in CM. Any thoughts?
    What are the errors?

    You can highlight one of them. Press CTRL+C (Control and C at the same time) to copy and press CTRL+V to paste the error message here in the forums. It could be something as simple as fixing a texture, or perhaps replacing a missing track.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCitron View Post
    What are the errors?

    You can highlight one of them. Press CTRL+C (Control and C at the same time) to copy and press CTRL+V to paste the error message here in the forums. It could be something as simple as fixing a texture, or perhaps replacing a missing track.
    ; <kuid2:210518:11458:1> : Validating <kuid2:210518:11458:1>
    ! <kuid2:210518:11458:1> : VE48: This asset uses an obsolete trainz-build number. Trainz-build numbers below 3.5 are no longer supported.
    ! <kuid2:210518:11458:1> : VE107: The high-detail meshes total more than 10000 polygons. This may have a negative impact on performance: 0: 73944
    ! <kuid2:210518:11458:1> : VE109: The low-detail meshes total more than 500 polygons. This may have a negative impact on performance: 0: 73944
    ; <NULL> : Performing asset precache
    ; <kuid2:210518:11458:1> : Loading asset <kuid2:210518:11458:1>
    ; <kuid:35412:38051> : Loading asset <kuid:35412:38051>
    - <kuid2:35412:38051:1> : VE221: <kuid2:35412:38051:1> is faulty and will not be loaded.
    - <kuid2:210518:11458:1> : VE207: Attached track asset <kuid:35412:38051> failed to load.
    - <kuid2:210518:11458:1> : VE199: Asset <kuid2:210518:11458:1> failed to load. Unloading resources.
    ; <kuid2:210518:11458:1> : TADGetSpecFromAsset> unlinked asset
    Thanks John...Here's what's coming up. Odd becuase I use the route often. Also odd becuase I resinstalled the bridges with the same result

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    Yes,
    <kuid2:35412:38051:1> : VE221: <kuid2:35412:38051:1> is faulty and will not be loaded.
    - <kuid2:210518:11458:1> : VE207: Attached track asset <kuid:35412:38051> failed to load.

    First, make sure you have the track asset <kuid2:35412:38051:1>. If it is faulty, do the same thing and paste those errors here. The other issue may be that it is expecting the original un-updated <kuid:35412:38051>, and the new does not have the old in an obsolete table.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Forester1 View Post
    Yes,
    <kuid2:35412:38051:1> : VE221: <kuid2:35412:38051:1> is faulty and will not be loaded.
    - <kuid2:210518:11458:1> : VE207: Attached track asset <kuid:35412:38051> failed to load.

    First, make sure you have the track asset <kuid2:35412:38051:1>. If it is faulty, do the same thing and paste those errors here. The other issue may be that it is expecting the original un-updated <kuid:35412:38051>, and the new does not have the old in an obsolete table.


    The obsolete track is installed, not faulty
    The new track just has the typical warnings...
    ! <kuid2:210518:11448:2> : VE107: The high-detail meshes total more than 10000 polygons. This may have a negative impact on performance: 0: 38676
    ! <kuid2:210518:11448:2> : VE109: The low-detail meshes total more than 500 polygons. This may have a negative impact on performance: 0: 38676

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    OK!...This is just weird. The bridges are back! They were showing as errors all day until I had time to post on here. Now I just went back in and they are back. Very strange.

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    The system may have been forced to look at the new version and decided it was not faulty. My guess anyway. Computers aren't smart, they just think they are....
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    This may be a bit off topic.

    Some years ago, before I discovered Trainz and the world of virtual model railroading, I had an interest in John Allen’s Gore & Daphetid. I ended up acquiring and then obtaining permission to post the only collection of the Gore & Dapetid photos that were not owned by Kalmbach Media, the publishers of Model Railroader Magazine. I chose not to publish those that were taken after the fire. Many of the other photos I incorporated into a website on John Allen’s Gore & Daphetid. Unfortunately, the movies were in .mov format and the Internet no longer displays them.


    If you are interested you can view the website here: http://doug56.net/GD/

    I am somewhat surprised by the continued level of interest in the site as indicated by the visits. But then again, John Allen’s Gore & Daphetid is a classic, and certainly one of the best model railroads ever created.

    Cayden


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    Wow! That is impressive!
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    FWIW I've had a few times now where the only way to get CM to screw its gard back on right was to open the faulty/by faulty assets for edit and then revert them to original.

    THEN it finally gets a clue and realizes the asset it said was faulty but also said had no faults was in fact fine. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forester1 View Post
    Computers aren't smart, they just think they are....
    That's a fine one. it reminds me Why DOS never says excellent command or filename ?

    and also If a trainstation is where the train stops, what's a workstation ?

    Have a good day

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