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    Hello

    I need these 4 missing assets:

    Unknown Location: kuid:52779:53000
    Unknown Location: kuid:52779:55020
    Unknown Location: kuid:58843:10085
    Unknown Location: kuid:45681:19001

    Regards

    Ahsan
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    Is this for one of the locos on ProTrainz.com? If so, according to the fine print, gumby's 53000 isn't needed, TARL lists 55020 as AC44 CP interior, so one of those locos must have it. Magicland and realsqaush, sorry, can't help.
    Norm

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    Hello

    Amtrak Genesis #135 by gumbytrain requires kuid:52779:55020.

    Genesis NH #228 by gumbytrain requires kuid:52779:55020.

    It says in this thread: kuid:52779:55020 is not needed, shall I remove from config file?,http://forums.auran.com/trainz/showt...ght=gumbytrain

    Amtrak F40PH by Magicland requires kuid:58843:10085.

    LHRR_Trolly by jjslll54 requires kuid:45681:19001.

    Anyone else who has info on these missing assets?

    Regards

    Ahsan
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    Last edited by AHSAN; December 23rd, 2007 at 09:09 AM.
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    The only info I could find is this:

    kuid:52779:55020
    Asset Name: AC44_CP_int KUID: kuid:52779:55020 Kind:
    Author: gumbytrain Status: Good License Type: Payware Location: http://protrainz.com/download.htm Dependencies: 0 Fixits: 0 Config Files: 0

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    Quote Originally Posted by CasyJ View Post
    The only info I could find is this:

    kuid:52779:55020
    Asset Name: AC44_CP_int KUID: kuid:52779:55020 Kind:
    Author: gumbytrain Status: Good License Type: Payware Location: http://protrainz.com/download.htm Dependencies: 0 Fixits: 0 Config Files: 0
    Hello

    Thanks, can you give me a direct link on the webpage on protrainz where the kuid is listed?, so can make a purchase.

    Regarding Amtrak F40PH by Magicland which requires kuid:58843:10085, I've e-mailed Magicland about this missing asset and this missing asset was used in the Virtua project by Toronto Trainz ages ago, for some reason when I purchased virtua this kuid was not included in the package.

    LHRR_Trolly by jjslll54 requires kuid:45681:19001, anyone know about this one?

    Regards

    Ahsan
    North American Trainz Team
    Mem 2001, DLS Contributor, Trainz, UTC, TRS 2004, TRS 2006, Trainz Classics 1,2 & 3, TRS 2009 WBE, TRS 2010 EE, TRS 2012, TANE

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    Hello

    update

    I found kuid:52779:55020 asset name AC4400cw Canadian Pacific on the homepage of Protrainz.

    Still looking for kuid:45681:19001 and kuid:58843:10085.

    Regards

    Ahsan
    North American Trainz Team
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    Quote Originally Posted by AHSAN View Post
    Hello

    update

    I found kuid:52779:55020 asset name AC4400cw Canadian Pacific on the homepage of Protrainz.

    Still looking for kuid:45681:19001 and kuid:58843:10085.

    Regards

    Ahsan
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    kuid:58843 is Protrainz Jeff Barr's base KUID. You might find this on his site, either in the Download section or inquire on his Forums.
    I couldn't find any info on Base kuid:45681 except one Romanian site, but it was not kuid:45681:19001.

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    Ahsan, KUID 45681 is realsquash, so I can only presume you are looking for some bogeys of some description. Try some of the well known 3rd Party sites he contributes to.
    The Amtrak F40PH I operate doesn't have that KUID number with it, the trucks I use are KUID 58843:50032 on the DLS.
    If it isn't a bogey do you know what your missing asset is and can you exchange it for something similar ???

    Cheerz. ex-railwayman.

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    45681:19001 has been replaced by 45681:50001. This is realsquashes bogey.

    Jack
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    You may find the Trainz Asset Repair Library useful for locating KUID's.
    http://tarl.trainz.ws/

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjslll54 View Post
    45681:19001 has been replaced by 45681:50001. This is realsquashes bogey.

    Jack
    Hello Jack

    thank you.

    Now 1 missing asset left kuid:58843:10085 for Magiclands Amtrak F40PH, I don't know yet if it is trucks or bogey that is the missing of the Amtrak F40PH, heres the config file below:

    PHP Code:
    origin       "USA"
    kuid       <kuid2:58843:72:1>
    class       
    "Controls"
    script       "controls"
    mass       104326
    company       
    "Amtrak"
    category-class      "AL"
    category-region-0     "US"
    category-era-0      "1970s"
    category-era-1      "1980s"
    category-era-2      "1990s"
    interior      <kuid:-3:10085>
    ;
    interior      <kuid:58843:10085>
    bogey       <kuid:58843:50032>
    enginesound      <kuid:58843:53011>
    hornsound      <kuid:58843:53008>
    enginespec      <kuid:-1:42004202>
    nightmode      "lamp"
    mesh-table {
     default {
      
    mesh     "Amtrak_F40PH_body/Amtrak_F40PH_body.im"
      
    auto-create    1
      effects 
    {
       
    {
        
    kind   "corona"
        
    att   "a.corona0"
        
    texture-kuid  <kuid:-3:10112>
        
    object-size  0.1
       
    }
       
    {
        
    kind   "corona"
        
    att   "a.corona1"
        
    texture-kuid  <kuid:-3:10112>
        
    object-size  0.1
       
    }
       
    {
        
    kind   "corona"
        
    att   "a.corona2"
        
    texture-kuid  <kuid:-3:10112>
        
    object-size  0.1
       
    }
       
    {
        
    kind   "corona"
        
    att   "a.corona3"
        
    texture-kuid  <kuid:-3:10112>
        
    object-size  0.1
       
    }
       
    {
        
    kind   "corona"
        
    att   "a.corona4"
        
    texture-kuid  <kuid:-3:10111>
        
    object-size  0.1
       
    }
       
    {
        
    kind   "corona"
        
    att   "a.corona5"
        
    texture-kuid  <kuid:-3:10111>
        
    object-size  0.1
       
    }
       
    {
        
    kind   "corona"
        
    att   "a.corona6"
        
    texture-kuid  <kuid:-3:10111>
        
    object-size  0.1
       
    }
       
    {
        
    kind   "corona"
        
    att   "a.corona7"
        
    texture-kuid  <kuid:-3:10111>
        
    object-size  0.1
       
    }
       
    {
        
    kind   "corona"
        
    att   "a.corona8"
        
    texture-kuid  <kuid:-3:10111>
        
    object-size  0.2
       
    }
       
    {
        
    kind   "corona"
        
    att   "a.corona9"
        
    texture-kuid  <kuid:-3:10111>
        
    object-size  0.2
       
    }
      }
     }
     
    fan0 {
      
    mesh     "Amtrak_F40PH_body/fandb.im"
      
    anim     "Amtrak_F40PH_body/animdb.kin"
      
    auto-create    1
      att     
    "a.fan0"
      
    att-parent    "default"
      
    animation-loop-speed   8
     
    }
     
    fan1 {
      
    mesh     "Amtrak_F40PH_body/fan.im"
      
    anim     "Amtrak_F40PH_body/anim.kin"
      
    auto-create    1
      att     
    "a.fan1"
      
    att-parent    "default"
      
    animation-loop-speed   8
     
    }
     
    fan2 {
      
    mesh     "Amtrak_F40PH_body/fan.im"
      
    anim     "Amtrak_F40PH_body/anim.kin"
      
    auto-create    1
      att     
    "a.fan2"
      
    att-parent    "default"
      
    animation-loop-speed   8
     
    }
     
    fan3 {
      
    mesh     "Amtrak_F40PH_body/fan.im"
      
    anim     "Amtrak_F40PH_body/anim.kin"
      
    auto-create    1
      att     
    "a.fan3"
      
    att-parent    "default"
      
    animation-loop-speed   8
     
    }
     default-
    night {
      
    mesh     "Amtrak_F40PH_body/night.im"
      
    night-mesh-base    "default"
     
    }
     
    shadow {
      
    mesh     "Amtrak_F40PH_shadow/Amtrak_F40PH_shadow.im"
     
    }
    }
    engine       1
    cabinsway      5
    fonts       3
    smoke_shade      0.18
    smoke_random      2.5
    smoke_slowlife      6
    smoke_fastlife      0.8
    smoke_height      1.7
    smoke_fastspeed      3.2
    trainz
    -build      2
    description      
    "Simple, utilitarian almost, the F40PH was to Amtrak's roster what the Jeep was to the Army's arsenal. This beast of burden bore the railroad's customers for nearly three decades, seeing Amtrak through from the post-steam heating era into the age of Acela. Everything from hand-me-down 10&6 sleepers and dome cars to brand new Amfleet coaches and Superliners clasped iron fists with the boxy brutes from La Grange - Doug Riddell
    First Purchased in 1976, these units have now been pretty much phased out of operations on Amtrak, though some live on without their engines as control-cab baggage units, or 'Cabbages'. They're still in use by many commuter lines. The F40PH was unique in that its engine had 3 modes of operation. The first mode was what most consider a 'normal' operating mode, as the engine's output and RPM's were tied together. The second mode ran the engine at full RPM's to produce a steady 60hz of head-end power for its coaches. It was this mode which was used the majority of the time. The third mode ran the engine at a slower speed to provide HEP for exteneded station stops, but couldn't be used for motive power.
    Mesh originally made by LRV3400 with extensive modifications and detailing, as well as all skins by ProTrainz"
    asset-filename      "Amtrak_F40PH"
    username      "Amtrak F40PH"
    thumbnail      
    author       
    "Jeff Barr"
    organisation      "ProTrainz"
    contact-email      "j@protrainz.com"
    contact-website      "www.protrainz.com"
    license       "This content is distributed as-is. There is no warranty of suitability, implied or otherwise. Use this content at your own risk. While it will probably not damage your system, cause global warming, or harm any animals, installation and usage of this content implies that you have read this and assume any and all risks caused by its installation and/or usage.
    This content is fully owned and copyrighted by ProTrainz. If it was distributed as freeware via Auran's download station, it is freely useable provided it is not altered in any way except for reskinning. If it has been reskinned, it may only be distributed via Auran's download station, and credit must be given to ProTrainz.  If the content is a freeware 'preview' of a forthcoming payware product, it may not be reskinned except for your own personal use and may not be re-distributed. Other sites may link to the freeware object on Auran's download station, but may not post the objects directly for download anywhere else.
    If this object was purchased from ProTrainz, it is not re-distributable at all, nor may it be reskinned, except for personal use. Any violations of this license will be fully prosecuted to the extent allowable by law.
    This content may not be distributed on any compellation disk or with any other product without ProTrainz express prior approval."
    kind       "traincar"
    kuid-table {
     
    0      <kuid:58843:50032>
     
    1      <kuid:58843:53011>
     
    3      <kuid:58843:53008>
     
    corona_red     <kuid:-3:10112>
     
    corona_white     <kuid:-3:10111>
     
    4      <kuid:-3:10085>
     
    5      <kuid:58843:10085>
     
    6      <kuid:-1:42004202
    Regards

    Ahsan
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    There's your answer
    interior <kuid:-3:10085>
    ;interior <kuid:58843:10085>

    He's commented out his own interior and used Auran's built-in but didn't change the kuid table, line 5
    5 <kuid:58843:10085>

    Just delete that line from the table, as it's not used.
    Norm

    I've just got to add here why in my opinion '06 is so much easier. CMP doesn't need a kuid table so therefore would not have reported a missing dependency were it not for that entry.
    Last edited by nwhitney; December 24th, 2007 at 03:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nwhitney View Post
    There's your answer
    interior <kuid:-3:10085>
    ;interior <kuid:58843:10085>

    He's commented out his own interior and used Auran's built-in but didn't change the kuid table, line 5
    5 <kuid:58843:10085>

    Just delete that line from the table, as it's not used.
    Norm
    Hello

    Ok will try that

    Regards

    Ahsan
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    theres a thing for errors
    Last edited by jaden_lenihan; September 9th, 2016 at 12:30 PM.

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    i need kuid:58843:10072
    kuid:58843:10085

    please someone help me

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