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ICP on Derby, Saltley and latest South Humberside 31/07/2011 at 00:18 #18742
UKTrainMan
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I think this is in the right/an appropriate area of the forum

On Derby (2.202.0.0), Saltley (2.224.0.0) and the latest South Humberside (2.224.0.0), if using the Incident Control Panel to make a train pass next signal irrespective of aspect when you've selected a train and clicked on that button you get the options window pop-up, there are no 'OK' and 'Cancel' buttons - they appear to be missing. Whilst they are missing, I have found you can still use it by pressing enter once you've set/selected the options, but the buttons themselves are still missing.

Thinking about it, I'm wondering if this actually a core code bug and not a simulation-specific bug? Either way, thought it best to report this so it can be looked into.

Thanks in advance for looking into this and for any responses.

"SimSig aficionado!"
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Re: ICP on Derby, Saltley and latest South Humberside 31/07/2011 at 07:41 #18752
GeoffM
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" said:
On Derby (2.202.0.0), Saltley (2.224.0.0) and the latest South Humberside (2.224.0.0), if using the Incident Control Panel to make a train pass next signal irrespective of aspect when you've selected a train and clicked on that button you get the options window pop-up, there are no 'OK' and 'Cancel' buttons - they appear to be missing.
I recently changed the code of every single window to take account of chunky window borders - and this was one I messed up! Surprised it's taken a week to be spotted but never mind!

" said:
Whilst they are missing, I have found you can still use it by pressing enter once you've set/selected the options, but the buttons themselves are still missing.
And you can use the Escape key for Cancel.

Thanks for the report - now fixed.

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The following users said thank you: UKTrainMan, Trainmad091