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Superficial Graphical Glitches in 1980s Mode

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Superficial Graphical Glitches in 1980s Mode 20/11/2016 at 21:03 #88427
Gwasanaethau
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Hiya,

First of all, thank you for both an amazing sim and an excellent timetable! They both kept me both entertained and frustrated in equal measures! I had a blast!

Whilst playing through them, though, I encountered some superficial glitches/bugs that I haven’t seen being reported on the forum or wiki, so I thought I would report them myself. None affect gameplay, though I am aware that a new release is being constructed, so I figured I’d get them in before it is completed!

There appear to be sections of track circuitry that light up/blank out at odd times. There are two near Cambuslang and one at Cove. I have attached images for your attention…
[attachment=6264]Cambuslang Glitch 1.png[/attachment]

[attachment=6265]Cambuslang Glitch 2.png[/attachment]

[attachment=6266]Cove Glitch.png[/attachment]

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Superficial Graphical Glitches in 1980s Mode 20/11/2016 at 21:09 #88429
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…[can only attach three items at a time!]. There is also an issue where clicking on signal M355 (at the exit from Ravenscraig No. 3 – blue circle in attached image) causes a section of track to spawn and start flashing in the Ravenscraig No. 3 name label (orange circle).

Finally, the crossover at Cleland Ground Frame ‘floods’ as trains pass over it. I assume this is normal, but as the wiki doesn’t mention it I thought I’d ask about it.

All in all, a fantastic sim! Sorry about the double-post, but this is a limitation of the forum.

Gwasanaethau (Mark)
[attachment=6267]Ravencraig No3 Glitch.png[/attachment]

EDIT: forgot to say this is sim version 4.2b3 and loader version 4.5.12.

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Last edited: 20/11/2016 at 21:13 by Gwasanaethau
Reason: Also, it’s signal 3*5*5 not 335!

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Superficial Graphical Glitches in 1980s Mode 20/11/2016 at 23:05 #88432
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All resolved.
Thanks

Peter

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Superficial Graphical Glitches in 1980s Mode 21/11/2016 at 00:03 #88433
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I mean .... if you run the game in 1980s mode .... what do you expect??


Last edited: 21/11/2016 at 00:03 by belly buster
Reason: :)

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Superficial Graphical Glitches in 1980s Mode 21/11/2016 at 00:36 #88434
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belly buster in post 88433 said:
I mean .... if you run the game in 1980s mode .... what do you expect??

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A bit more fun than the modern day with its fixed unit consists, no loco changes, nothing except for multi-modal or heavy-haul freight and no mail or parcels train shunts and van swaps!

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Superficial Graphical Glitches in 1980s Mode 21/11/2016 at 00:51 #88435
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belly buster in post 88433 said:
I mean .... if you run the game in 1980s mode .... what do you expect??

:)
I was born in 1985 – is this reason why my knees glitch out and stop working every now and then? :lol:

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Superficial Graphical Glitches in 1980s Mode 21/11/2016 at 10:20 #88442
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Gwasanaethau in post 88435 said:
belly buster in post 88433 said:
I mean .... if you run the game in 1980s mode .... what do you expect??

:)
I was born in 1985 – is this reason why my knees glitch out and stop working every now and then? :lol:
You think you've got problems??!!!!! I date back to 1958 and the only NX panels around in those days had electromechanical indications for the points! As for my knees... you leave my knees out of this :-)

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