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Sig M315 in 1980's and 1990's era 20/12/2016 at 22:21 #91033
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Andrew G in post 91025 said:
mark265 in post 91018 said:


But in Wishaw 1.png (which is WKS5) there is no signal for the user of that panel to click unless he goes over to WKS4
This was an era issue which has been corrected by Peter in a later version which hasn't been released yet. In the meantime the Panel 5 signaller will need to initiate the route on Panel 4 for the earlier eras.

I can also confirm that the issue impacting on Loco changes on the Up Coatbridge has also been resolved, as previously advised by Peter, and these can now be signalled with no need to talk a driver past any Signals.

While you will need to wait for Peter to release an updated version I can confirm I have hosted several sessions with friends using the 1984 timetable and the release version of the simulation without any major issues. You just need to make sure the users on the panels with issues are aware of the workarounds and assign somebody to panel 6 who understands how the Edinburgh portions attach and detach.
Thanks Andrew, could not see the wood for the trees on that one.

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Sig M315 in 1980's and 1990's era 20/12/2016 at 22:35 #91034
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I appreciate all input from my posts.

Until recently I was unaware these issues were known and had been resolved, and awaiting an update.

Although I do try to, its not always easy to search back to see if something you belive is wrong has been reported if it was some time ago.

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Sig M315 in 1980's and 1990's era 20/12/2016 at 22:54 #91035
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A lot of things are reported straight to the bugboard.

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Sig M315 in 1980's and 1990's era 02/01/2018 at 13:14 #104722
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Just wondering re progress on an updated version as the issues surrounding being unable to set routes from signal 315 are still present in the latest loader version.

The issue with routing from signal 516 on WKS4 to signal 520 on WKS5 is also still present. Signal 516 is still shown on WKS4 instead of WKS 5.

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Sig M315 in 1980's and 1990's era 03/01/2018 at 19:30 #104776
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Good question. Looking at the manual the current version is 4.2.3 is that correct or did I issue 4.3.0 or higher?
I can't tell from what I have.

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Sig M315 in 1980's and 1990's era 03/01/2018 at 19:31 #104777
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Peter Bennet in post 104776 said:
Good question. Looking at the manual the current version is 4.2.3 is that correct or did I issue 4.3.0 or higher?
I can't tell from what I have.

Peter
The current release of Motherwell is 4.2.3

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Sig M315 in 1980's and 1990's era 03/01/2018 at 21:12 #104782
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Peter Bennet in post 104776 said:
Good question. Looking at the manual the current version is 4.2.3 is that correct or did I issue 4.3.0 or higher?
I can't tell from what I have.

Peter
It sounds as if an internal "current public version" tool is needed, as you're not the first dev to recently have difficulty in ascertaining which version of their sim is currently released!

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Sig M315 in 1980's and 1990's era 03/01/2018 at 22:07 #104785
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Peter Bennet in post 104776 said:
Good question. Looking at the manual the current version is 4.2.3 is that correct or did I issue 4.3.0 or higher?
I can't tell from what I have.

Peter
On a similar note- the latest available version of NEScot is 4.2.2; is this as it should be?

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Sig M315 in 1980's and 1990's era 04/01/2018 at 07:10 #104790
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I'll try and sort out an update by next week - hopefully, sooner.

Steamer in post 104785 said:
Peter Bennet in post 104776 said:
Good question. Looking at the manual the current version is 4.2.3 is that correct or did I issue 4.3.0 or higher?
I can't tell from what I have.

Peter

On a similar note- the latest available version of NEScot is 4.2.2; is this as it should be?
That's the version I have - might need to update the manual.

Peter

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Sig M315 in 1980's and 1990's era 04/01/2018 at 10:31 #104792
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