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Adding A Timetable 13/05/2017 at 23:16 #95087
MatthewBurke170202
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Hello there!
Would someone please be able to tell me how to add a user contributed timetable to a simulation after downloading. Thanks!
Matt

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Adding A Timetable 14/05/2017 at 01:21 #95089
BarryM
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MatthewBurke170202 in post 95087 said:
Hello there!
Would someone please be able to tell me how to add a user contributed timetable to a simulation after downloading. Thanks!
Matt
C:\Users\Public\Documents\SimSig\Timetables\ Name of Sim Folder

Barry

Barry, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Adding A Timetable 14/05/2017 at 09:56 #95091
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Easier said than done. I tried this with the latest Derby Max Anderson timetable. The file appears on my download folder as an ssg file. I transfer it over to the correct folder as in the last post, then when I open using the loader and try to load this timetable for Derby its just not there.
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Adding A Timetable 14/05/2017 at 10:18 #95092
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Ray in post 95091 said:
Easier said than done. I tried this with the latest Derby Max Anderson timetable. The file appears on my download folder as an ssg file. I transfer it over to the correct folder as in the last post, then when I open using the loader and try to load this timetable for Derby its just not there.
Ah, that's a save game file rather than a timetable. So you open it with the second item on the Loader menu, something like "Resume a previous game" - I can't remember the exact wording.

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Adding A Timetable 14/05/2017 at 10:41 #95093
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KymriskaDraken in post 95092 said:
Ray in post 95091 said:
Easier said than done. I tried this with the latest Derby Max Anderson timetable. The file appears on my download folder as an ssg file. I transfer it over to the correct folder as in the last post, then when I open using the loader and try to load this timetable for Derby its just not there.
Ah, that's a save game file rather than a timetable. So you open it with the second item on the Loader menu, something like "Resume a previous game" - I can't remember the exact wording.

Kev
You also need to copy it to "C:\Users\Public\Documents\SimSig\Simulations\ Name of Sim" Folder, not the Timetables folder.

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Adding A Timetable 14/05/2017 at 13:10 #95095
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Now you are confusing the issue.

In File Explorer, Timetables go into the sim's Timetable folder.

Barry

Barry, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Adding A Timetable 14/05/2017 at 13:13 #95096
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BarryM in post 95095 said:
Now you are confusing the issue.

In File Explorer, Timetables go into the sim's Timetable folder.

Barry
Read the posts I quoted, which were referring to a saved game.

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Adding A Timetable 14/05/2017 at 13:50 #95097
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I still can't find the folder as such. I can find the loader and the licence manager. But I have been through the Public Documents and I cannot find anything in there.
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Adding A Timetable 14/05/2017 at 15:32 #95098
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MatthewBurke170202 in post 95097 said:
I still can't find the folder as such. I can find the loader and the licence manager. But I have been through the Public Documents and I cannot find anything in there.
Matt
The Public Documents location(s) are the default settings for SimSig. Have you made any changes to the folder options using the button on the Loader screen? If so, the Simulations and Timetables folders will be as set by the folder options rather than the default Public Documents. To check, open the loader and click on Start a New Simulation. When you select a new simulation to run, the description box at the bottom of the loader will include the location of the sim. Saved games then go into the sub-folder for the appropriate sim in that location.

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