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Some Timetables not appearing when 'Starting a new simulation' 13/06/2018 at 11:43 #109623
bugsy
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Good morning everybody.

I have just noticed that when starting a new Kings Cross simulation, some of the timetables aren’t shown in the options list.
All of my Kings Cross timetables are stored in this directory: C:\Users\Public\Documents\SimSig\Timetables\kingsx
(see screen shot which shows them)

The options that do appear are shown in the second screenshot.

Apologies if this question has been asked before and I’m sure that I have seen a similar question in the past, but now can’t find one in the Kings Cross parts of the Forum.

Look forward to recieving an answer that puts me out of my misery!

Thanks in advance because I may not be able to respond immediately. It depends on mobile phone signals as usual.

Bugsy



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My goodness, that was difficult, but I managed it.
Last edited: 13/06/2018 at 11:44 by bugsy
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Some Timetables not appearing when 'Starting a new simulation' 13/06/2018 at 13:19 #109626
headshot119
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The loader no longer supports the older .WTT / .WTR format.

You can get around this by starting a blank game and using timetabkes, open, merge with current.

"Platform 1 your Maesteg service. Platform 1A your Aberdare. Platform 2 your London!"
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Some Timetables not appearing when 'Starting a new simulation' 13/06/2018 at 21:01 #109639
bugsy
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headshot119 in post 109626 said:
The loader no longer supports the older .WTT / .WTR format.

You can get around this by starting a blank game and using timetabkes, open, merge with current.
That's exactly what I remember reading in another post and fairly recently at that. Thanks.

My goodness, that was difficult, but I managed it.
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