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Late starters described as easly? 16/05/2019 at 08:48 #118325
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Hi,

Not seen this on any other sim so maybe this is specific to just this one. This error is only shown in the "popup timetable".

Trains not yet started are shown as "early" when their inbound working was in fact very late. 5T40 at GQS in the attached is an example. It was also seen on the next TD for a service that had been ACI'd approaching Anniesland (second attachment).

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Jamie

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Late starters described as easly? 16/05/2019 at 09:22 #118327
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Also happens at Hatfield on Manchester East so not sim-specific.
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Late starters described as easly? 18/05/2019 at 17:06 #118363
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Ah it is definitely common core thing, I have exactly the same report of "early" on popup timetable 1B34 at Liverpool Street.
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Late starters described as easly? 26/05/2019 at 11:47 #118465
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Conversely, as I have seen in Brighton with 2A11/2A04, a train arriving early means the next working shows as @Late@ in the ARS section of timetable popup!
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Late starters described as easly? 13/06/2019 at 19:46 #118956
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Interesting.

2M14 from Kemble ching ends at Swindon - same issue, arrived 9L, ARS popup shows 9E.

Definitely a core code bug methinks!

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