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Slot from Oxford 19/05/2019 at 22:06 #118392
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2016 Era. I notice that if you pre-accept a receiving slot from Oxford, it cancels itself - only when it's flashing from a request can the slot be granted.

Is this expected behaviour? If so might be worth a note in the wiki.

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Slot from Oxford 20/05/2019 at 07:09 #118396
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9pN1SEAp in post 118392 said:
2016 Era. I notice that if you pre-accept a receiving slot from Oxford, it cancels itself - only when it's flashing from a request can the slot be granted.

Is this expected behaviour? If so might be worth a note in the wiki.

Ta
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Previously reported in regard to trains entering Oxford and CScot sims at https://www.SimSig.co.uk/Forum/ThreadView/49343?postId=115832.

CScot problem Mantis 23563 on Mantis on 18/02/2019.

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Slot from Oxford 20/05/2019 at 09:59 #118401
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I had a similar problem on Cowlairs which even caused an ACOA. The problem seems to be affecting so many sims that it almost smells like a core code issue. It has been fixed on Manchester East though.
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Slot from Oxford 20/05/2019 at 13:59 #118402
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Albert in post 118401 said:
I had a similar problem on Cowlairs which even caused an ACOA. The problem seems to be affecting so many sims that it almost smells like a core code issue. It has been fixed on Manchester East though.
It's not a core code issue as far as I'm aware.

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Slot from Oxford 21/05/2019 at 22:19 #118426
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headshot119 in post 118402 said:
Albert in post 118401 said:
I had a similar problem on Cowlairs which even caused an ACOA. The problem seems to be affecting so many sims that it almost smells like a core code issue. It has been fixed on Manchester East though.
It's not a core code issue as far as I'm aware.
It could be a core code issue (I haven't looked into it). Or it could be several developers misunderstanding something in the manual and coding their sims with the same error.

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Slot from Oxford 21/05/2019 at 22:26 #118427
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9pN1SEAp in post 118392 said:
2016 Era. I notice that if you pre-accept a receiving slot from Oxford, it cancels itself - only when it's flashing from a request can the slot be granted.

Is this expected behaviour? If so might be worth a note in the wiki.

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It's data-driven, not core code, and is by design. In real life, depending on the interlocking, it is not "wrong" like this.

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Slot from Oxford 08/08/2019 at 22:13 #119962
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When a slot from Oxford is requested, it's informing MYB South panel, instead of the BCS-OXF panel (and phoning them when at a stand).
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Slot from Oxford 29/03/2022 at 18:02 #145912
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9pN1SEAp in post 119962 said:
When a slot from Oxford is requested, it's informing MYB South panel, instead of the BCS-OXF panel (and phoning them when at a stand).
Just to reiterate that this is still an issue, as found in a multiplayer session this evening.

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Slot from Oxford 29/03/2022 at 19:24 #145916
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"Passengers for New Lane, should be seated in the rear coach of the train " - Opinions are my own and not those of my employer
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