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Thameslink trains not ARS? 27/02/2020 at 15:13 #123463
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I recently purchased this sim started playing the Sunday 24th November 1029 timetable. Really enjoyable as it covers my local area.
Being a glutton for punishment, I decided to start the 2019-01-09 timetable with the speed set to minimum. Just about keeping my head above water, although I expect to get tied in knots later. ARS has caused several problems (as warned and therefore expected) and I have had to turn it off in several locations.
It's a great sim and my thanks go to all those involved in its development.

I now have a stupid question.
I have noticed that you cannot make the Thameslink trains (9xxx) ARS. What is the reason for this as it is not mentioned in the manual?

Your life can have a thousand different meanings or maybe just one....I'd recommend more than one in case you got it wrong - (Rezende)
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Thameslink trains not ARS? 27/02/2020 at 15:57 #123465
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bugsy in post 123463 said:
I have noticed that you cannot make the Thameslink trains (9xxx) ARS. What is the reason for this as it is not mentioned in the manual?
If you go to the ARS tab on the F3 pop-up, is the Class 9 box checked?

"No question is too stupid, there are just some stupid answers" - Dr. Michael Reece, 12/08/1927 - 03/06/2019. Electrical engineer and inventor
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Thameslink trains not ARS? 27/02/2020 at 17:33 #123471
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postal in post 123465 said:
bugsy in post 123463 said:
I have noticed that you cannot make the Thameslink trains (9xxx) ARS. What is the reason for this as it is not mentioned in the manual?
If you go to the ARS tab on the F3 pop-up, is the Class 9 box checked?
Something else that you've taught me. My eyesight is not working either. Ticked the relevant box now.

Your life can have a thousand different meanings or maybe just one....I'd recommend more than one in case you got it wrong - (Rezende)
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