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F2 colour coding 26/02/2021 at 19:23 #137478
simple68
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Could there be an option in the drop down list on F2 to display the Delay status of trains relative to the ARS colour coding ie green on time Red for 10 mins late etc etc, I think that is a real life thing and would be very useful

Simon

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F2 colour coding 26/02/2021 at 20:56 #137480
Dionysusnu
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Not sure if I'd like the trains in F2 to be colour-coded. It would however be nice if the "Last reported delay" from the timetable was just added as a regular column.
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F2 colour coding 27/02/2021 at 03:29 #137484
DonRiver
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If implemented with a class in the html and a colour scheme in the CSS (which we can customise), it'd be entirely optional.
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F2 colour coding 03/03/2021 at 11:05 #137562
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Dionysusnu in post 137480 said:
Not sure if I'd like the trains in F2 to be colour-coded. It would however be nice if the "Last reported delay" from the timetable was just added as a regular column.
Yes, a column would be good, and then the ability to 'sort by'.

Andy

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F2 colour coding 03/03/2021 at 11:33 #137563
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I wrote a Python program to give a train list broadly on those lines - would build a train list based on TD berth occupancy, take origin and destination from the WTT file if available, and take delay status from the newly-added train delay status gateway messages.

OK, actually it was early steps, very rudimentary and incomplete, crashes unexpectedly, and on the backburner because I am now obsessed with a much more comprehensive solution which is basically to make a model of the TRUST system running on my laptop. (I want to open a train's timetable, see where it's scheduled to be from beginning to end of its journey, along with what time it reached the points it already reached and how late it was at each one. Delay attribution to my fellow multiplayer signallers can come later…)

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