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Minor Updates & A New Release (30-03-2022)

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Minor Updates & A New Release (30-03-2022) 30/03/2022 at 17:20 #145950
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A few updates this evening. Alongside the release of Slough Panel which has been covered elsewhere, there's various minor updates to simulations and timetables included. Notably the issue experienced in a recent chain of clients not seeing populated workstation berths on Leamington has been fixed.

New Release
Slough Panel (PSB) & Associated 2009 timetable

Simulations
Chester
Doncaster South
Feltham
Leamington Spa and Fenny Compton
Manchester Piccadilly
North Wales Coast
Port Talbot
West Anglia
Wimbledon

Timetables
West Anglia 2015-04-08 SX

As always detailed version change information is available on the wiki.

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The following users said thank you: dhouk, bossman, Newhampshires, HST125Scorton, Soton_Speed, Mikhail, Champs450007, phil1044
Minor Updates & A New Release (30-03-2022) 30/03/2022 at 18:42 #145952
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Long Live Simsig!
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Minor Updates & A New Release (30-03-2022) 02/04/2022 at 07:15 #145995
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Quick two.

Not sure if they need to be posted elsewhere

1. There is no version history for WARM

2. Also Chester Wiki hasn't been updated to show Chaining with Warrington is now available

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Minor Updates & A New Release (30-03-2022) 02/04/2022 at 07:57 #145996
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My mistake. Found the WARM version page
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Minor Updates & A New Release (30-03-2022) 02/04/2022 at 11:41 #145999
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So glad that the issue with the London Overground's in P2 at Clapham Junction being fixed now won't have to keep changing the timetables for every train.
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Minor Updates & A New Release (30-03-2022) 02/04/2022 at 14:23 #146002
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Guts in post 145995 said:
2. Also Chester Wiki hasn't been updated to show Chaining with Warrington is now available
Manual Updated

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Minor Updates & A New Release (30-03-2022) 04/04/2022 at 08:58 #146017
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Loving the new layout for Feltham, makes the sim significantly easier to play. I was always misjudging trains going via Kew Bridge as they used to teleport across the sim. Although all old version saves can no longer route via Acton Junction as that isn't displayed on the sim anymore.
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Minor Updates & A New Release (30-03-2022) 04/04/2022 at 10:19 #146020
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Trainman525 in post 146017 said:
Loving the new layout for Feltham, makes the sim significantly easier to play. I was always misjudging trains going via Kew Bridge as they used to teleport across the sim. Although all old version saves can no longer route via Acton Junction as that isn't displayed on the sim anymore.
Just started a new timetable and I agree that the new sim layout is a great deal easier to follow. Great decision to change it

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Minor Updates & A New Release (30-03-2022) 05/04/2022 at 08:20 #146037
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bugsy in post 146020 said:
Trainman525 in post 146017 said:
Loving the new layout for Feltham, makes the sim significantly easier to play. I was always misjudging trains going via Kew Bridge as they used to teleport across the sim. Although all old version saves can no longer route via Acton Junction as that isn't displayed on the sim anymore.
Just started a new timetable and I agree that the new sim layout is a great deal easier to follow. Great decision to change it :)
I agree, the new layout for Feltham is far superior - thank you SimSig for redesigning it.

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