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SY5 subsidiary aspect not reverting to danger after the ground frame is locked

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SY5 subsidiary aspect not reverting to danger after the ground frame is locked 28/03/2024 at 19:36 #155889
Smudgykins
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The shunt aspect on SY5 doesn't revert to danger when the ground frame is reset


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SY5 subsidiary aspect not reverting to danger after the ground frame is locked 28/03/2024 at 20:20 #155890
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If you could provide a save rather than a screenshot, someone can look into it. There's not much to go on with just a picture unfortunately.

Craig

How to report an issue: www.SimSig.co.uk/Wiki/Show?page=usertrack:reportanissue
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SY5 subsidiary aspect not reverting to danger after the ground frame is locked 28/03/2024 at 20:28 #155891
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Either side of the issue
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SY5 subsidiary aspect not reverting to danger after the ground frame is locked 28/03/2024 at 21:26 #155892
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Smudgykins in post 155891 said:
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Mantis 40615

The issue is with SY5, if you simply have the GF at F then SY5 will automatically pull off it's most restrictive aspect. This is incorrect behaviour obviously. Above ticket applies.

Nice spot for no trains needing to be in there at the time.

Craig

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SY5 subsidiary aspect not reverting to danger after the ground frame is locked 29/03/2024 at 07:40 #155893
Peter Bennet
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The manual does not seem to reflect the way it actually seems to work.

Peter

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