Minor errors have been reported in the route that will be fixed in a future update.
The errors are generally on the incorrectly sized sidewalks markers, a few wrong incorrect speed signs, and the request to add some markers in the Avigliana station to better manage the train route. ... continue reading »
Unfortunately, and rightly, I was pointed out that the full installer (not the update version) of the 1.1 release fails to install the route.
I have identified and corrected the problem that did not correctly verify the existence of the installed version and consequently force the abort of the installation. ... continue reading »
As anticipated, update to version 1.1 is available for download.
This update completely replaces the route and the Torino Bardonecchia asset pack (which changes from Rel. 2.2 to 2.3) ... continue reading »
After a few days, I gathered the first info about malfunctions and I can give you some feedback. The “claims” were really few, and for now all solvable. The problems pointed out by more than one person are: ... continue reading »
After three long years and very much patience on your part, I announce that the Turin-Bardonecchia route version 1.0 is available here for download in the Projects section.
The size is around 650 MB.
The download is a .rar archive, in which in addition to the Italian and English manual, the exe to be launched for installation is inserted.
The exe file contains the route and all the assets necessary for the correct operation of the route itself. ... continue reading »
To solve the problem of incorrect permissions after a REQUEST TO PASS DANGER operation, I had to make a change, in addition to signaling in some areas of the route, even to the signals pack. ... continue reading »
For all who are waiting for publication, the route is in theory ready. The installer is finished, the manual is almost finished, the packs are all finished.
There remains a problem of signal behaviour that I’m trying to solve and that I have not yet solved, and a couple of changes of catenary not properly ... continue reading »