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    Keeping the bell on .....

    I couldn't find if anybody has described how to do this or not ... When I push the bell button to turn the bell on for yard work, it only plays for about a second, then shuts off ... in every locomotive I tried.

    Is there a way to keep it on until I push the button again? Is trigger 10 only linked to the horn in some way?

    Or can I diddle with something in the .eng or .sms file to get the result I want?

    krswen
    Ken

    Intel i7 920, Asetek 570LX liquid cooler, GeForce GTX 285, EVGA X58 mobo, 6MB DDR3 RAM, WD5000AAKS HD, Corsair Obsidian 800D case

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    RE: Keeping the bell on .....

    push B, while holding, push shift, keep holding. release B, release shift
    -SK
    https://www.trainsim.com/vbts/signat...pic57635_1.gif

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      #3
      RE: Keeping the bell on .....

      To keep the bell ringing, hit "control + b". That will keep the bell ringing until you hit the "b" button again. If you want to have the horn trigger the bell, like on the Dash 9, open up the .eng file and change the line that says "DoesHornTriggerBell( 0 )" to say "DoesHornTriggerBell( 1 )"

      mrWM734

      current projects:
      B&O R.R. "Atlantic"
      B&O R.R. #25 "William Mason"
      I rode on 1238's first run from Cumberland to Frostburg.sigpic

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        #4
        RE: Keeping the bell on .....

        Wow .... this forum is incredible. In the time it took me to eat supper ..... two answers. Thanks guys!

        krswen
        Ken

        Intel i7 920, Asetek 570LX liquid cooler, GeForce GTX 285, EVGA X58 mobo, 6MB DDR3 RAM, WD5000AAKS HD, Corsair Obsidian 800D case

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          #5
          RE: Keeping the bell on .....

          No problem.

          mrWM734

          current projects:
          B&O R.R. "Atlantic"
          B&O R.R. #25 "William Mason"
          I rode on 1238's first run from Cumberland to Frostburg.sigpic

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            #6
            RE: Keeping the bell on .....

            Hi

            I tried it and it doesn't work for me. What should I do?

            Redfox_6900
            Future Engineer for New Brunswick East Coast Railway Co.

            Long Live NBEC's SD40s

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              #7
              RE: Keeping the bell on .....

              Hi

              Never mind, I found out how to work it. Thanks anyway!

              Redfox_6900
              Future Engineer for New Brunswick East Coast Railway Co.

              Long Live NBEC's SD40s

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