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    Default Anasville Subway - Text-Route Guides Avaliable

    Hello everybody,
    My text-route guides on all the lines on the Anasville Subway are now avaliable from my BVE site at:

    http://www.freewebs.com/theanasvillesubway/

    I hope you've got a basic idea on what the routes are going to be like. And once again, if you wish to contribute to the Anasville Subway project, let me know ASAP. Thank you very much.

    PS. Sorry for all the troubles in the past couple of days



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    Anas, I looked at your route map and I was impressed! I did notice
    one route seemed to go in a complete circle as a closed loop. Can
    BVE do that? I know that Black 5 was capable of that kind of route,
    but I've never tried it in BVE. Would be nice if that was possible.

    Christopher


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    Default RE: Anasville Subway - Text-Route Guides Avaliable

    Yes it is possible to do that in BVE. The Glasgow subway train route allows you to go around a loop twice during rush hour. It's a cool route!

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    Default RE: Anasville Subway - Text-Route Guides Avaliable

    Which line is it that is like a complete circle in a closed loop? The Anasville Circle or Anasville Orbital?

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    Thanks Dave! I have the Glascow Subway but I thought there was two
    tracks being worked there. That does add some interesting ideas for
    learning the basic code.

    Christopher



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    The one I was referring to was the Anasville Orbital. I like the
    way it acts like a main or express line with lots of transfer
    branches off of it. I'm assuming there'll be stations on different
    levels too?

    Christopher


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    The Glasgow Underground (aka Clockwork Orange) isn't really a loop, since proper loops aren't possible in BVE. Track which you've travelled over basically disappears as you move along.

    The second cycle of the track in the GLUG is a repetition of the code for the first, giving the impression that you've went round in a circle. So, if you wanted to make a third cycle of the circuit, you'd have to duplicate the code yet again and renumber it.

    David

    BVE in Glasgow:
    http://homepage.ntlworld.com/zerosignal/bve/

    http://homepage.ntlworld.com/zerosignal/botanics1.gif

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    Default RE: Anasville Subway - Text-Route Guides Avaliable

    I'm actually planning to put the whole Anasville Orbital line outside but I could add a few tunnels in if needed.



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    Default RE: Anasville Subway - Text-Route Guides Avaliable

    Have you actually done any work on it?
    You only seems to say I will do this and that, but have you started. If so I am sure we would like some screenies? Thanks.

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    Thanks, David. I didn't even notice the repetition. But I'm
    still learning to code by hand and this gives me some basic
    ideas.

    Christopher


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