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Thread: Future Steam Update Wishlist

  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Driverman2008 View Post
    I hope as of right now, Railsimulator.com is working on bringing all of the realistic stuff from MSTS into Railworks. Things that were taken for granted from MSTS in the making of Railworks.

    You would have thought that they would have examined all the trains sims before they started coding and at least made it do what they do and better, but....

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    This are the mines :

    -Glowing headlights

    -Working gauges on the ES44ACs

    and a 2d editor for scenarios, like in MSTS, and not be flying in a 3d world to can create scenarios
    Non native english writer.....sorry for my english

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    My personal feeling is this buglist ought to only really focus on major problem areas at this time, rather than a laundry list of everything that would be nice or might be added. In that vein, I think it would be helpful for the community to make an effort to prioritize a more official T-S list and at that point I would replace this with the more significant needs. If you want real issues addressed, keep the list as manageable as possible, that is much more likely to get action than a laundry list of "I wishes".

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    Thank you guys for stickying this thread!

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    On the possibility of it actually happening.

    B button mapped to American loco's bell. (not using that hack) Seriously this is common sense. I can't even find the bell button in the F7 yet it has sound files for it.

    Audible american gate crossings. (other then zooming right in at them) Add to that, American gate crossing that sound like American gate crossings.

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    1. Stability, continue with any remaining stability issues as I see that they are doing already.

    2. AI and dispatcher need a lot of work. Once even a newbie can throw a bunch of trains into a default route and do the correct basics (selecting destinations etc) without it going nuts then we're onto something! I am sure others will add more to this.

    3. AI consist operations. Having an active yard will provide a much higher degree of immersion in an already immersive "sim"

    There is a lot of other nice haves, but I'd like to concentrate on the core for now.

    Matt

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    Default AI couple/uncouple

    Allow AI to couple and uncouple assets.
    Regards - Dick
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    Program to take screenie weenys from da puter. Bro, Dude, Man operator Murysville,Pa.



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    Quote Originally Posted by styckx View Post
    On the possibility of it actually happening.

    B button mapped to American loco's bell. (not using that hack) Seriously this is common sense. I can't even find the bell button in the F7 yet it has sound files for it.

    Audible american gate crossings. (other then zooming right in at them) Add to that, American gate crossing that sound like American gate crossings.
    The bell control on the F7s is located near the train brake, it's a little lever you can pull to the left. Also, it makes no sound when you use it. No, I'm not talking about the sander in case if you're wondering.

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    Default Signal Docs

    Create the alleged detailed signals document that was promised for olde RS.
    Regards - Dick
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    Program to take screenie weenys from da puter. Bro, Dude, Man operator Murysville,Pa.



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    Quote Originally Posted by styckx View Post
    The bolded parts are insanity...
    I guess you haven't seen the rest of Driverman's lists...

    Robert

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