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Thread: Thank you, team, for the speed notification.

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    Default Thank you, team, for the speed notification.

    Just a quick "thanks, guys" for the little pop-up on the info bar which lets us know that the end of the train has passed the speed sign.

    Bruce

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    Quote Originally Posted by seagoon View Post
    Just a quick "thanks, guys" for the little pop-up on the info bar which lets us know that the end of the train has passed the speed sign.

    Bruce
    I'll second that. Until someone can come up with a counter used to count feet traveled and you know the length of your train, this makes it much more realistic.

    Now if that pesky horn would blast a quick short....hint hint
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikephfl View Post
    Now if that pesky horn would blast a quick short....hint hint
    You mean something almost like this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UP_4848_Thunder View Post
    You mean something almost like this?
    OK... How did you do that?

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    Not only how did he do that, what route is that? Looks awesome.
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    Nice.

    (Looks & sounds more like a Run 8 cab than OR.)

    Bruce

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikephfl View Post
    Not only how did he do that, what route is that? Looks awesome.
    It appears to be the LaSalle, Rockford & Central

    Harold

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    Quote Originally Posted by seagoon View Post
    Nice.

    (Looks & sounds more like a Run 8 cab than OR.)

    Bruce
    I noticed the cab was very detailed, almost 3D like.

    So now if we could get him to give up some of his secrets. I promise not to tell anyone
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    Not sure how he did that.

    By adding about 300 lines of code into OR, we can have 3D cab almost functioning along with MSTS cab settings (just need to name parts of the 3D cab model carefully).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPVZsHCc63M

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    jjtang, perhaps you and I could discuss that, after all, I do a fairly decent job at 3d modelling, perhaps we could do a couple of different styles of 3d cabs, the older analog, and the new desktop style...

    Robert

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