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    Default Super elevation and tilted train

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    Hi,

    Awesome and Cool Stuff. Frankly this Rocks!

    Now I have to go find all the appropriate S curves in the Tristate Route and scenic them up a bit. Could be awhile, there's a number of them.

    Doug Relyea

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    Very impressive simulation work, JTang!

    Thank you again for the superelevation feature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drelyea View Post
    Hi,

    Awesome and Cool Stuff. Frankly this Rocks!

    Now I have to go find all the appropriate S curves in the Tristate Route and scenic them up a bit. Could be awhile, there's a number of them.

    Doug Relyea
    Could you start with the one in Waldwick?

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    Hi,

    Joe Cooney has control of that area ( Suffern to Jersey City ). He's installing the Coach yards at Waldwick and some of the other trackwork along that stretch of the Erie.

    Doug Relyea

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    Very nice!
    Now.....how about cab movement?

    Bruce
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    2D cab is hard to rotate (need a lot of culling of the 2D cab image if it rotates), the answer lies on 3D cab :-).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjtang View Post
    2D cab is hard to rotate (need a lot of culling of the 2D cab image if it rotates), the answer lies on 3D cab :-).
    How is it done in BVE? (The cab is a 2D image).

    Bruce
    IBM XT i386; 512Kb RAM; 5.25" FDD; 1.4Mb FDD; 5Mb HDD; VGA 256-colour graphics card; AdLib soundcard; DR DOS 6.0; Windows 3.0

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    HOW did you do this!? This is AMAZING!

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    Hello.

    Fantastic and awesome. Long life for the OR Team:

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    Greetings
    Last edited by antuanfs; 03-16-2013 at 01:54 PM.

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