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Animation Errors in Mileposts in JP1 and 2 Routes ?

#1 User is offline   espee 

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Posted 11 January 2017 - 07:28 AM

X3688 JP1 and JP2 Route

I get these 3 errors in JP1 but only the last error in JP2 route

Just wondering if OR is expecting anims in these shapes or are they leftovers from MSTS ?


Information: Ignored missing animations data in shape c:\_mini_japan1ng\train simulator\routes\japan1ng\shapes\jp1perredsp2.s

Information: Ignored missing animations data in shape c:\_mini_japan1ng\train simulator\routes\japan1ng\shapes\jp1resumesp.s

Information: Ignored missing animations data in shape c:\_mini_japan1ng\train simulator\routes\japan1ng\shapes\jpmilepost.s

Sorry if this has been covered before...

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Posted 11 January 2017 - 07:46 AM

View Postespee, on 11 January 2017 - 07:28 AM, said:

X3688 JP1 and JP2 Route

I get these 3 errors in JP1 but only the last error in JP2 route

Just wondering if OR is expecting anims in these shapes or are they leftovers from MSTS ?


Information: Ignored missing animations data in shape c:\_mini_japan1ng\train simulator\routes\japan1ng\shapes\jp1perredsp2.s

Information: Ignored missing animations data in shape c:\_mini_japan1ng\train simulator\routes\japan1ng\shapes\jp1resumesp.s

Information: Ignored missing animations data in shape c:\_mini_japan1ng\train simulator\routes\japan1ng\shapes\jpmilepost.s

Sorry if this has been covered before...


Long time ago (2013) I have written a bugreport:
https://bugs.launchp...or/+bug/1208960

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Posted 11 January 2017 - 08:43 AM

Ok thanks, sorry, figured someone must have reported this long ago. Couldn't figure out from the bug report - was it ever fixed or ignored as a non-fatal annoyance ?

I'll simply remake the parts as was done with the signals in the bug report and then I should be these errors free :)


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Long time ago (2013) I have written a bugreport:
https://bugs.launchp...or/+bug/1208960


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Posted 12 January 2017 - 12:33 AM

View Postespee, on 11 January 2017 - 08:43 AM, said:

I'll simply remake the parts as was done with the signals in the bug report and then I should be these errors free :)

The Bugreport is accepted as low importance but until yet nobody has modified the code.

I agree, the problem is very low:
A nonsense-Information per Speedpost- and MailPost-shapename in the Logfile.
But what can route-builders do, if they would like to have a clean Logfile, modify the shapes?
If they are not the owner of these shapes, that is not allowed!

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Posted 12 January 2017 - 01:12 AM

It's a curious thing, since I would not expect mileposts or speed posts to need to move. Maybe they move up and down the track to keep the train crews on their toes? :girl_devil:

View PosteugenR, on 12 January 2017 - 12:33 AM, said:

But what can route-builders do, if they would like to have a clean Logfile, modify the shapes?
If they are not the owner of these shapes, that is not allowed!

They can create new shapes from scratch to overwrite the old ones. No need to modify existing Kuju shapes directly, especially since most of them are not very good by today's standards.

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