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---Logopened Sat Mar 31 00:00:33 2012
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01:02<Pikka>probably
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01:30<andythenorth>mornings
01:30<Pikka>hello andythenorth
01:30<andythenorth>seigneur bird
01:30<andythenorth>is it pruple there?
01:30<Pikka>partially
01:31<Pikka>I've knocked av8ports down to 10 D:
01:31<andythenorth>less is more
01:31<Pikka>yes
01:31<andythenorth>maths must be wrong
01:31<andythenorth>I have halved BANDIT or so
01:32<andythenorth>Pikka: any airport pictures yet?
01:33<Pikka>nothing new. some of the old ones are still out there somewhere
01:34<Pikka>http://users.tt-forums.net/pikka/wiki/index.php?title=Av8port_Designs
01:35<Pikka>none of those layouts will be used though, except the skylift ring
01:35<Pikka>which is now also the airship field, with different graphics obviously :)
01:36<@planetmaker>moin
01:36<andythenorth>'dusty airpark' :)
01:37<Pikka>yep, gorne
01:37<Pikka>although that one's significant in that it was used as the example in outlining the callback spec
01:38<Pikka>http://users.tt-forums.net/pikka/wiki/index.php?title=Newgrf_Airports_Documentation#Dusty_Airpark
01:41<andythenorth>hmm. I had a question for Pikka
01:41<andythenorth>but I forgit it
01:41<Pikka>oops
01:42<andythenorth>if you wanted a roundy-hut-thingy, I have an unused one from FIRS
01:42<andythenorth>http://www.tt-foundry.com/sets/FIRS/schema/industry_objects/survey_base
01:42<Pikka>mm, roundy hut thingy
01:42<Pikka>nissen?
01:43<andythenorth>almera
01:44<andythenorth>yes, those
01:44<andythenorth>so BANDIT is now local (small) and line-haul (big) trucks
01:44<andythenorth>plus some special ones that I liked
01:44<andythenorth>and log trucks and stuff are moved to HEQS
01:46<Pikka>cool :)
01:47<Pikka>hmm
01:47<Pikka>make it 9 airports
01:47<Pikka>I'm not making a seperate one just for the empire
01:47<andythenorth>seaplanes?
01:47<Pikka>yes
01:48<Pikka>I'll let the empire land on the short runway
01:48<Pikka>rather than make a special long water runway just for it
01:49<andythenorth>extra-skilled pilot
01:49<Pikka>yes
01:50<andythenorth>do I need a parameter to enable real truck names? :P
01:50<Pikka>probably not
01:51*andythenorth likes fake names
01:52<Pikka>do I need a helipad on a building?
01:52<andythenorth>need?
01:52<andythenorth>is a strong word
01:52<Pikka>I suppose as far as airports go, it's about as simple as it gets
01:53<andythenorth>the game already provides one?
01:53<andythenorth>use that?
01:53<Pikka>well, may as well draw my own, to fit with the rest :)
02:06*andythenorth ponders stations
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02:52<andythenorth>hmm
02:52<andythenorth>can a station get the colour of a nearby industry?
02:52*andythenorth suspects not
02:52<andythenorth>would be an extension of var 67 perhaps
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03:04<andythenorth>ho
03:04<andythenorth>the klf
03:05<andythenorth>Pikka: Ice cream van?
03:05<andythenorth>cargo: justified abcients
03:05<andythenorth>ancients /s
03:07<@peter1138>they're justified
03:07<@peter1138>and they're ancient
03:10<@peter1138>mu mu land
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03:19<andythenorth>stand by the jams
03:19<andythenorth>new industry: jam
03:20<Eddi|zuHause>sometimes i wonder what language you people are speaking...
03:21<Eddi|zuHause>it's like luxemburgish... you understand half the words, but the other half is meaningless gibberish
03:25<andythenorth>englishish
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03:33*andythenorth draws a flood loader
03:33<Rubidium>but flooding makes vehicles explode ;)
03:35<@planetmaker>haha :-)
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03:39<andythenorth>lo Alberth
03:40<@Alberth>hi andy
03:40<@Alberth>got a good night sleep after last nights heavy movement work ? :)
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03:45<andythenorth>topic? english only, no englishish
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03:49<@Alberth>I was refering to you moving all kinds of heavy trucks from one place to another, and dismantling lots of them
03:50<andythenorth>oh you missed the englishish discussion earlier ;)
03:51<andythenorth>fortunately, (re)moving trucks is mostly 'hg rm'
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04:04<@Alberth>hmm, indeed, I missed that :)
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04:05<Wolf01>hello
04:05<@Alberth>hi Wolf
04:06<@Alberth>I didn't know pixels exploded on contact with water, I have to try that one time ;)
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04:30<andythenorth>I have taught the toddler to say 'mu mu land'
04:31<andythenorth>we should replace toyland :P
04:31<@planetmaker>+1 :-P
04:31<Eddi|zuHause>sounds dirty
04:31<@planetmaker>Eddi|zuHause: when children play, it's never ever clean ;-)
04:32<Wolf01>Alberth, didn't know that, but this forum says that Rubidium blocks explode in contact with water: http://powdertoy.co.uk/Discussions/Thread/View.html?Post=191293 eheh :P
04:32<andythenorth>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_KLF#The_Justified_Ancients_of_Mu_Mu
04:34*Alberth wants to play with the powder toy :)
04:35<Pikka>andy: only problem is it's hard to make any money
04:35<Pikka>every time you get a million you have to burn it in a field
04:38<andythenorth>in the rain
04:38<@Alberth>just create a new currency with a really high exchange rate :p
04:38<andythenorth>for 16 hours
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04:47<andythenorth>http://dev.openttdcoop.org/attachments/download/2754/flood_loader.png
04:47*andythenorth waves at Yexo :)
04:48<Eddi|zuHause>"internal error"
04:49<Pikka>fruit loader
04:49<@Alberth>walls do not look very strong for such a high building :)
04:50*andythenorth is playing with powder toy :o
04:50<andythenorth>maybe it can make pixels :P
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05:16<Pikka>aircraft labels D:
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05:42<andythenorth>:o
05:42<Pikka>exactly
05:43<andythenorth>'if found, return this bear to...' ?
05:43<andythenorth>'best before end of xx/yy/zz' ?
05:43<Pikka>yes
05:43<andythenorth>'this way up'
05:48<andythenorth>labels to match planes to airports?
05:48<Pikka>yes
05:48<andythenorth>hmm
05:48<Pikka>like railtypes
05:48<andythenorth>trucks will need those too, when we have NewTruckStops
05:48<andythenorth>but also roadtype labels
05:48<andythenorth>we might need label-labels :P
05:49<Pikka>well
05:49<Pikka>same thing
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07:30<andythenorth>V453000: p.67 here http://dreamsongs.com/Files/PatternsOfSoftware.pdf
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07:30<andythenorth>about painting
07:31<V453000>:)
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07:58<Eddi|zuHause>andythenorth: ever thought about making stadium an industry, accepting passengers, food and beer?
07:58<@planetmaker>and meat!
07:59<Eddi|zuHause>appears only in cities > 10000 inhabitants
07:59<andythenorth>it's a valid idea
07:59<andythenorth>same as hotel
07:59<Eddi|zuHause>yes
08:00<@planetmaker>andythenorth: could be an alternative layout for hotel? :-)
08:00<@planetmaker>hm... we need a more generic name for 'hotel' then
08:00<Eddi|zuHause>could make hotel "must be near water, or high heightlevel"
08:00<@planetmaker>tourist destination (Hotel)
08:00<@planetmaker>tourist destination (stadion)
08:00<Eddi|zuHause>planetmaker: can the station name property be varied depending on layout?
08:01<@planetmaker>Not sure. I think not
08:01<@planetmaker>would require it to be a callback
08:01<Eddi|zuHause>that'd probably be very messy
08:02<@planetmaker>why would it be messy?
08:02<Eddi|zuHause>it needs to be resolvable without the industry present?
08:02<Eddi|zuHause>afaik station names are not stored explicitly
08:03<Eddi|zuHause>(unless you modify it manually)
08:03<@planetmaker>yes. but the location callback needs the same
08:03<@planetmaker>as well as the layout callback
08:04<Eddi|zuHause>i mean, the station name must be recalculateable long after the industry is gone
08:04<Eddi|zuHause>(not sure how this is currently implemented)
08:05*andythenorth is off to a wedding
08:05<andythenorth>might bbl
08:05<@planetmaker>iirc there's two ways for a station name: the game-generated one (which can include a newgrf- supplied string) and custom station names
08:05<@planetmaker>enjoy andythenorth
08:05<andythenorth>or maybe April 1st
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08:47<drac_boy>hi
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09:02<Eddi|zuHause>man... i can't get this timetable right :(
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09:04<drac_boy>heh I never could really figure some of it out before, funny thing was that I was going to ask someone to show me but then that particular server stopped showing up online :-/
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09:11<drac_boy>which of, there any grf creators in here?
09:16<Wolf01>could the game scripts be used to show other players which button to click, maybe making the button blink or something else?
09:16<drac_boy>what you want to blink? just wondering
09:17<Wolf01>the button border for example
09:17<drac_boy>yeah but what kind of button?
09:17<Wolf01>every kind of button in the gui
09:18<Wolf01>but I might need just the main toolbar buttons
09:18<drac_boy>Wolf01 still doesn't make sense to me....they don't need user input asap so why are you trying to do that?
09:19<Wolf01>to teach or give hints to other players
09:19<drac_boy>thats what reading the wiki screenshots are for btw
09:20<Wolf01>not every player is so smart to understand how to use a wiki to learn something
09:20<Wolf01>and most players want to learn ingame
09:20<Wolf01>that's why game scripts were made (tutorials)
09:21<Wolf01>and other similar things
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09:22<drac_boy>Wolf01 if you can't figure out that the same place you downloaded the game from is the place to find help pages that even a youth could easily read ...then I dunno what else to tell you?
09:22<drac_boy>sorry if that was a little harsh..didn't meant to :)
09:22<Wolf01>please tell me why if you don't understand my point, the suggestion has no sense and should not be considered
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09:25<drac_boy>hmm anyhow..for any grf creator around..I'm wondering if theres any limit on the tiles size of industries or theres pretty much none?
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09:30<gheppe>qlcn parla italiano
09:32<Rubidium>most in here don't speak Italian
09:32<drac_boy>yeah I have no clue what italian is
09:32<drac_boy>heh :)
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09:32<Wolf01>I offered my help but he didn't respond :(
09:33<Eddi|zuHause><Wolf01> could the game scripts be used to show other players which button to click, maybe making the button blink or something else? <--- afair something like that has been implemented
09:33<Wolf01>good to know
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09:37<drac_boy>oh there was something else too...can plane and helicopter ids be mixed or its pretty much fixed to 37+3?
09:40<frosch123>Wolf01: check zuu's tutorial scenario & script on bananas
09:41<frosch123>drac_boy: you can have 65000 aircraft no matter what type
09:41<drac_boy>frosch123 heh I should clarify that its going to be an universal grf, not just for ottd
09:42<drac_boy>or is the patch also now unlimited too and I never noticed any news on that?
09:42<frosch123>ok, but you can stil mix plane and helicopters as you wish
09:42<drac_boy>allright, thanks
09:42<drac_boy>was not too sure about that one at first. at least I did figure out that the rail ids can be mixed anywhere
09:44<Zuu>frosch123: Thanks to some help from _Rubidium the bananas database is linked so that when someone picks the scenario, the script is selected as well as a dependency.
09:44<Zuu>Its not possible to do in the GUI, but the underlying system supports it.
09:45<drac_boy>zuu huh, I never knew that...dependency in banana sounds nice
09:45<drac_boy>guess it does make sense for scenarios with newgrf buildings tho
09:45<Zuu>AIs can depend on AI libraries and GS can depend on GS libraries. Other than that, I don't think the GUI support any other dependencies.
09:46<drac_boy>there is only one thing about newgrfs that still annoys me a bit at times but I don't see any plausible ways to fix it...
09:46<Zuu>With GUI I refer to the bananas website BTW.
09:46<drac_boy>having to install grfs in specific orders to avoid some being disabled
09:46<frosch123>wasn't andy working on bananas II ? :p
09:46<drac_boy>eg with Total Bridges or pretty much most of the ecs grfs
09:47<drac_boy>would be nice if one day you could just install grfs in whatever order it apparently is as and it wouldn't bug you anymore. maybe thats just too much to ask atm
09:47<Zuu>Some fun has to be saved for the users ;-)
09:47<drac_boy>zuu you call THAT "fun"? blah :p
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09:49<drac_boy>frosch123 I assume that for patch/ottd its still only 3 railtypes but for ottd alone its plausible to have several?
09:49<drac_boy>or was there something else I'm still not reading yet?
09:50<Pikka>drac_boy: the total number of people who still use TTDPatch you can count on two fingers, I shouldn't bother.
09:50<frosch123>ottd can have 16 railtypes
09:51<drac_boy>pikka not all patch users are even on irc or forum. hell I just haven't bothered with the forum for a long time and still don't :)
09:51<frosch123>if they are not on the forums how would they find your grf?
09:51<drac_boy>frosch123 allright ty, just thinking about the idea of going with two grfs. one with limited rails and other with no limit. don't know yet, will have to see what it'll take to have that coded
09:52<drac_boy>frosch123 mind you when I first started playing with the patch I already had downloaded several grfs and never knew there was a forum for another few months
09:52<frosch123>are you using nfo or nml btw?
09:53<drac_boy>frosch123 I'm not sure yet. I guess I'm more of the artist/owner and looking to someone else to get it coded for most part
09:53<drac_boy>had tried a bit of nfo before but its just not my kind of thing
09:54<frosch123>well, i doubt nml can encode a vehicle grf that works with ttdp
09:54<drac_boy>oh ok
09:55<Eddi|zuHause>hm... don't try to stop a transrapid < 20 tiles from the destination...
09:55<Rubidium>why? Because it reaches it destination?
09:55<frosch123>Eddi|zuHause: just remove some track piece in front
09:55<frosch123>and it can stop within 1 tile
09:55<Rubidium>s/s it/s its/
09:55<drac_boy>heh
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09:58<morph`>WHEN'S THE TIME?!
09:58<drac_boy>I'm just asking anyone in here: what would you first think of if I asked you to name a heavy non-articulated mainline steam locomotive?
09:58<drac_boy>in general that is, no need to be railroad specific
09:59<drac_boy>morph time for....umm..what? :)
09:59<FLHerne>Gresley P1?
09:59<Zuu>Big bertha? :-) I'm probably too young for steemers :-)
09:59<goodger>drac_boy: LNER A4
10:00<morph`>WHEN'S THE TIME FOR.. ?
10:00<drac_boy>heh flherne and goodger you two are british aren't you? :)
10:00<goodger>oh my yes
10:01<FLHerne>Yes :P
10:01<FLHerne>Coronations are probably bulkier, actually...
10:02<drac_boy>zuu heh I did find that one a curiousity to me especially the one rare photo of a big bretha and lner garrat on the same train
10:02<FLHerne>not as big as those huge U.S. things though
10:02<drac_boy>flherne yeah usa was mostly 8-coupled instead
10:03<drac_boy>afaik unless someone corrects me their biggest mainline would had been the 4-8-4 across any network .. although in some areas it was different. UP had a few 10-coupled on their long straight mainlines
10:03<FLHerne>P2s were our only 8-coupled pax locos, AFAIK
10:04<drac_boy>flherne knowing a bit about uk and their restricted clearance gauge I wouldn't be too surprised if 6-coupled were ruled on for that reason
10:05<drac_boy>even now and then I hear of a steam event not having a particular locomotive because it wouldn't fit the bridge/station clearance on its route to the location in question
10:05<FLHerne>Quite likely, the loading gauge here is silly. DD stock sortof shows that
10:06<FLHerne>I seem to remember somethig about Gresley designing a 4-8-2 A4 replacement, not sure though
10:06<drac_boy>flherne even then there were sometimes certain usa locomotives built as small and/or short as they were because of an old clearance problem that was still too expensive to be fixed (usually long tunnels or so)
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10:08<drac_boy>flherne on the contrast there was one old Utah railroad that had a baldwin mallet that had steam pressure operated piston corks only because the usual steel cables would had bind badly on the very sharp curves
10:08<drac_boy>it was a silly thing to watch sometimes, the front truck could swing almost all the way away from the boiler to make the curves...thats how tight it was
10:09<FLHerne>Interesting...those Shay contraptions look quite odd, too
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10:11<drac_boy>btw this was the best one I could find on a short notice http://home.bresnan.net/~bpratt15/images/UintahMallet75.jpg
10:11<drac_boy>its not all curved out yet but it does show you how sharp these poor cheap curves could be
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10:12<FLHerne>That's already rather angled - looks very strange
10:12<drac_boy>flherne the shays were built more or less specifically for logging rails which were often just dumped onto the ground 'as is' which sometimes could be too rough for the usual siderod locomotives to travel over
10:13<drac_boy>having two seperate 2-axle trucks with lot of travel pretty much made the shay able to run on anything
10:14<drac_boy>btw flherne I found a real photo this time http://www.55n3.org/locomotives/mallet/image/uintah.jpg again..some of a curve :)
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10:14<drac_boy>crazy I know, they seem to have been the only railway (afaik) that had mallets on very short curves
10:14<FLHerne>AARK!
10:15<FLHerne>Looks like it might fall over to the left...
10:15<drac_boy>heh well it was a slow line so I don't think they ever had any problem with speed-related derailments :)
10:16<FLHerne>centre-line of the boiler's well outside the outer rail, at least at the front
10:16<drac_boy>and you have to remember that a good bulk of the weight was at the firebox and bunkers which were mostly sitting on the fixed rear section
10:16<drac_boy>it was only the front section that swung
10:17<Eddi|zuHause>i think i properly managed the timetable now. had to move all trains to the depot, put in two waypoints before the join, and let the timetable be recalculated from scratch, then work out an interleaving scheme
10:17<FLHerne>drac_boy: I know :P Still looks worrying though
10:17<Eddi|zuHause>www.informatik.uni-halle.de/~krause/Loisachkirchen%20Transport,%2029.%20Aug%202019.png
10:17<drac_boy>flherne btw re an earlier line of yours...i think there were a few things gresley had wanted to try if it wasn't for everything being interrupted by WWII
10:18<FLHerne>Yeah...shame he never got to try any of them :-(
10:19<drac_boy>flherne the funny thing that I think about tho is that WWII probably also saved some groups of steamers from being cut up 'soon'
10:20<drac_boy>especially on SR where they had the third rails laid down everywhere but still didn't have the fleet needed yet
10:21<drac_boy>so hmm I guess this question may be good for you or some other british user here.. would a 4-4-0 probably had been a decent light mains locomotive?
10:24<FLHerne>Yes, for a while
10:24<drac_boy>from the sound of that I assume theres a different choice?
10:25<FLHerne>Mostly got replaced on heavier workings by 4-6-0s etc later, but stayed in use on secondary lines into the late '50s
10:26<FLHerne>Somerset & Dorset line 2Ps were quite a good example later on
10:27<FLHerne>http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/48/Chilcompton_S_and_D_railway_2121992_9ea2e7a0.jpg - piloting a Bullied Light Pacific
10:27<FLHerne>*Bulleid, even
10:29<FLHerne>LNER and previous went for 4-4-2s over 4-4-0s, don't know if OTTD has any
10:29<FLHerne>GWR moved to 4-6-0s under Churchward in the 190xs and 1910s
10:30<FLHerne>In general, the ex-Midland ones lasted longest
10:31<drac_boy>flherne the thing with the tailing axle always is interesting. sometimes it was due to weight spread other times it was for other reasons instead
10:32<drac_boy>in some cases in usa you could have what should had been a 2-6-2 becoming a 2-6-4 on one railroad instead because of the firebox being a bit too heavy for their own rails
10:34<FLHerne>I think Ivatt liked big fireboxes, which wouldn't fit over a trailing pair of drivers
10:34<drac_boy>flherne and I don't know if you've heard of it but some steam locomotives were called 'welter' because they were designed to be lighter due to the railroad's own restrictions
10:35<drac_boy>even NYC had some welter 4-8-4's too .. not everything on NYC was always big :)
10:36<drac_boy>flherne mind you I've liked the Ivatt locomotives a bit....mainly the moguls
10:36<drac_boy>the Ivatt mogul always seem perfect to me for some reason
10:36<FLHerne>Hmm. Never thought of weight restrictions being an issue on US mainlines, what with the size of everything :P
10:36<drac_boy>not too big boiler but looks perfect
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10:37<FLHerne>I prefer his small-boilered Atlantics myself
10:37<drac_boy>flherne well in northeast some weight restrictions were from old city viaducts
10:37<drac_boy>that explained why certain stations always only saw terminal-located shunters or lightweight 6-coupled powers even into the 40's .. and it only took the emd ft to finally end that restriction for good
10:38<drac_boy>one such viaduct I recall was only good for about 150,000 per axle which pretty much ruled out most modern powers
10:38<drac_boy>the emd ft was a little heavier than that but it was allowed because it didn't have any counterweight dynamics to factor in
10:39<drac_boy>flherne atlantics isn't anything new here but very few railroads really took them up
10:39<drac_boy>if you want a good one look up PRR tho..they had a lot of high-wheeled atlantics :)
10:40<drac_boy>one of these became famous for rushing a photographer specials
10:44<drac_boy>flherne have you ever heard of a 2-2-2-2?
10:45<drac_boy>one of these britian steam history magazine I got had one photo of such locomotive. it was sorta like a 2-2-2 but with a second drive axle added. weird idea indeed. caption even mentioned that very few drivers could figure it out too
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10:50<FLHerne>I've heard of them
10:51<FLHerne>Seems like a bizzare idea, I believe it was a compound with the HP and LP cylinders driving separate axles?
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11:02<drac_boy>going for now but thanks for the help with both steam locomotives and re grfs :)
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11:16<Rhamphoryncus>Augh
11:16<Rhamphoryncus>Build new line. Switch trains to new line. Start upgrading old line. Remove signals on old line. Trains crash... failed to wait for old line to clear :P
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11:28<oskari89>Someone said that Railtypes can have level crossings (unified) on 2-rail lines?
11:28<oskari89>Or do i remeber right :P
11:30<Pikka>no, they can't
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11:39<Eddi|zuHause>... i have a patch for that (no graphical changes)
11:45<oskari89>Hmm, warning devices can be overlayed :P
11:46<@planetmaker>oskari89: that is aslready the case with railtypes
11:46<Pikka>we've been told (tm) that rails aren't going to get to check their neighboring tiles, presumably for performance reasons :)
11:47<@planetmaker>the level crossings are composed of 5 sprites: track + 4 warning signs (each corner 1)
11:47<@planetmaker>and then of course the normal road tile beneath
11:47<@planetmaker>I probably missed the topic :-)
11:47<oskari89>Railtypes can have different type of warning devices? :)
11:48<@planetmaker>yes
11:48<oskari89>And different maintenance costs?
11:48<@planetmaker>each railtype may define its own
11:48<@planetmaker>that's per railtype
11:48<oskari89>Ok.
11:48<oskari89>Just planning Finnish Rail Set ones.
11:48<@planetmaker>but of course railtpyes even may define time-dependent graphics etc :-)
11:49<@planetmaker>but you do not know the build date for rail tiles. Except for depots and stations
11:49<oskari89>So graphics can be "upgraded" on the fly :P
11:50<oskari89>For example, wooden sleepers to concrete ones..
11:51<Pikka>oh no it's april 1st
11:51<oskari89>Not quite yet :P
11:51<Pikka>quite yet
11:52<Pikka>by almost 2 hours
11:52<oskari89>5 hours here :)
11:53<@planetmaker>oskari89: yes, graphics for rail tiles will be updated on the fly, if you use time-dependent ones and it's not a station or depot
11:54<oskari89>Ok.
11:54<@planetmaker>basically what I do e.g. with SwedishRails is for level crossings: I set a transition start date. And use the 2 random bits for the tiles to decide when that particular tile gets converted to the new form
11:54<@planetmaker>within 20 years all tiles are converted. Every 5 years 1/4 of all
11:54<@planetmaker>but thus it doesn't show that strongly :-)
11:55<oskari89>Ok, that's wisely done.
11:55<@planetmaker>should you write in NML and use GPL-licensed: all the code is on the devzone freely available
11:55<oskari89>Maybe.
11:56<@planetmaker>only thing really missing for that set is making use of the new tunnel sprite feature
11:56<@planetmaker>with that updated, I guess I should then call it 1.0 :-P
11:57<oskari89>Properties, such as speed can't be modified on the fly?
11:57<@planetmaker>no
11:57<@planetmaker>they're fixed
11:57<oskari89>Ok, since that would simplify things even more.
11:57<@planetmaker>why?
11:57<@planetmaker>or how?
11:58<@planetmaker>let speed be decided by the trains ;-)
11:58<oskari89>That is true too :P
11:58<@planetmaker>double speed limit is - from at least how I play - only annoying
11:58<@planetmaker>more interesting is a concept of axle weights
11:59<oskari89>Here we in Finland, infrastructure is always limiting train speeds :P
11:59<@planetmaker>which would basically mean to assign that as meta-property to trains by giving them the appropriate railtypes availability
12:03<@planetmaker>but generally: no breakdowns. No wagon speed limits, realistic accel for trains and except when using egrvts also for RV
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12:08<oskari89>Wagon speed limits are more realistic :P
12:08<Zuu>Depends on which reality you live in :-p
12:08<oskari89>It demands you more from infrastructure :)
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12:09<@planetmaker>oskari89: a wagon in reality hardly limits speed. It's the company which disallows faster travel with them
12:09<@planetmaker>so I say, that's even worse ;-)
12:12<__ln__>http://maps.google.com/?t=8&utm_campaign=8bit&utm_source=yt
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12:29<Eddi|zuHause>well... we certainly have april weather here...
12:30<Eddi|zuHause>wind, rain, snow, sunshine (in that order)
12:30<V453000>indeed
12:31<__ln__>i was looking at the weather gadget on desktop and the snow in germany seemed a little surprising
12:33<Eddi|zuHause>it's not _that_ uncommon to snow in april
12:34<@planetmaker>April, April, der macht, was er will
12:34<Eddi|zuHause>although the last time we went searching eastereggs in the snow was like 25 years ago :)
12:34<@planetmaker>we had hail already today. And sunshine. And rain. And wind
12:35<__ln__>only snow and sunshine here today
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12:35<Pinkbeast>Bright and sunny here but still poxy cold
12:36<Eddi|zuHause>planetmaker: i learned it as "April, April, der weiß nicht was er will"
12:36<Eddi|zuHause>it was summerly warm a week ago
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12:38<@planetmaker>we learnt it different then, Eddi|zuHause :-)
12:38<Rhamphoryncus>Wagons aren't limited in speed in the same way that a car engine doesn't have a hard rpm limit. It's an artificial limitation
12:38<@planetmaker>Indeed quite a bit lower... I was kinda happy to not have put away the warmer part of my jacket
12:38<V453000>Eddi|zuHause: was sunny when you wrote it, now it is a thunderstorm here
12:40*Alberth learnt the saying about may just like planetmaker
12:40<@Alberth>*april
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13:11<Jogio>hi moin bonjourno mahlzeit servus tag hello dere mitanand
13:11<Jogio>:-)
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13:17<@Alberth>hi
13:23<Rhamphoryncus>aaaugh. Speedlink Open in UKRS2 is broken and autorefit doesn't work. Nice to find out after manually converting 110 trains
13:25<frosch123>Jogio: you should synchronise the greetings with the current time in areas where the languages are spoken :p
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13:28<Jogio>frosch123: hi moin mahlzeit servus tag hello dere mitanand quack quack quack :-)
13:30<Eddi|zuHause>also, it's "tach", not "tag" :)
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13:34<Jogio>bad news eddi, I think panorama screenshot is cancled by Mr. or Mrs. p.
13:37<@planetmaker>Eddi|zuHause may know that I'm not convinced by Panorama-Screenshot...
13:38<@planetmaker>simply on grounds that it's not a word which I'd associate even on 2nd thought with a zoomed-in one
13:38<Eddi|zuHause>when it wasn't accepted when including the patch, i certainly don't expect it to be accepted now
13:38<@planetmaker>it's only a translation ;-)
13:39<Jogio>but the png you get look like a panorama of the map :-)
13:40<@planetmaker>it's not a thing I'd veto. But I'd not change it to it myself ;-)
13:40*Alberth has 360 degrees photos in mind with 'panorama'
13:40<@planetmaker>Jogio: that's the giant screenshot
13:40<@planetmaker>Alberth: so do I
13:41<Jogio>and it's such a nice word and begins with p exactly like your name
13:41<@Alberth>it does?
13:41<@planetmaker>let's rename OpenTTD to Panorama ;-)
13:41<@Alberth>nah, too ordinary :)
13:41<Eddi|zuHause>i'd accociate "panorama" with any wider overview
13:42<@planetmaker>Amaronap?
13:42<Jogio>good idea for first april planetmaker :-)
13:42<@Alberth>too complicated, nobody will get it :)
13:43<Jogio>Yeah and ARD has copyrights
13:43<Jogio>or ZDF
13:43<@planetmaker>they don't. Nor trademark
13:43<@planetmaker>trademarks are per category
13:44<@planetmaker>and I'd be surprised if they got it reserved for comptuer games
13:44<@Alberth>in which case, we don't have a game, but a 'simulation' :p
13:44<@planetmaker>you can't copyright an ordinary word anyway
13:45<CIA-1>OpenTTD: translators * r24081 /trunk/src/lang/irish.txt:
13:45<CIA-1>OpenTTD: -Update from WebTranslator v3.0:
13:45<CIA-1>OpenTTD: irish - 17 changes by tem
13:45<@planetmaker>it needs to surpass the "Schöpfungshöhe"
13:45<Jogio>oh no it's too late for panorama screenshot
13:45<Jogio>:-)
13:47<@Alberth>hmm, a german explanation of a german word is not helping much :)
13:48<@Alberth>Hmm, code might work better if I stop comparing actual path tile values with conceptual ones :)
13:48<TWerkhoven>base-height?
13:48<Eddi|zuHause>Alberth: why not? handling single-language dictionaries are part of all advanced foreign language classes
13:48<TWerkhoven>ground level
13:48<@planetmaker>Alberth: what word?
13:48<@Alberth>Schöpfungshöhe
13:49<@planetmaker>it's a term from copyright law. It basically describes the need to have *some* originality before you can claim copyright
13:50<@Alberth>Eddi|zuHause: "Die Schöpfungshöhe (auch: Gestaltungshöhe, Werkhöhe)[1] ist ein Kriterium, das im Urheberrecht urheberrechtlich geschützte Werke von solchen Leistungen abgrenzt, die keinem urheberrechtlichen Schutz unterliegen. Die Notwendigkeit einer solchen Abgrenzung in jeder Rechtsordnung beruht darauf, dass das zentrale internationalen Abkommen zum Urheberrecht, die Revidierte Berner Übereinkunft, den Begriff Werk voraus setzt und
13:50<@Alberth>is not very helpful to me :)
13:50<Eddi|zuHause>very legalese :)
13:50<@planetmaker>it basically is the borderline between trivial and genuine work
13:51<@Alberth>planetmaker: yeah, I got that far with the "Eigentumsbegriff" :)
13:51<@planetmaker>:-)
13:52<@planetmaker>You cannot go further basically.
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13:52<@Alberth>:)
13:52<@planetmaker>As in case of doubt a court has to rule whether some work is sufficiently genuine to be subject to copyright or trivial enough to not warrant any protection by copyright
13:53<@Alberth>makes sense
13:55<@planetmaker>e.g. when I adjust contrast and colours of a photo I certainly are below that. But if I cut out the person from it and it on another background it might be sufficient for being subject to copyright
13:55<Eddi|zuHause>there was once a case where someone copied code from a html page, and the other person sued, but lost, because the page was generated by word's "export as HTML" feature, and thus did not reach the "schöpfungshöhe"
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13:56<CIA-1>OpenTTD: rubidium * r24082 /branches/1.2/ (32 files in 4 dirs): (log message trimmed)
13:56<CIA-1>OpenTTD: [1.2] -Backport from trunk:
13:56<CIA-1>OpenTTD: - Update: languages
13:56<CIA-1>OpenTTD: - Fix: A fix that breaks all other cases isn't really a fix. Redo it to make
13:56<CIA-1>OpenTTD: sure that reservations of trains entering or exiting depots are properly made
13:56<CIA-1>OpenTTD: and freed-Fix [FS#5093,FS#5130] (r24071): A fix that breaks all other cases
13:56<CIA-1>OpenTTD: isn't really a fix. Redo it to make sure that reservations of trains entering or
13:57<Jogio>oh it's like christmas
13:58<Rubidium>Christmas? Don't be a fool. Or should we pity the fool?
13:59<@planetmaker>:-)
13:59<Jogio>what we pity the fool? no sounds not good
14:00<@planetmaker>April 1st is April fools day...
14:00<@planetmaker>Christmas is Christmas day ;-)
14:00<Jogio>i wrote some tschuuh- tschuuhs and brum-brums on my wishlist
14:00<@planetmaker>so when we worship Christmas on Christmas, what do we do April 1st?
14:01<V453000>you will see :>
14:01<Jogio>playing openttd?
14:01<V453000>yessss
14:01<@planetmaker>might do that. Though... not me :-(
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14:02<@planetmaker>gotta be near Amsterdam Monday at 9. Thus we leave at 4pm tomorrow...
14:04<V453000>well we start playing at midnight :D
14:04<V453000>this midnight :)
14:04<Jogio>i usually sleep at midnight
14:05<V453000>special day :p
14:05<Jogio>or a little bit later
14:09<V453000>Q: in what timezone is bananas? GMT?
14:09<V453000>or +1?
14:10<Rubidium>utc?
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14:11<V453000>oh :)
14:11<@Alberth>most unix machines use utc :)
14:11<V453000>thanks
14:12<V453000>ooooh o_O I always hated the summer time
14:12<V453000>so now I have in gmt+1 two hours more than utc
14:12<@planetmaker>er what?
14:13<V453000>http://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_UTC.aspx is this correct?
14:13<@planetmaker>we're now at gmt+2
14:13<@planetmaker>yes, it is correct
14:14<@planetmaker>cet = gmt+1. cest = gmt+2
14:14<@planetmaker>gmt knows no summer or winter time.
14:14<V453000>thats what surprised me
14:14<@Alberth>according to tt-forums, even utc has summer time :) " All times are UTC + 1 hour [ DST ]" :p
14:14<V453000>hm ok :)
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14:15<@planetmaker>V453000: it doesn't mean that britain has no summer time (dunno). But the standard time better not have such quirks
14:15<V453000>yes I understand :)
14:16<V453000>I dont quite care about that, I just needed to know when bananas says 1.4.
14:16<@planetmaker>dunno. Probably gmt ;-)
14:16<V453000>:D
14:16<V453000>w/e I upload it today and call it 1.4 edition
14:16<V453000>fuck time :D
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14:43<andythenorth>efening
14:44<@Alberth>moin andy
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15:19<ISA>hey!
15:20<andythenorth>hey!
15:23<ISA>hey andy, You probably know something about industries and it's code?
15:23<andythenorth>:)
15:23<@Terkhen>I reckon he knows a thing or two
15:23<@Alberth>ISA: he suppressed it all from memory
15:25<ISA>as i have done some drawing on the back stage I wanted to know some thing and how I should end them
15:26<ISA>its about mine ground tiles... are they coded as separate and buildings overlap?
15:26<ISA>or is this way possible to code if that not they way they work
15:26<andythenorth>each tile is a stack of sprites
15:26<ISA>so they overlap in other words?
15:26<andythenorth>yup
15:26<andythenorth>1 min
15:26<ISA>like original coal mine for example
15:27<ISA>ground and then buildings over laps them?
15:27<andythenorth>yup
15:27<andythenorth>http://hg.openttdcoop.org/firs/raw-file/3c209564d26f/sprites/graphics/industries/quarry_waterpit.png
15:27<andythenorth>^ that's the FIRS quarry
15:27<ISA>good
15:27<andythenorth>buildings on the right of that spritesheet explain it better than words
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15:28<ISA>dam
15:28<ISA>messed up something :D
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15:28<ISA>back in
15:29<ISA>so thanks andy that cleard things up... Now I can creat some ground tiles then
15:29<ISA>cleared
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15:30<mrfrenzy>hey, I know you have all seen the google 8-bit map today
15:30<mrfrenzy>has someone thought about making a openttd-map-generator from that?
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15:31<@Alberth>no idea what you are talking about
15:31<ISA>:D
15:31<andythenorth>Alberth: http://www.pcworld.com/article/252974/google_maps_goes_8bit_for_april_fools.html
15:32<andythenorth>it's like railroad tycoon :P
15:32<ISA>yup
15:32<@Alberth>neat :)
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15:32<ISA>or transport giant or whatever the game was called
15:33<@Alberth>there are ascii-art generators that you can tweak, I think
15:33<Rubidium>interesting...
15:33<Rubidium>both the Netherlands and Poland are shown, but Germany not yet (as name) at reasonably zoomed out level
15:34-!-smoovi [~smoovi@e178217087.adsl.alicedsl.de] has joined #openttd
15:34<__ln__>http://google-latlong.blogspot.com/2012/03/begin-your-quest-with-google-maps-8-bit.html
15:34<Rubidium>then zooming in one step shows Berlin (not Germany), but also two towns in Denmark and two in France. The oddity
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15:35<Rubidium>streetview is just plain ugly though
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15:38<oskari89>Streetview looks like acid trip :P
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15:45<andythenorth>" Your system may not meet the minumum requirements for 8-bit computations."
15:46<andythenorth>google did a typo :o
15:47<ISA>XD
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15:52<ISA>ok Im off
15:53<ISA>watching ny red bulls game on tv
15:53<ISA>cya
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16:03<drac_boy>hi
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16:12<@Terkhen>hi drac_boy
16:13<drac_boy>hi terkhen how're you?
16:14<@Terkhen>can't complain
16:14<@Terkhen>but I usually do anyways
16:14<drac_boy>heh
16:15<drac_boy>doing ok here, just had a nice resting
16:15<drac_boy>wondering about trying do some more grf work or not....still no good online games atm as usual :-s
16:16<mrfrenzy>how is work coming on the 32bpp-graphics?
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16:29<oskari89>Does someone know that can default level crossing warning sound be replaced with grf?
16:29<oskari89>Or having a continous level crossing warning sound when level crossing is on warning state?
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16:37<Eddi|zuHause>andythenorth: there's a bug with the log tug: it moves backwards while unloading
16:37<andythenorth>I thought I fixed that :P
16:38<andythenorth>hmm
16:38<andythenorth>it has to move a bit
16:39<andythenorth>changing the size of the 'vehicle' means changing the centre of rotation
16:39<frosch123>oskari89: you can replace all sounds with newgrfs. but for the level crossing there is only a sound for closing it
16:39<drac_boy>log tug....you one of the people working on that boat grf?
16:39<frosch123>you can make it longer or shorter, but there is no releation with reopening
16:42*drac_boy still plays with danmack's old one-boat fishing boat grf at times
16:43<oskari89>frosch123: Closing? I thought when train is on top of crossing :)
16:43<andythenorth>as far as I know, nobody is currently working on boat grfs, although Michael Blunck might be
16:43<frosch123>might also be that
16:44<frosch123>it's the same when not using pbs
16:44<frosch123>and i have not played with sound since the introduction of pbs :p
16:44*drac_boy never bothered with any sound/music in the game due to other things in background having focus on the sound card anyway
16:45<drac_boy>heh heh
16:45<frosch123>exactly ^^
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16:46<frosch123>and after installing a flash blocking ff-addon with white-listing (i.e. block everything by default), there are no longer any stupid ads babbling into my music
16:46<frosch123>though i was quite surprised that a flash blocker blocks 90% of all ads
16:47<frosch123>nowadays
16:47<drac_boy>I just simply don't have flash and the host set to not allow external domains ... stupid simple solution after all :)
16:47<frosch123>i stopped using adblockers since they slowed everything... but the flash blocker plugin is trivial compared to the fance adblockers
16:49<SpComb>NoScript has useful side-effects
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16:53<Eddi|zuHause>i just disabled JavaScript and all plugins (means Flash)
16:53<Eddi|zuHause>and then half a dozen urls into the image filter
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16:56<frosch123>night
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17:02<drac_boy>any of you know of any good example of C' (or 0-6-0 for these other people) light duty diesel locomotive? just wanted look up some photos, not much else there
17:02<drac_boy>don't care which transmission it uses
17:03<Eddi|zuHause>drac_boy: west german V60 (i believe the east german V60 was D, not C)
17:04<Eddi|zuHause>http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/DB-Baureihe_V_60
17:05<drac_boy>heh I had forgotten about that one, thanks
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17:08<drac_boy>while we're at the V numbering, how about the V200 with Y exhaust .. or V36 hauling these thunder coaches
17:08<drac_boy>:)
17:09*andythenorth shirks drawing trucks
17:10<Eddi|zuHause>no idea what an Y exhaust is
17:10<drac_boy>sorry I think thats what some people called them...since rather than going straight up as usual it was deflected off toward both sides as to blow clear of the overhead wires
17:11<drac_boy>andythenorth road or offroad kind? :)
17:11<andythenorth>road kind
17:12<drac_boy>Kensworth? heh .. maybe I shouldn't ask and just let you get back to work
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17:13<Eddi|zuHause>drac_boy: i know that only of the V160 (BR 218) that the exhaust was "split" sidewards
17:14<drac_boy>hmm maybe it was that one instead, sorry
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17:25<andythenorth>hmm
17:25<andythenorth>T/E coefficient is a direct proxy for gear ratios in vehicles
17:25<andythenorth>i.e. gear ratio is a factor in actual TE
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17:26<andythenorth>also....bedtime
17:26<andythenorth>good night
17:26<drac_boy>bye andythenorth
17:27<@Terkhen>good night andythenorth
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17:27<drac_boy>hmm allright think I got the locomotive list almost done now
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17:37<drac_boy>hmm would you had quoted it as A-1 or A'1 for a locomotive with two axles but only one powered?
17:38*Rhamphoryncus ponders the fact that a 1.5 tile logging truck carries 141 tonnes of wood but the 4 tile train carries 180 tonnes
17:38<drac_boy>Rhamphoryncus thats the problem with different grfs coming together on a single map I believe :-/
17:39<Rhamphoryncus>yeah
17:39<drac_boy>and beside 141 tonnes sound a bit on the heavy side even if it was only an offroad log truck
17:40<Rhamphoryncus>aye
17:40<drac_boy>Rhamphoryncus also one of the other problem I've sometimes wondered about is how do you define the weight of a overly-generic cargo too? I mean "goods" could mean one 4x10ft crate holds only 20kg of glass yet another 2x6ft crate holds 100kg of lead blocks
17:40<Rhamphoryncus>The articulated flatbed does 56
17:41<Rhamphoryncus>Goods are deliberately vague
17:41<drac_boy>'food' is another one too..and I'm sure theres a few more
17:42<drac_boy>Rhamphoryncus also I'm still thinking about the HEQS trams (I'm guilt for loving them ok??!)
17:43<drac_boy>two 48km/h trams in a circular loop can haul much more for cheaper than two cheap 0-6-0 Goods locomotive in ukrs2 would think about dealing with
17:43<drac_boy>^_^
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17:46<drac_boy>Rhamphoryncus I'm not trying to bushwhack anyone but I never understood why airplanes are always left artifically too cheap :p
17:46<Rhamphoryncus>too cheap? Anything short of infinite is free :P
17:47<drac_boy>you're really funny
17:47<drac_boy>:)
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17:47<Rhamphoryncus>I'm actually serious. Once you're established you never worry about money again
17:48*drac_boy thinks you'll have to play one of my game where most costs are finally reasonable
17:48<drac_boy>:)
17:49<Rhamphoryncus>I've tried to balance costs in my own games. Usually I die early on by picking something that's not profitable. After a couple attempts I find what works.. then the game reverts to normal.
17:50<CIA-1>OpenTTD: rubidium * r24083 /branches/1.2/ (6 files in 4 dirs): [1.2] -Update: documentation
17:51<drac_boy>heh
17:52*Pinkbeast uses HEQS trams for short hops only, they're taking the mickey a bit for train distances
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17:53<drac_boy>pinkbeast what do you use when you want to fly? :)
17:54<Pinkbeast>av8, but I rarely use aircraft at all
17:54<Pinkbeast>Except choppers for pax to oil rigs.
17:54<drac_boy>russiaplanes for me because of two considerations that I've found most other grfs to be missing out on
17:54<drac_boy>:)
17:54<Pinkbeast>Hm?
17:54<drac_boy>one: actual cargo planes
17:55<CIA-1>OpenTTD: rubidium * r24084 /tags/fools/: -Release: the April fools release
17:56<drac_boy>lol, not april 1 yet for another 6 hours here :)
17:57<Rubidium>you live in the wrong time zone
17:57<drac_boy>or maybe you do :p
17:57<drac_boy>pinkbeast mind you I do actually fly my cargos once in a while mainly due to difficult terrains for land transport otherwise
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18:28<@Terkhen>good night
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18:55<Wolf01>'night
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18:56<drac_boy>hi
18:56<drac_boy>just wondering but how do you make sure that the original vehicles doesn't load at all especially if multigrf was enabled?
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19:12<xQR>planetmaker the "full changelog" link at the news post doesn't work ^^
19:16<xQR>it has a " or %22 at the end
19:27<drac_boy>hmm 'railmotor' or 'railcar' ... sometimes I hate multiply english terms
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19:53<Eddi|zuHause>that was weird...
19:54<drac_boy>what was? :-/
19:54<Eddi|zuHause>my internet disappeared
19:54<drac_boy>ic :-|
19:54<drac_boy>well you're here now
19:54<Eddi|zuHause>but there was no actual error.
19:54<Eddi|zuHause>modem synced
19:54<Eddi|zuHause>lan connected
19:54<Eddi|zuHause>everything normal
19:55<__ln__>but is this the same internet you were disconnected from?!
19:56<Eddi|zuHause>yes. i hope :p
19:56<Eddi|zuHause>maybe they replaced the internet with a fake one meanwhile
19:57<__ln__>yes, that happens all the time yet people rarely come back to tell about it
19:57<drac_boy>:)
20:11<drac_boy>so what you going do online then eddi?
20:12<Eddi|zuHause>sleeping. of course
20:13<drac_boy>heh I hope you weren't looking for any epillows then ;)
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