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Another two videos are up – Last stream was a short one (busy busy)
And you are a true champion for doing so, Tat.
Already using it in my current LP and they are awesome. 😀
Guess who’s back, back again… Mansen’s back… Tell a friend. Heh…
Anyway – After an unintendedly long break I’m finally back to playing Train Fever again. With a few mods to boot.
(“Season 2” at the bottom – Two episodes up already with another two being processed right now. Streaming tomorrow night)
Disable the HDR setting – That’s kinda what the high dynamic range feature is for.
Hate to burst your bubbly opinion of McAfee – but this is far from the first time it has reported false positives for applications. And more often than not with the typical “generic” pattern that is beyond useless.
McAfee aren’t the only ones either – I cannot stress enough that you need to have an AV suite with a whitelisting feature. It’s going to happen again some day.
Not everyone has the Steam version you know…
Because you are using an Intel HD card. They are notorious for producing odd graphical glitches when they do work with games. Best you can hope for is an update from the developers.
Signals on the outer side of the double track (Or the right side of where the trains are driving)
You still have to make two lines opposite to get the trains to use both platforms – Devs are working on a platform selection feature.
Actually it lowers it at the end point – given the context of your discussion.
Removing the road connections between cities can cause city shrinking if you’re not capable of fulfilling all of the transportation needs of the people living there.
I’d focus on more/bigger/faster lines between the cities that you see cars driving first – before deleting any roads.
Scroll down in the road building menu – There’s the “country roads” you’re looking for. (They will later be upgraded to asphalt by the game)
It’s obviously not a Laptop if he’s mentioning a power supply – Intel HDs are “on-chip” on processors nowadays, Person.September 14, 2014 at 12:10 in reply to: Passengers choosing the long route instead of short #8123
Passengers want to get to their destination as fast as possible – If the train going past C is faster than waiting for a train going directly to A, they’ll board it. Even if it isn’t particular “real life” realistic.
Edit: You’re using the wrong kind of link for an image post. But here’s the URL for the image for anyone else.
- This reply was modified 7 years, 8 months ago by Mansen.
Trains? No. Since the names don’t carry over I’d just end up forgetting to do it later on.
Lines on the other hand have a fairly strict naming system. City location, cargo type and a number.
Power Supplies are fairly in-expensive should your old one turn out not to be strong or stable enough. We’re talking in the 40-60$ range – Same as your typical harddrive really. 🙂