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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby NStrains » Sat Jan 14, 2017 8:14 pm

JohnT wrote:Hi,
just to endorse the comments above, the keyboard [;] works but not the ['] so brakes can be applied but cannot be released via the keyboard on my set-up. Plus there is something funny going on with mouse operations via click spots as well. Not had time to fully explore but suspect it to be in line with that reported above.
As an aside, out of interest, what and where is this route that is being referenced in the above post?

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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby NStrains » Sun Jan 15, 2017 12:46 pm

I'm finally getting around to testing out the Pennsy pack today and it seems that the EL unit wants to crash when turning the headlights on to bright. And so far both the EL and CR will not let you adjust brake difficulty. Haven't tried out the PC unit yet since the game keeps crashing while turning on the EL headlight.

Otherwise great model, great paint and great sounds!

EDIT: The EL headlight thing was false. I was starting off in Woodridge on the Bergen Line and my laptop just didn't like it. Headlight causes no issues.
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby martin06 » Mon Jan 16, 2017 11:05 am

NStrains wrote:I'm finally getting around to testing out the Pennsy pack today and it seems that the EL unit wants to crash when turning the headlights on to bright. And so far both the EL and CR will not let you adjust brake difficulty. Haven't tried out the PC unit yet since the game keeps crashing while turning on the EL headlight.

Otherwise great model, great paint and great sounds!

EDIT: The EL headlight thing was false. I was starting off in Woodridge on the Bergen Line and my laptop just didn't like it. Headlight causes no issues.
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Would it be possible to send some images of the error?
Today we update and fix brake errors.
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby chris6064 » Mon Jan 16, 2017 11:52 am

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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby martin06 » Mon Jan 16, 2017 2:00 pm

The brake problem with the keys. Already been solved.
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby NStrains » Mon Jan 16, 2017 2:44 pm

Martin, for me the only problem is the keyboard not corresponding with the HUD on the brakes. Other than that I have no issues.

chris6064 wrote:Here's the problem https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfI2hdGQAPY

The handle moving like that is because of the advanced brake script. You can only move the handle so far at a time before you have to let off for a second and then move again.
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby thor1969 » Mon Jan 16, 2017 5:14 pm

Sorry currently not able to create a video showing the behaviour.
I mostly use F3 HUD, there the trainbrake sticks to 23% and never changes the value if operated by keyboard. Air hiss is heard, but nothing happens. Also the display of the brake status like released, minimal reduction and so on change all the time.
F4 HUD works fine and let's operate the loco without issues.

Grabbing the brake handles with the mouse:
Independent brake handle never moves, if you grab trainbrake the independent brake is operated.

Besides from that, as mentioned, reverser and wipers produce no sound when operated. For the lightswitches and power handle not sure.

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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby AmericanSteam » Tue Jan 17, 2017 11:49 am

martin06 wrote:The brake problem with the keys. Already been solved.

I have V1.0 is there a more current version available?
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby dgallina » Tue Jan 17, 2017 2:12 pm

FYI there's something wrong with the version that's currently on the site.

I tried to download the pack again to see if it was updated & the zip file I got was corrupted each time. I tried three times & from different machines so it's a problem with the file.

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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby martin06 » Wed Jan 18, 2017 2:39 pm

Notice to all: He finished the second update to Pennsy pack which fix the brakes keys and all the sounds inside the cab.
Soon all buyers will receive the update.
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby minerman146 » Wed Jan 18, 2017 11:17 pm

I went to T&D to download ver 1.1 and while it did download, I got a corrupted file error while extracting, tried it twice, attempted repair and no success. I sent an email with my findings to info@trainsimshop.com.
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby thor1969 » Sat Jan 21, 2017 7:39 am

Tried downloading today, Version reads now 1.12 and file seems to be OK, at least I can open this one now. For a test I have to wait until I return home :-)

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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby dgallina » Sun Jan 22, 2017 6:36 pm

Yes! I can confirm that the 1.12 download is good & installs fine.

Thanks for fixing it folks!

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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby minerman146 » Mon Jan 23, 2017 12:12 am

Download and install was clean. Though we need to talk about the 'jerky" brake handles.
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby thor1969 » Fri Feb 10, 2017 4:39 pm

confrm, no issues so far anymore - only minor glitch is the train brake handle moves not like it should when you operate brake by keyboard like mentioned in previous post.
But seems not to have an impact on the functionality.

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