PC Carriages Within Tanker Consist During 363 Tutorial Show Coupled But Couplers Are Drooping

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  1. paul.pavlinovich

    paul.pavlinovich Well-Known Member

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    In your consist which is behaving as though it is all coupled up, if you look at the cars, they're not actually coupled

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    Generally on coupled freight cars, shouldn't the A-thingy rest in the the B-thingy on a properly coupled train?
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    Yep certainly should tygerways#2596 otherwise it could snag things
     
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    Even after the last update, the couplers are still dangling on all cars in the Dresden DLC except for the Sggmrss..
     
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    I suspect they fixed the game breakers first. I've never looked at other German routes - what happens in them?

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    On the Roos-t 645 (in HHL) they dangle as well. Other German freight cars I don't own.
     
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    Possibly a long term issue then not too likely to get fixed.
     

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