Discussion in 'Troubleshooting & Support' started by raf658, Feb 1, 2018.
Is it possible to have a diagram with controls named in Rapid Transit?
I'm guessing that you mean the engine controls. Of course, this (and numerous other things) should be in the manual put out by DTG, but there's only an image of the passenger door controls, which will not be used by most drivers and doesn't label the controls, anyway; just to spread the blame around, it isn't in Rudolf Heijink's TrainSim World starters guide either. This is a very strange and negligent omission on the part of DTG, who include this kind of helpful information in most of their manuals for TS.
Shame on them!
It is very difficult to move for every single button, thus I reccomend learning the keyboard shortcuts. If you desire a cab diagram, then please wait until I can get my broken 1080ti back so that I can run TSW. Anyways, that aside, the main controls are as follows:
Increase throttle: A
Decrease throttle: D
Increase indirect brakes: ;
Decrease indirect brakes: '
Move reverser forwards: W
Move reverser backwards: S
Acknowledge SiFa: Q
Open doors (TSXX only): T
Open doors (TSW only): Tab+Mouseclick
Speed set activate (TSXX only): X
Set speed (TSXX only): K
Set speed (TSW only): R
PZB Acknowledge: Pg Down
PZB Free: End
PZB Override: Del
Windscreen Wipers setting increase: V
Windscreen Wipers setting decrease (TSW only): Shift+V
Headlights setting increase: H
Headlights setting decrease: Shift+H
Emergency brakes: Either End+Pg Down OR Backspace
Leave cab: E
I might have forgotten some, if you require additional help, feel free to ask. I will make a diagram as soon as the condition said is fulfilled.
sorry forget what I said, I found a spare GTX745 in my backyard and that was enough to run TSW. (Don't ask why I have a 745 in my backyard)
Here ya go, I made that diagram
From one Prof to another, sincere thanks. I'm not sure about this engine, but in the NEC Amtrak engine some of the master controller (I think that's the correct term for those computer screens) "buttons" work when clicked. For example, screen brightness can be increased and decreased; no big deal, but a bit more authenticity in the cab.
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