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Functions Of These Buttons:

Discussion in 'Xbox One' started by Thel Vadamee33, Mar 13, 2018.

  1. Thel Vadamee33

    Thel Vadamee33 New Member

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    What are the functions of these buttons:

    - Spare
    - Train Supply
    - DRA
    - LED Test
    - DSD
    If anyone could explain all of these, I will be extremely grateful. I am a noob, I know.
     
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  2. pschlik

    pschlik Well-Known Member

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    Some of those are decoration and don't do anything because their functions IRL are not vital to driving a train...

    Train Supply turns on an off the lights in the passenger cars. Dim = lights off, Bright = lights on.

    DRA prevents you from turning on the power while it is on. Used when stopped to act as a reminder to check something before setting off (usually a red signal to look out for) as you don't want to take power then realize you still need to be stopped.

    DSD is the pedal that one uses to reset a DSD alarm. Ignore it, you don't need to touch it.
     
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  3. Thel Vadamee33

    Thel Vadamee33 New Member

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    Thank you very very much, I really appreciate that. :)
     
  4. stay4evergaming

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    unless of course you have activated DSD and/or AWS then you will need to press the pedal when the DSD alarm goes off(this is to make sure the driver is still alert active and present at the cab desk)
     
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    pschlik Well-Known Member

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    Or you hit A and both DSD and AWS are reset-in which case you still ignore the DSD. Why would anyone look down at their feet to manually hit DSD when it goes off?
     
  6. stay4evergaming

    stay4evergaming Member

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    well that depends on if you want to run a full point and click sim or if you want to simplify it but yes you have a good point i do tend to just use the button that does both would be nice to have a cab controller with a foot pedal mind you
     
  7. ComesBrothers

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    I sometimes also play with this, gives me just that little bit extra of a real train driver:D
    If you press B button you press DSD and AWS button, and sometimes I look down and press DSD with A just to test :P
     

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