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Discussion in 'PC Discussion' started by olsbyn, Aug 24, 2020.

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  1. olsbyn

    olsbyn Member

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    Does anyone know if it's possible in TSW2 to hide everything but the objective marker, I know you can hide the entire HUD by pressing F1, but I would prefer seeing where my next station stop is ?
     
  2. Oystein

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    Objective marker Ctrl + 1
    Next speed marker Ctrl + 2
    Next signal marker Ctrl + 3
    Next signal and speed indicator Ctrl + 4
    Main hud Ctrl + 5
    The action points indicator Ctrl + 6
    Stop marker Ctrl + 7
    Centre reticule Ctrl + 8

    ;)
     
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  3. olsbyn

    olsbyn Member

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    Thanks, I found it and went back to post, you beat me to it :)
    Thread should be useful to new players to :)
     
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  4. Oystein

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    This information can be found in the TSW 2020 manual which has 101 pages, unlike TSW 2 manual that only has 24 pages and very little information.

    TSW 2020 manual
     
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  5. davidh0501

    davidh0501 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the list Oystein.
    I’ve been wanting to get rid of action points bar.
     
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  6. FeralKitty

    FeralKitty Well-Known Member

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    To be fair, the TSW2 link is to the Quick Start Guide. We should probably wait for DTG to release the full manual before comparing page counts.
     
  7. Medellinexpat

    Medellinexpat Well-Known Member

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    We should probably wait for DTG to release the full manual before comparing page counts.

    Why? They’ve released the game. Why isn’t there a complete manual? And before someone suggests the development team is very busy generally documentation isn’t written by the coders. Having a complete manual isn’t a chore it helps the product. When newbies have issues that they can’t resolve they often give up and stop using the product. They then never buy another add on.

    I’ve had an issue a couple of times on the Bakerloo line that isn’t covered by the documentation. Yes I could try pushing all of the buttons in different sequences to see what will work but decent documentation would help.

    I’m more of a flight simmer these days and I’ll agree most of the documentation for those products looks as if it was written during a meal break. But then the forums for those products has far more participation from the developers suggesting solutions or discussing changes. Dovetails role on this forum is more of an administrator.
     
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  8. Inkar

    Inkar Well-Known Member

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    TBH, if they are making a full manual they should announce it and put it in the roadmap. Calling it a "Quick Start Guide" in the "Guides" section would also help people know that is not the full manual and that there is a full version coming.
     
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  9. Trooper117

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    Well, at least we won't have people chiming in with 'RTFM' every couple of posts...
     

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