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Wsr Minehead Shunter Pt2

Discussion in 'PC Discussion' started by Hatter, Jan 19, 2020.

  1. Hatter

    Hatter New Member

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    Hi there
    Having a few issues with this scenario.
    Load the scenario and get the written instructions at the bottom left.
    Then get the objective instruction at the top left to board the loco. Do this ok.
    Sit in drivers seat, then get the set headlights, rear lights. Do this ok.
    Then master key on, select reverse, release the brakes and sound the horn twice. Do all these ok.
    Then get set throttle to on. Do this and loco starts to move.
    Now the problem, no more instructions, no objective marker, instruction at top left stays as set throttle to on.
    Stopped and waited for 5 mins but no change so checked on map view and managed to stop at end of path. Still nothing else happens. Tab signalbox but get denied, no route set. If pass the red then scenario failed message.
    Is there a bug in this scenario or route?
    Checked on Steam and validated TSW files. All came back as ok.
    Settings set to show objective markers (as always have been).
    Any help appreciated.
    Thanks
    Peter
     
  2. Lightwalker

    Lightwalker New Member

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    The red light issue that denies the "request to pass" and replies "no route available" happened to me too on that particular scenario and also on another scenario in a different route. I waited quite some time, tried a few things and then gave up trying to finish the scenario. There is no solution and yes that's a bug. Hopefully (but I suppose not soon) it will be sorted out.
     
  3. Hatter

    Hatter New Member

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    Thanks for that.
    Hopefully they can sort things out, but like you said, probably not in the near future.
    Peter
     

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