Critical section in Modular layout

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Postby Buddace » 16.02.2010, 13:52

Rob I will try...
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Postby rjversluis » 16.02.2010, 14:11

Hi Buddace,

do not despair, I will help you if you can point out the 'not working' routes.
Best Regards, Rob.
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Postby Buddace » 16.02.2010, 14:21

rjversluis wrote:Hi Buddace,

do not despair, I will help you if you can point out the 'not working' routes.

Thanks Rob. My group will join in a Model Train Exhibition 6 and 7 Mars I would like use rocarail for first automatic running of layout.
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Postby Buddace » 16.02.2010, 15:42

Are you running in auto mode?

Yes it is.
How do you determine that some routes do not work?

(look layout attachment).
1)put train in a Misato block (Misato station, first block from bottom)
2)set destination Borgo Sulserio
3)start train
4)train move to Torre San Giacomo!
If I follow train it shuttle between Misato & TorreSanGiacomo (screen attached)
Note train from BorgoSulserio can reach Misato.
Set the auto mode trace level active in the rocrail ini, or in the rocrail terminal a<enter>, and check the rocrail traces for messages about those not working routes. There must be a reason why they are not used.

I attached trace.
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Postby rjversluis » 16.02.2010, 17:16

Hi,

I will investigate this evening.
Is your setup also in the zip file? (*.xml)
Best Regards, Rob.
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Postby Buddace » 16.02.2010, 17:23

rjversluis wrote:Hi,

I will investigate this evening.
Is your setup also in the zip file? (*.xml)

No, i put all in this
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Postby rjversluis » 16.02.2010, 19:29

Hi Buddace,

first results:

- The module arrangement is correct.

But before I do more investigations I want to know if there is a direct route from a Misato block to Borgo Sulserio.
Rocrail does not have an auto router to find the wanted destination, so if there is no direct route the train will run to the first fitting destination and will stop in the wanted destination coincidentally when it is ever getting there.
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Postby Buddace » 16.02.2010, 21:12

ok....in same time can I ask another request ? In tabview can don't rotate modules ?
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Postby Buddace » 16.02.2010, 23:36

MMm . see this with -tabview switch in rocview. Borgo Sulserio is 90 degree left rotated like modular layout...I would like see without rotation, how ?
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Postby rjversluis » 17.02.2010, 07:43

Hi,

the rotation is done in the Rocrail server, not in the Rocview.

A work around is to copy the arrangement plan file to plan-tab.xml and remove the rotations.

But if you want both, clients with module view and some in tab view, you have a problem.
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Postby Buddace » 17.02.2010, 08:53

rjversluis wrote:But if you want both, clients with module view and some in tab view, you have a problem.

Yes I have a problem ;)
Image

Client with tabview have view without rotation... with rotation is hard "to drive" station
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Postby Buddace » 17.02.2010, 14:44

Another question, can I forge delete and regenerate "auto-generated-route" ??
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Postby rjversluis » 17.02.2010, 15:16

Routes between modules are always generated new at startup and not saved at shutdown.
Best Regards, Rob.
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Postby Buddace » 17.02.2010, 16:23

rjversluis wrote:Routes between modules are always generated new at startup and not saved at shutdown.

Ok! No idea about rotation in tabview ? Current with rotation is not clear..
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Postby rjversluis » 17.02.2010, 16:51

Hi,

Buddace wrote:No idea about rotation in tabview ? Current with rotation is not clear..


Ideas I have, but time is another dimension.

The Rocview uses the x,y,z,rotation to show position of objects.
Before Rocrail calculates the rotated position it saves the original in backup attributes which Rocview could use instead to show the none rotated version of the module.

You can put this as FR at LP, but without guarantee or dead line as usual.
Best Regards, Rob.
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