Started by dedgren, December 20, 2006, 07:57:49 PM
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Quote... did you play Cities XL? And what is your verdict on that game?
Quote from: ldvger on January 09, 2011, 01:47:42 PMDavid-Excellent work on the RR Crossing! I just LOVE realism in game, the more the better, can't get enough. But what about speed limits on the roads? I mean, it seems to me that the higher the speed limit on the road, the further away from the RR crossing the warning would appear, right? Would there be a way to assign distances for the warning from the crossing based on road size? In SC4, we have streets, roads, avenues, and highways, each with an assumed speed limit (I guess...I never checked to see if the vehicles moving along the traffic networks move at different speeds on different roads).EDIT: Lora, I know that the speed limit issue has been looked at by others, and that the automata move at a uniform rate that is determined by the transit type (i.e.: highway, road, street) involved. It would be great if vehicles would slow down around sharp road curves , up a long hill, or through a rail level crossing. That one, though,, may well be beyond our power to MOD the simulator. -DE
QuoteIntersection and Turn Capacity EffectThis property consists of three values that affect the capacity of networks as they approach intersections. (Not all networks are affected; this property is generally intended for road networks.) The values are multipliers that are applied to squares surrounding an intersection. The first value is applied to the capacity of the intersection itself, the second value is applied to the square directly adjacent to the intersection containing traffic approaching it, and the third value is applied to the square one square beyond the second square.
QuoteIn addition, as per a discovery made by myself and jplumbley in September 2008, network tiles with paths in 3 or more directions are technically considered "Intersections" by the game, and thus, the Intersection and Turn Capacity Effect modifies the capacity of those tiles.
Quote from: dedgren on January 09, 2011, 02:00:43 AMWell, I dunno ... is it?David701393
Quote from: dedgren on January 09, 2011, 11:42:15 PMTalk about a can of worms, though. We have to anticipate pretty much every possibility- and there's some pretty weird possibilities.
Quote from: dedgren on January 09, 2011, 03:33:11 PMOther than that, how's the weather in Malmo?David701746
Quote from: Jespernilsson on January 11, 2011, 07:15:28 AMWe are just recovering from what could have been the worst snowfall in a decade. We're not used to a lot of snow here down south, ask that other swede who resides here (can't remember the name now sorry!) whom I think lives up north. He can probably tell you more about snow than me!That curvy road is just awesome. Edit: Just remembered that you are from Alaska, so I guess you will win in knowledge of snow
Quote from: riiga on January 11, 2011, 08:45:51 AMI think you are referring to metasmurf, as he resides in Umeå. I'm yet another Swede and I live in Linköping, about 400 km northeast of Malmö. We've had lots of snow here, and currently it's fluctuating between -5°C and +2°C, so we're having a hard time here due to all the slippery ice which conviniently shows up as soon as it gets above 0°C, and then of course the ice decides to stay, causing traffic accidents, people slipping and public transit running late... So yes, I'd say this is the worst winter that I've experienced so far.
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