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  2. ADL Enviro 200 Released!

    Sorry I am a bit late with this, what's causing the mirrors to lag is that there are twice as many mirror entries in the .bus file and this section has been duplicated so there are four times as many mirror entries. If you remove all but the first three mirror entries then the mirrors should no longer lag.
  3. Bus Spotting

    Got on Stagecoach London's TA1 (S801BWC) today on it's last day in service. This was the company's first low floor double decker and is now over 15 and a half years old: Stagecoach London TA1 (17001) - S801BWC by Liam 336, on Flickr
  4. Happy b-day JayKae!

    Happy Birthday!
  5. Happy b-day Oh Gaz!

    Happy Birthday!
  6. Happy birthday Gneb!

    Happy Birthday!
  7. OMSI 2 LHD Maps

    To get the passengers on left path maps to work you'll need to open the map in the editor and change the 'Entrance/exit side' label to 1. This tells the bus stop cube to only accept passengers from the left side of the bus (if this is left empty it will assume passengers will board from the right, and by default this label will be left blank as it is a new label that wasn't in OMSI 1), which means passengers no longer walk through your bus to the right hand side before boarding and after exiting it. The only fault with the OMSI 1 bus stop cube that still remains is that AI buses still pull in to the wrong side of the cube, and if the cube is placed beside the kerb the bus will be half on the pavement. Also, in most OMSI 1 left path maps the bus stop cubes were placed half a bus width away from the kerb so AI buses stop in the correct place, but in OMSI 2 because the passengers walk up to the side of the bus stop cube they will stand in the middle of the road, so if you don't mind the AI buses driving half on the pavement at bus stops, then you might want to move the bus stop cubes closer to the kerb so that the passengers will wait in the correct place. Other than this left path maps should work as well in OMSI 2 as an identical right path map once the bus stop cube 'Entrance/exit side' label is changed.
  8. Bus Spotting

    Took some photos at Metroline's Alperton Garage Open Day on Saturday: http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157644683009480/
  9. Bus Spotting

    Took a few photos at Stagecoach London's Catford Garage Centenary Open Day yesterday: http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157644207640479/
  10. Bus Spotting

    Yes, it's a Volvo 7900H, the 7900 is the successor to the 7700 as far as I'm aware. That 7900H was new this year, and was the newest bus in service today on both the 9 and the 15. For the 2012 running day First Berkshire put a newish Volvo B9TL onto the 9 and 15.
  11. Bus Spotting

    Took a couple of photos from today's running day on the 9 and 15 today: First Berkshire VSH69934 - BJ63UJZ by Liam 336, on Flickr Ensignbus RT3232 - KYY961 by Liam 336, on Flickr
  12. New Country-side map - Tettau v1.0

    Your AI group for your buses has got the wrong name, it should be Hof T_S instead of Hof Tettau (the reference to the AI group is in the .ttl timetable file, rather than in the .hof file). The name of the .hof file needs to go below, so the AI list should be like this (I've highlighted the changes you need to make in bold):
  13. Bus Spotting

    Just did a search on http://www.buslistsontheweb.co.uk/ of the reg numbers of these buses and the V8--EFBs have slightly different chassis numbers to the W8--PFBs, so I'd say they are two different batches, even though the newest V8--EFB is only 4 months older than the oldest W8--PFB. Also, according to the same site V809EFB was also new to Bristol (and was the first of the batch to be delivered).
  14. Bus Spotting

    Nice photos of Brooklands Chris, particularly of those Enviros, 10136 in particular looks rather nice and it's good to see something other than the usual overall red. I'm looking forward to seeing them in service and the OMSI version.