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[REQUEST] Line 30, Tampere, Finland

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#1 Elias

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 06:57 AM

Hey,

(sorry for my english) I have been playing OMSI since summer and its very great game! Im not sure if this is allowed to ask, but..

Could someone make map from my homeroute? Its located at Tampere, Finland. Tampere is a 400 thousand people city in the Western Finland. Im requesting for the bus line I use, its line 30.

It operates between the Center of city and the farthert city district, Hervanta. Hervanta has many apartment houses, most of them built in the 1970's. The route is about 12 kilometres long. Line 30 takes about 30 minutes to drive, and it has 28 bus stops. It goes between the living district of Hervanta, centre of Hervanta, then it goes through 2 roundabouts and reaches long road, which passes Lukonmäki district and Turtola shopping mall. Then it goes little hill up to Messukylä, where are many row-houses. After that, it goes near the Tampere-Jyväskylä railway, near Järvensivu old railway station. Soon after it reaches busy Viinikka junction. Then there is stop at the university and bus station, and finally it reaches the Tampere center, where is cobblestone road. There is the terminus of many local bus lines, called Keskustori bus terminal.

Here you can see the stops, timetable and map. In English too Posted Image http://aikataulut.ta...line=30&lang=en

I cant do this myself, because the editor is very complicated and hard to use.. Much easier is to use Auran Trainz editor, lol.

Here are some pictures (none of them are mine):

Keskustori bus terminal

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Hervanta centre

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The hill towards to Messukylä

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I can even pay 2€ to someones Paypal, but I really want to have this for OMSI! Posted Image I can give more details by PM, good pictures can be found from Google street view, or I can go to photograph myself too. I dont need very good quality to the map either! Posted Image
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Posted 05 February 2012 - 07:09 AM

I can even pay 2€ to someones Paypal, but I really want to have this for OMSI! Posted Image I can give more details by PM, good pictures can be found from Google street view, or I can go to photograph myself too. I dont need very good quality to the map either! Posted Image


Wow.. two whole euros..that sounds very tempting

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 07:40 AM

What buses do they use?

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#4 Elias

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 08:09 AM

Here are some buses and info in english:

Volvo 8700

http://koti.mbnet.fi...id=1960&lang=UK

Brand new Volvo 8900

http://elias.1g.fi/k...12/IMG_0507.JPG

Scania K270 UB

http://koti.mbnet.fi...id=1236&lang=UK

We have 8 articulated buses and some old buses too.

Scania L113 TLL

http://koti.mbnet.fi...?uid=22&lang=UK

Scania OmniCity articulated:

http://koti.mbnet.fi...?uid=88&lang=UK

and Volvo 7000A articulated:

http://koti.mbnet.fi...?uid=98&lang=UK

Edited by Elias, 05 February 2012 - 08:19 AM.

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 05:31 PM

I would encourage you to try dealing with OMSI Map Editor. It's definitely not difficult as it seems! The great variety (and quality) of maps is a proof of that. You should give it a try - the Editor Manual that comes with OMSI explains very well since the first steps. Obviously making maps is a very time consuming task, but it is worthy!
I would really appreciate to drive in a Finnish map, consider my advice and give it a go (again, in case you've already tried) and experiment with it a little. After reading the first pages of the manual, open the Grundorf map and try to edit it a little. I would say that is really easy! Posted Image

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#6 Elias

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 08:43 PM

Something I can do, but the biggest problem is how to create timetable and get passengers in. I managed to add 3 bus stops, helpers etc, but I have no clue what are the tracks, trips etc.
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Posted 06 February 2012 - 01:26 AM

Ok, well if you could create the map, with the required roads, intersections, and all scenery (and also place bus stops), I would happily activate the bus stops for you, and create the required TTR, TTP and TTL files to get AI working and timetables working. Posted Image

But you would have to invest the work first, to create the scenery and roads. Posted Image

#8 Elias

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Posted 06 February 2012 - 02:02 AM

Ok, thanks! Few questions..

How to connect splines to others? I dont really understand Posted Image I mean that I have one intersection, which is object, then I have one big spline. Theres empty space in the middle, how do I add there a spline so it looks good?

Is there any tool where I can count the distances so they would be like real?

No load all option for splines? Posted Image

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Posted 06 February 2012 - 02:28 AM

Elias, you won't be able to get people to explain everything required to make a whole map, on the forum Posted Image .... trust me, that just won't work.

Do as Thiago suggested and open the OMSI Editor PDF doc and follow each step - it explains how to join Splines, right there in the document.

Basically;

- Load a new Spline, on the right side of the Editor (make sure you are on the 'SPLINES' tab, then press 'load',
- Press 'N' (for "new") in the editor to make a new spline,
- Press or nudge it towards the 'ends' of other existing Splines on the map (must be a compatible type!), and they will "auto-join".
- Press "F9" key to rotate splines if they have auto-joined at the wrong sides.

#10 Elias

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Posted 06 February 2012 - 02:45 AM

Well theres one problem - the SDK is in German and I cant understand it.
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Posted 06 February 2012 - 02:47 AM

Here is the translated SDK:
http://www.mediafire...9ndkpoi7qnob802

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#12 DavidR.

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Posted 06 February 2012 - 04:29 AM

Well theres one problem - the SDK is in German and I cant understand it.


It comes in English too! ........ I don't speak German.





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