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MIDLAND SUBURBAN LINE

Post by Terrence1946 on Wed May 02, 2018 11:22 am

Sorry my friends, whatever I try to do, the result is the same. I have followed instructions to the letter and still no improvement.  Below I have 3 screenshots for perusal which you 'techies' will understand; the first is part of the log.txt (too big to upload on to this website) which refers to the 'Gospel Oak to Barking' part of the simulation.  You will note the terms "not found" (first screenshot) and "not loaded" (second screenshot) which are repeated throughout the whole log.txt. The third screenshot shows the 'Midland Suburban Line' object folder in the object folder of BVE. I don't know what all this indicates but it does seem to me that the 'object' file in the 'Midland Suburban Line' download is incomplete or corrupt.  BUT I'm an amateur and really don't know what is wrong!  What I do know is that I have been successful with other simulation downloads but this one has beaten me:








Incidentally. I have downloaded this simulation on both BVE Wix.site and BVE Lincolnshire with the same results.

Terry.

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Re: MIDLAND SUBURBAN LINE

Post by graymac on Wed May 02, 2018 11:46 am


From this single example it seems you have cocked up your folder structure. The pink highlighted item is a track object, which strangely should belong in the railway/object folder. You have it in the railway/route folder, where the program will not find it in a month of sundays.

This is the best advice I know of (for the second time) to understanding how to do it properly.
http://bveworldwide.forumotion.com/t1520-midland-suburban-line#16474
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Re: MIDLAND SUBURBAN LINE

Post by leezer3 on Wed May 02, 2018 12:16 pm

The path you've highlighted is that which the routefile is loaded from Graymac Wink
It's not relevant to the current issue.

Your trouble is the following:
Rename the folder Terry\AppData\Roaming\openBVE\LegacyContent\Railway\Object\Midland Suburban Line Objects\ to Terry\AppData\Roaming\openBVE\LegacyContent\Railway\Object\Midland Suburban Line\


Note that you've acquired an extra 'Objects' on the end of the last folder (This appears to be an issue with the original download from a quick check.....)

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Re: MIDLAND SUBURBAN LINE

Post by graymac on Wed May 02, 2018 12:30 pm

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Re: MIDLAND SUBURBAN LINE

Post by Terrence1946 on Wed May 02, 2018 1:00 pm

leezer3 wrote:The path you've highlighted is that which the routefile is loaded from Graymac Wink
It's not relevant to the current issue.

Your trouble is the following:
Rename the folder Terry\AppData\Roaming\openBVE\LegacyContent\Railway\Object\Midland Suburban Line Objects\ to Terry\AppData\Roaming\openBVE\LegacyContent\Railway\Object\Midland Suburban Line\


Note that you've acquired an extra 'Objects' on the end of the last folder (This appears to be an issue with the original download from a quick check.....)
How brilliant you are: problem resolved! BUT how on earth could a mere mortal like myself have known what the problem was?

Terry.

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Re: MIDLAND SUBURBAN LINE

Post by leezer3 on Wed May 02, 2018 1:10 pm

Dunno, sorry Razz

However:
openBVE builds from today onwards detect and automatically correct this error Smile
https://vps.bvecornwall.co.uk/OpenBVE/Builds/OpenBVE-2018-05-02.zip

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