RailWorks Update Released

Discussion in 'Steam Updates' started by FSOwner, February 17, 2010.

  1. FSOwner

    FSOwner FS Owner

    Updates to RailWorks have been released. The updates will be applied automatically when your Steam client is restarted. The major changes include:


    • New Powerful Scenario Editing View: Clearer layout, improved feedback and functionality
    • New Localisation Tools allowing customisable language editing
    • Increased performance on derailment
    • New On-Screen Icons to indicate Wheelslip and AWS warnings
    • Gears changing when driving Diesel Mechanical rail vehicles
    • Fix to crash when using TAB to pass signals
    • New functionality and improvements to prevent AI trains reversing in unusual circumstances
    • Mark locomotives as 'Dead/Broken'
    • Define axles as powered/unpowered
    • New waypoint instructions in Scenario Editor to aid pathing
    • Cycle through multiple passenger views
    • Fix to headlight issues when switching cabs
    • Fix to display of Scenario and Transfer Point markers
    • Offset Tool now allows creation of parallel track
    • Improvement to Gradient Editing over the placement of Decal assets
    • New functional 'Marshalling' instructions in Scenario Editor
    • Take screenshots using Ctrl+S
    • Many foliage overhang track fixes
    • SPRR and DRGW chaircars now have appropriate brakes and a fix to passengers alighting correctly
    • Repaired terrain around Gateshead where the track was floating
    • Updated night scenarios to make use of night time weather
    • Reviewed RailSimulatorUS asset list, removing some dummy objects and properly categorising others.Fix to scenarios "Pea Souper", "Return Ticket", "Big Trouble in Tyne Yard", "Sleep Tight", "Short, Sharp, Shunt" & "Moving Boxes"
     

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