[UKDT] London Citybus 400R

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AcDev

New Member
May 23, 2018
42
Hi, I'm pretty confused for setting the destination boards without just doing it manually from the Alt menu. So on Cotterell I click F1 and type 01826 which makes U18. I click enter and it says bad destination. I then click F2 and type 002 and enter again and nothing happens. Can anyone give me some tips for how to set it?

Thanks,

Alex
 

Road-hog123

An Orange Bus
Administrator
UKDT
Dec 10, 2015
1,679
In short: take the first 3 digits of the Linie/Kurs number (the Linie part) and the 2 digits of the Route number and enter them into either F1 or F2. Thus for Cotterell 01801 and 01802 are for U18, with 01803 and 01804 for X18. F1 and F2 are functionally identical, but will remember the last code entered into them, making it easy to swap between Outbound and Inbound displays. Letter prefixes and suffixes aren't supported, and neither are Destination (Ziel) codes.

The destination system will be replaced with a much better system with the next version...
 

AcDev

New Member
May 23, 2018
42
In short: take the first 3 digits of the Linie/Kurs number (the Linie part) and the 2 digits of the Route number and enter them into either F1 or F2. Thus for Cotterell 01801 and 01802 are for U18, with 01803 and 01804 for X18. F1 and F2 are functionally identical, but will remember the last code entered into them, making it easy to swap between Outbound and Inbound displays. Letter prefixes and suffixes aren't supported, and neither are Destination (Ziel) codes.

The destination system will be replaced with a much better system with the next version...
Ok that makes much more sense. I know that it works and passengers get on but why does it say 18 instead of U18?
 
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PTDriver0429

Need Repaints? - Don’t drag me into it...
Feb 19, 2017
215
In short: take the first 3 digits of the Linie/Kurs number (the Linie part) and the 2 digits of the Route number and enter them into either F1 or F2. Thus for Cotterell 01801 and 01802 are for U18, with 01803 and 01804 for X18. F1 and F2 are functionally identical, but will remember the last code entered into them, making it easy to swap between Outbound and Inbound displays. Letter prefixes and suffixes aren't supported, and neither are Destination (Ziel) codes.

The destination system will be replaced with a much better system with the next version...
And also, I find it easier by just putting in 1801. Then I don’t get E18 instead of 18
 

LeylandNationalStagecoach

Renowned and Fusioned Member
Jun 28, 2018
597
Hello everyone,

Now when I first saw this, I was like:
"This looks really promising!", and recently, when I got OMSI 2 to run, I – of course – installed it. ;)
I really enjoyed driving it, and it actually sounded and felt like the real bus (a lot of these buses operate on Totnes Rd; just about 80m from my home), which I was (and still am) very impressed and happy about! Thanks, and great job, UKDT! :D

However, I have noticed a very odd bug.
I was driving along, when I accidentally clipped a parked van. The bus's engine went out (broke down), and the bus came to a halt.
I clicked repair, and tried to start the engine back up, but nothing happened. I tried accelerating, and here comes the weird part.
It accelerated. Not normally, but about 10x as much as it would before. I tried braking, but that had 0 effect.
Eventually, the bus crashed into the side, the bus went flying, through the ground, and then it just fell into eternity.
This was with the C400RX, on Cotterell.

I tried driving it again however, as I thought it might just be some one-time glitch, that'd never happen again.
It was the same bus, but this time on BotW 2.9. I drove out the Depot, onto the road, towards Paignton Bus Station, I again, clipped something with my bus (I think it was a sign pole), and the exact same thing happened again.
I have no idea what could be causing this, any help would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks in advance!


BTW: Sorry for the huge post!
 
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OverlordMawil

I am here or am I?
Sep 13, 2016
259
Hello everyone,

Now when I first saw this, I was like:
"This looks really promising!", and recently, when I got OMSI 2 to run, I – of course – installed it. ;)
I really enjoyed driving it, and it actually sounded and felt like the real bus (a lot of these buses operate on Totnes Rd; just about 80m from my home), which I was (and still am) very impressed and happy about! Thanks, and great job, UKDT! :D

However, I have noticed a very odd bug.
I was driving along, when I accidentally clipped a parked van. The bus's engine went out (broke down), and the bus came to a halt.
I clicked repair, and tried to start the engine back up, but nothing happened. I tried accelerating, and here comes the weird part.
It accelerated. Not normally, but about 10x as much as it would before. I tried braking, but that had 0 effect.
Eventually, the bus crashed into the side, the bus went flying, through the ground, and then it just fell into eternity.
This was with the C400RX, on Cotterell.

I tried driving it again however, as I thought it might just be some one-time glitch, that'd never happen again.
It was the same bus, but this time on BotW 2.9. I drove out the Depot, onto the road, towards Paignton Bus Station, I again, clipped something with my bus (I think it was a sign pole), and the exact same thing happened again.
I have no idea what could be causing this, any help would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks in advance!


BTW: Sorry for the huge post!
Maybe it's how the bus reacts with the collisions... I would recommend turning off collisions as many things are fixed with this solution. Yet again, I may be wrong but I don't suffer this problem with collisions off
 

Road-hog123

An Orange Bus
Administrator
UKDT
Dec 10, 2015
1,679
The bus's engine went out (broke down), and the bus came to a halt.
I clicked repair, and tried to start the engine back up, but nothing happened. I tried accelerating, and here comes the weird part.
It accelerated. Not normally, but about 10x as much as it would before. I tried braking, but that had 0 effect.
I cannot reproduce this bug. No considerable uncontrollable acceleration. :(
Of note: the engine doesn't actually break, it just stalls with the sudden deceleration/reversing when in gear. It won't restart until you fix it because the electrics are broken, so the starter motor won't run. After you fix the bus, you can restart the engine - but you have to ensure that it's in neutral and the handbrake is applied.
 

LeylandNationalStagecoach

Renowned and Fusioned Member
Jun 28, 2018
597
I cannot reproduce this bug. No considerable uncontrollable acceleration. :(
Of note: the engine doesn't actually break, it just stalls with the sudden deceleration/reversing when in gear. It won't restart until you fix it because the electrics are broken, so the starter motor won't run. After you fix the bus, you can restart the engine - but you have to ensure that it's in neutral and the handbrake is applied.
Thanks for the info, Road-hog123, I didn't know that!
I've also only seen this bug happen with the RX, the regular C400 acts normally if you clip parked vehicles/poles.
I have yet to try the eco version, though. :)
 

GalWhv69

ALX400 Explorer
May 22, 2018
55
Hello everyone,

Now when I first saw this, I was like:
"This looks really promising!", and recently, when I got OMSI 2 to run, I – of course – installed it. ;)
I really enjoyed driving it, and it actually sounded and felt like the real bus (a lot of these buses operate on Totnes Rd; just about 80m from my home), which I was (and still am) very impressed and happy about! Thanks, and great job, UKDT! :D

However, I have noticed a very odd bug.
I was driving along, when I accidentally clipped a parked van. The bus's engine went out (broke down), and the bus came to a halt.
I clicked repair, and tried to start the engine back up, but nothing happened. I tried accelerating, and here comes the weird part.
It accelerated. Not normally, but about 10x as much as it would before. I tried braking, but that had 0 effect.
Eventually, the bus crashed into the side, the bus went flying, through the ground, and then it just fell into eternity.
This was with the C400RX, on Cotterell.

I tried driving it again however, as I thought it might just be some one-time glitch, that'd never happen again.
It was the same bus, but this time on BotW 2.9. I drove out the Depot, onto the road, towards Paignton Bus Station, I again, clipped something with my bus (I think it was a sign pole), and the exact same thing happened again.
I have no idea what could be causing this, any help would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks in advance!


BTW: Sorry for the huge post!
I also had this (can't remember if with C400R though),restarted Omsi and made sure collisions are off and stopped for the moment
 
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