Tomnick said:Brilliant unit - tried very hard but couldn't really find anything to complain about . One minor issue - and it could well be my fault! - there's a little strip to the left of the windscreen, right at the top, that seems to be missing, so you can see the world outside flying by through a solid cabl wall.
Well done anyway - great work .
I believe a simular system is going to be included for HST thrash in the upcoming Class 43. Perhaps it could be implemented somehow?Nick said:Only feedback here is that apart from it being excellent there was no typical sprinter reving sound which in real life is excellent on the Class 156. This the fault of BVE? Normally the sprinter revs for a few seconds then finally moves...
AlexS said:I think it's a problem in BVE because IRL, it's attained by giving the engine a few notches of power before releasing the brake (to stop slipping). This isn't possible in BVE, and if the sound was incorporated anyway, the acceleration sounds would be out of sync with the speed.
Coxster said:Petty Mode: The window wiper blade should surely be lower in the centre. There appears to be a line that the blade doesn't get lower than.
Ah, I see Steve. Can't say I'd noticed it before now though. Must be because the trains themsleves are such good work!wumpty said:Coxster said:Petty Mode: The window wiper blade should surely be lower in the centre. There appears to be a line that the blade doesn't get lower than.
Hi Damon, The wiper blades on all BVE trains move from side to side without dipping in the centre, bit of a limitation in BVE unfortunately.
AlexS said:The 156 however is less fat, and the 158 is quieter still (unless you live in Wales where they have the 165/6 engines).