It also took me quite long to download it, 30 mins for me. But it is worth downloading, looks really great. Recommend to read the tutorial, not like me bash the routes without reading. In the end mess up everything and only 5 mins later figure out how to drive it. ukeleft:Coxster said:Cheers for the link. Very slow at downloading for me at the moment though ad:
The first ATO routes? I do not know, perhaps the Victoria Line for BVE 4???Gavelex said:Sorry if I sound stuped but what was the first BVE4 ATO route? That was the only one as far as I know.
Welcome to the forum!:blob7:twright said:Hi all! This is my first post!
Mushroom said:Can anyone send me this route? I keep getting error messages about 0.4Mb into the download. PM me for my adress if you can send it.
As far as I know most of the people who have downloaded the routes from there has an error as both your has. I do not know the reason. Those people who able to download and run the route, do your use Firefox? If that is the case perhaps the website has sometwright said:I can't download the route, as I go to the website and click the link and it starts downloading, but it doesn't get very far and suddenly it says it's done. However when I attempt to run the installer, an error message comes up saying "zip file is damaged...". I have tried downloading it several times but it doesnt seem to work!
I have no idea what is the first ATO routes. Perhaps the Victoria Line for BVE 4??twright said:Also, what was the first BVE4 ATO route??
Try changing the key assignment. A1, A2, S, B1 etc... means the code in the key assignment try changing it to fit the insturction at the side.LatRatAndy said:I may just be being stupid but how do you get the thing to move?
Ive tried reading the instructions at the side of the screen but which keys are A1, A2 and S. according to BVE's setting they should be insert, Delete and space bar, but pressing these only results in frustration.
Never saw the code for the ATO plugin, but it is definetly won't work if you put the train on another route. The train will not even move. Maybe a little by changing the mode to FWD and Rev mode, but doing this only allow you up to the speed of 15 MPH.Rich said:After some examination of the code, it looks complex to incorprate into routes.
Coxster said:It's estimating 2 hours this end - sod that! Anyone wanna send it via MSN?
Yup I know it take quite long with some of the internet, it depends on your connection speed and the download speed on the host. I noticed the download speed of the host is not stable. It will cut off and resume again. The file is quite big so won't be able to send. Try to email the author and asked him about it.Tom said:Send it to me after... :P
It's actually not a new route... I downloaded a long time ago... If you see the date, you'll see it's been released almost 2 years ago.
Nice one Tom! :glasses7: :happy7: :thumblef: :laughing:Hi! I think I may have found a solution to the problems with downloading this route I posted yesterday. The problem was that the download seems to time out and finish before its downloaded the whole route. On the routes website, instead of clicking the download link try right clicking and selecting "save target as". Choose a location and press save. The download shouldn't then finish halfway through, and it should continue downloading all of the file. Well it seems to have worked for me!!
Hope this works for the people who found it didn't download properly.