Wysłany: 04-11-2014, 19:41 PKP EP03 and other requests
Dear friends, it's me!
Please excuse my impertinence.
I downloaded the very beautiful looking Model of the PKP EP03 a long time ago. I am still very unhappy because of the missed cab.
Can You tell me something about it? Is it planed to build a cab for this very good model?
Is anything similar object from the old 'after war' era in the pipeline? Models like the EP01, EP02?
Pomógł: 105 razy Wiek: 36 Dołączył: 19 Lut 2008 Posty: 4841 Skąd: Warszawa
Wysłany: 04-11-2014, 19:43
The cab for a EP03 locomotive does not exist as an interactive model for Trainz, and was not considered to be done until now. Other, a bit younger electrics, such as ET21, ET22, EP07 or skoda 6-axle machines, such as 181, 182, 183s - these will have or already have interactive interiors done.
Thank You for this information.
It is not, what I want, but it is okay.
The EP03 is my favourite electric locomotive.
It seems, you can smell the transformer oil.
According Your hint
I changed the cab for the
- PKP ET21-19 by qcyk85 (UID 438004)
- PKP ET21-132 by qcyk85 (UID 438004)
- PKP ET21-406 by qcyk85 (UID 438004)
- DBSRP 3E/1 by samplaire (UID 132952)
using the cab
- "Kabina ET21" by AdamStan (UID 241304).
Is this the correct use?
Ostatnio zmieniony przez FSP 05-11-2014, 18:27, w całości zmieniany 1 raz
Inside there are three modified locos - 19,132 and 406, and latest cabin version. Locos are on separate KUIDs, so they don't overwrite original versions. In Surveyor you can recognize them by "ADHD" prefix, so PKP ET21-19 would be ADHD PKP ET21-19 etc.
It shows starting ET21 completely from scratch (with battery off, pantograph valves in cut-off state and no air in reservoirs). When placing the loco in Surveyor, you can chceck two startup options in loco properties - "BATERIE" and "POWIETRZE". First gives you loco with battery turned on, and second puts air into reservoirs, so you don't need to go to engine room to switch batteries or operate auxilliary compressor. The levers over the doors, that can be seen at the beginning are pantograph safety valves. The levers have to be in upright position - and in current version they are by default, so you can omit this step.