That questions came up when FARL was still in the WIP section too, should have linked it in the OP i guessXterminator wrote:This looks awesome! I will definitely be using it in my current play through.
2 questions though, both are probably dumb but oh well haha
1. For the auto placing of signals, how does it know when/where to place them so that they are actually useful?
2. In the GUI, what does the setting for "weight of curved rail" do?
Thanks, and sorry if they are silly questions haha
That's it, simply counting, placing, not caring if it makes sense or not. Automatic signal placing is mainly intended for long long one way tracks without junctions.Choumiko wrote:distance influences the amount of rail pieces (curved or straight) between each signal.
Basically it works like this: (X being Weight of curved rail, Y being distance between railsHope this answers your question, it does not check if the signal makes sense or not, it simply counts upwards and places a signal.
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while FARL is placing rails: place one piece of rail increase signaldistance by 1 for straight rail or by X for curved rail if signaldistance > Y then place a signal set signaldistance to 0 end