JTraffic Screensaver



The train stops at the point <Place>, waits the time <WaitTime> and proceeds on its way.  If the train has any associated DOOR or OPEN and CLOSE animations, the doors of the train will open while the train is at rest and will close before the train departs.  

This Movement is included purely for backward compatibility with earlier versions.  The same result can be achieved in newer versions of the program by using the M=STOP; Movement combined with the T=; parameter containing the actions OPEN and CLOSE.

TB = <WaitTime>; Waiting time and actions before the train enters the screen.
C = <Train>; List of the vehicles comprising the train

D = <Direction>;    Direction which the train moves across the screen.

V = <Speed>;        Speed at which the train appears on the screen and which it accelerates to after stopping.  If the stopping point is set too close to the entering side of the screen for a logical deceleration, the deceleration rate is raised so that the train comes to a halt at the correct point, even when this may appear to be an emergency stop.  If the stopping point is set too close to the departing edge of the screen, the train cannot reach its maximum speed before disappearing from the screen and the maximum acceleration rate will not be exceeded.

P = <Place>;        Point on the screen which the train stops at.  Referencing the middle refers to the middle of the train.

B = <Deceleration>; Deceleration rate, at which the train comes to a halt.

T1 = <WaitTime>;    Wait time and any animations before the doors open.

T2 = <WaitTime>;    Wait time and any animations while the doors are open.

T3 = <WaitTime>;    Wait time and any animations after the doors close but before the train moves.

A = <Acceleration>; Acceleration rate of the train at which it departs after stopping.

TE = <WaitTime>; Waiting time and actions after the train has left the screen.

W = <Row>;          Simple roadbed which appears under (or in the case of catenary, also above) the train.

BG = <FgBg>;        Background picture(s) shown behind the moving train.

FG = <FgBg>;        Foreground picture(s) shown before the moving train.

WP = <PointList>;   Waypoint(s) which determine points along the roadbed which, when passed by the train, actions can be triggered.

TX = <LineText> ; Descriptive text under the track.
TXX = <Place> ; Horizontal position of the descriptive text.
TXY = <Integer> ; Vertical position of the descriptive text.
TXC = <Color> ; Character colour of the descriptive text.
TXB = <Color> ; Background colour of the descriptive text.

The Configuration Window
Program Window
Stock List
Description Editor
Graphic Testpad
Timetable Editor
Timetable Syntax and Semanics
The timetable header
Sections, Groups, Lines, Scenes
Stock List File