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Re: Pendolino - a new approach
« Reply #2850 on: February 05, 2019, 05:21:13 PM »
There are no bugs, just unexpected features!

This one is expected though, if you look at the seating plan here, you'll see there's a "service point" on the side with the single tables halfway down. It stores drinks, snacks etc. So it has no table lamp.

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Re: Pendolino - a new approach
« Reply #2851 on: February 05, 2019, 05:35:31 PM »
Hello John.

Those Pendolinos look great!

On the real thing there aren't lights behind every window as Nick has explained.

Also worth bearing in mind that passengers can switch them off and on - I am toying with the idea of randomly blanking some of the LEDs on my Pendos to replicate this.

Cheers

Ben A.



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Re: Pendolino - a new approach
« Reply #2852 on: February 05, 2019, 06:01:04 PM »
Hello John.

Those Pendolinos look great!

On the real thing there aren't lights behind every window as Nick has explained.

Also worth bearing in mind that passengers can switch them off and on - I am toying with the idea of randomly blanking some of the LEDs on my Pendos to replicate this.

Cheers

Ben A.

Thanks for the replies. I also thought it was far too regular to be a mistake.

But it also set me to thinking about 'turning some of the lamps off' as Ben mentioned.

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John P

 

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