Entrypoint for bus

  • Hi all,

    I bought the Street Module and I have a question: in order to make the bus working on my map, in wich way I can set the entrypoint for it? Or simply, in wich way I can drive it? This is the error that appears when i try to launch the simulator: <main.FrameVehConfig.StreetVehicle.NoCoupling>


    Thank you

  • Hi,


    for the moment, there are no road entrypoints. You have to use the rail ones.


    Concerning the error message: The bus must not be coupled, but placed alone as it is. Change your vehicle config accordingly.


    Tell me, if you struggle. :)

    Janine

    • Of course, it should be shown in Windows and configured properly
    • Launch LOTUS – it should ask you: "New controller found: Logitech G25 Racing Wheel USB. Load standard settings? Settings can be changed in the options, as well."
    • Click "No"
    • Open the options window, change to the "Controller axis" tab and close it with "Cancel"
    • Start a new single player game with our bus on the simplest/smallest map you have.
    • Open the options window again. You should see the "Controller axis" tab again. Click onto "Steering (wheel)" (not "Steering (gamecontroller)!"), select "Add".
    • The message box "LOTUS listens..." will show. Now turn your wheel, until it shows "Y axis - Logitech G25 Racing Wheel USB". Now click onto "OK".
    • Repeat this with "Throttle/Brake w. dead zone" and using one of your brake or throttle pedal.
    • Click on Save and test.
    • If one of these axis is inverted, you can activate the checkbox in the "Inv" column behind the affected event.
  • <Main.FrameVehConfig.StreetVehicle.NoCoupling>

    I'm still getting this error How do I activate and drive the bus Do you have guides that should be that hard? - What configurations will you say???

    Edited once, last by RBTT&CO: What configurations will you say??? ().

  • <Main.FrameVehConfig.StreetVehicle.NoCoupling>

    I'm still getting this error How do I activate and drive the bus Do you have guides that should be that hard? - What configurations will you say???

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