Stop List Help
The Stop List
window lists and gives information about the individual stops
in the game world.
To open: click on the stop list icon in the List Management
toolstrip. The stop list
window has four option buttons: two are used to sort the list, and two are used to filter the list, to show only items matching certain criteria. Below the buttons is a list of the stops
owned by the current player.
If no stops are listd, change the filter
options, or disable the filter. If not all items in the list are visible, then re-size
the window, or scroll the list with the slider bar.
Click the buttons to cycle through the options (the button text changes to reflect the currently selected option) or, in the case of the filter settings button, open a new window
with controls for the filter):
Sorted by: two option buttons determine the order in which the items in the list are shown:
- Unsorted no particular order
- Type ordered by type of stop (e.g., railway station, 'bus stop, etc.)
- Name ordered alphabetically by the name of the stop.
- Waiting ordered by the amount of passengers, mail or goods present in proportion to the stop's capacity.
- ascending / descending reverses the order of the list.
Filter: two option buttons apply and set options for the filter.
- Enabled / Disabled sets whether the filter is applied to the list.
opens a new window
with settings for the filter.
Click on a item listd in the stop list
window to see more information
about that stop.
Items listd for each stop include:
Status colour bar: different colours show how well that a stop is coping with the level of traffic. The status colour bar is also used in the stop information and line management windows, and is the same colour displayed in the colour bar above a stop in the main game window. The colours are:
- Yellow: there is currently no service to this stop
- Green: the stop has good service
- Orange: the stop has poor service
- Red: the stop has critically poor service
Tip: Use [!] to toggle the colour bar above stop in the main game window.
the name of the stop. This name can be changed in the stop information
indicate which types of vehicle can use Stop
(also used in the stop information and line management windows).
Icons include: 'bus (for road passenger vehicles), truck (for road goods vehicles), train, narrow gauge train, monorail, maglev, boat and aircraft. Trams are a special case, since they can use either 'bus stops or railway stations, and do not have their own icon.
indicate which types of items (passengers, goods and/or mail) that the stop
adding extensions can enable a stop to handle new types of items.
details of different mail, goods and passengers waiting at the stops