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May
2

Automotive Photography – Fstoppers Groups

This group is a place to share your passion for photography and all things automotive. Feel free to post photos of motorsports events, car meets, feature shoots, import models, and anything else you can think of that ties photography and the automotive world together.

Please keep all comments and critiques professional and respectable. If you have a critique, try providing something that you like about the photo.

Thank you and look forward to seeing everyone’s amazing work!…

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Apr
2

Bike tours in Central Tokyo for small groups and families with children 9 years old and above

SEE BELOW FOR CURRENT SCHEDULE!

Minimum 2 riders for 4 hour rides / Minimum 3 riders for 6 hour rides

You will love doing a bike tour in Tokyo! Choose from the five different guided rides above for a great look at Japan’s capital city! The bike tours are mix of both new and old – so you’ll see back streets, city centers, parks, rivers, cemeterys and more! The rides are a great way to catch some of the main tourist sites in Tokyo in a compact amount of time – much more fun than traveling around on crowded trains or subways! Whether you are a family, a group or solo, joining a bicycle tour is a great experience. All the rides are in English and provide for excellent photo opportunities along the way! For families there are several children bikes suitable for kids 8 years old and above, and 2 bikes with child seats (ask for details). Click ‘Reservations’ tab above for info about signing up!

CURRENT SCHEDULE – OTHER DAYS BY REQUEST!:

MAR 30th – Ride Available!

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MAY 1st – Ride Available!

REGULAR START TIME FROM 10am

FUTURE DATES BY REQUEST!

email for reservation: tokyobicycletour@gmail.com

Hi, I’m Neil, owner and guide for the tours! I’ve been in Tokyo over 10 years, speak decent Japanese, and have been giving bicycle tours for the past 5+ years! If you can ride a bike, you’ll have a great time! For first time visitors the tours are a great introduction to the city, but even if you have been to Tokyo before, you’ll probably see parts that you didn’t get to. If you have any questions, just ask!

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Apr
1

Vehicle groups – OpenTTD

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Creating groups

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Note
A vehicle may only be in a single group at any one time

The interface for groups can be found in the vehicle list if you have the Use the advanced vehicle list setting enabled (it defaults to Own company, so you see groups for your own vehicles, but not any opponents).

The vehicle list, with groups on the left, and group management buttons labelled.

The buttons are fairly self-explanatory.

We have six buses running the same route (using shared orders), so let’s make them a group for easier management.

  1. Click the ‘create group’ button.
  2. Click the unnamed ‘Group 0’ to select it. (Note that to the right of its name is a count of zero vehicles, as it is empty.)
  3. Click the ‘rename group’ button and type in a new name. In this case, we’ve named it after the route that they have in common.

Creating and naming a new group.

We now need to add vehicles to our new group.

  • Drag a vehicle to the group to add it.
  • Drag a vehicle to the ‘ungrouped vehicles’ group to remove it from the group.
  • Use ‘remove all vehicles’ from the ‘manage list’ menu to completely empty a group, but keep its name.

(Vehicles can only participate in a group of the same type: trains, road, air, or sea.)

Adding a vehicle to a group.

We could add all of the buses this way, one-by-one, but there is a faster way.
Because they all share the same orders, once one has been added, use the ‘manage list’ menu to ‘add shared vehicles’.
This adds the other buses with the same orders to the group.

Adding all vehicles with the same orders to a group.

Using groups

Groups give a context to the vehicle list, like shared orders, although they can contain vehicles which are performing different routes.
(For example, we may later split these buses and make a few of them use full load orders, but still want to treat them all as one group.)
This means that we can perform the usual operations on these buses using the ‘manage list’ menu:

  • Replace vehicles to upgrade them to a new model
  • Send them all for a service, or to the depot to be modified manually

We can also use groups to protect vehicles from being automatically upgraded, if you’ve set vehicle replacement rules for ‘All vehicles’.
Click the ‘no autoreplace’ button under the group list, which will toggle to show a small, gold shield.
You could, for example, use this to keep a decorative steam train unchanged while automatically upgrading all other services to diesels.

Also, in the new 1.9 release, you can change the livery of a group (i.e. your company color is red, but the the freight trains’ colors are
blue, to help distinguish trains). This helps distinguish different routes and services.)

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Introduced

In nightlies since r9874, 2007-05-19; allow use for other players since r11067, 2007-09-09. In stable since OpenTTD 0.6.0.

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