Added the ability for donations, running the CESS costs money just as it did in the Razorback Railway era. No there will not be memberships, if you can afford a monthly kick in go over to Jenolan's CESS Patreon page if you are just feeling flush head over to the CESS PayPal page. The information page will be written shortly, the links are in the top navigation.
Also, the session code received a major re-work to tightly link the main code and the Flarum forum software. You will notice that your login was cleared and you will need to login again, this update should hopefully stop a number of spurious logout events.
The JATZ option now works, also another attempt at stopping HTML 5 aggressively caching pages and links, seriously it is stoopid.
There is now a forum, still working on configuration and other bits.
This release of the CESS code has numerous widgets fixed and added, but mainly the search bar now works.
Still quite a way to go before things are as I would like but it is improving.
Well another blob of code has been put online, you may not realise but before starting this and playing with T:ANE I spent most of a year in a funk writing not one line of code. That's really bad!
Still need to write some more before CESS will be almost cooked, hopefully I can buy the chat software upgrade this week and can see if we will have a shoutbox(sorta) back.
Currently on the pot is JATZ, the new Activities will only be for T:ANE SP2, a sampler is being worked on slowly using Highland Valley the process is likely to be pretty tedious as I am trying to use as much of the built-in rule processing as possible which makes it wicked hard.
Zec has mentioned that he has almost a working T:ANE version of the old RBR route, now that's interesting!
There is a new scam method being followed, quite often now when you do something like insurance, energy plan, etc on the telephone they waffle out a bunch of conditions and want you to respond "Yes" if you have done one of these lately you probably know what I am talking about. Anyway, the scam, someone rings you up, when you answer they are "Can you hear me?" the normal response, if you can, would be to say "Yes?!" what then has happened is that they have recorded you agreeing and they use this as proof that you have committed to a purchase, change energy/phone providors, change a plan or whatever.
So now we have to be careful saying "Yes" on the phone to avoid being the target of fraud (sigh). If someone rings you that you do not know avoid say 'Yes" or any other agreement word as you could then be hassled trying to undo whatever they were trying to trap you with.
The factory at Jindowee is almost out of diesel, so your job today is to pick up the loaded diesel wagons at Ashburn and deliver them to Jindowee.
Once you are there you can pick up a spare loco and bring the wagons loaded with general goods back to Ashburn.
Sorry about the weather
All signals and junctions will be set for you.
Have a good day.