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00:49:48  <supermop> quiznilo: sometimes I do this:
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02:54:48  <quiznilo> clever, trying that
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07:08:28  <Eddi|zuHause> yes, YAPF can find paths that require going through a depot
07:08:46  <Eddi|zuHause> (it will vastly prefer ones that don't, though)
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07:24:32  <quiznilo> of course, that's sensible
07:25:03  <quiznilo> I'm testing out this patch that allows you to adjust the time, slow down the pace or pick it up, but it's bugged as hell
07:25:17  <quiznilo> it slows down everything... but not the vehicles
07:25:51  <quiznilo> so if you do 5x time rediction, that means all your vehicles travel 5x faster
07:25:56  <quiznilo> *reduction
07:26:17  <quiznilo> so you need 5x less infrastructure, basically
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08:37:35  <Alkel_U3> quiznilo: regarding the depot maintenance thing, I always add explicit depot orders with 'service when needed' option, only way to be safe imho. Also that way I can offload servicing from hub stations with too high traffic to depots with less trafic around them
08:41:25  <quiznilo> nice, I'll experiment with that
08:42:40  <Alkel_U3> sometimes I use 'maintenance in nearest depot when needed' order when it's around big stations with multiple depots
08:50:30  <Alkel_U3> oh, and the return from depot after station to the station would also be simple, just use the path signals. I do that frequently just so I can buy a train / send a train to depot for modification and have it go straigt to the station then without requiring extra depot before the station just for that
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08:53:10  <quiznilo> makes sense
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10:01:55  <Wolf01> o/
10:09:50  <Wolf01> Java update is really shitty, each time it fails mid download, do they give a fixed time to download it?
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10:23:33  <Wolf01> lol
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14:15:07  <supermop_> autocad is registering like 60% of my left clicks as right clicks
14:15:16  <supermop_> but only when a command is active
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14:55:16  <Alberth> hi hi
15:03:13  <Wolf01> o/
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16:59:52  <quiznilo> what's a good clever AI script to play with?
17:00:11  <V453000> lol good clever ai
17:00:34  <V453000> multiplayer :p
17:00:58  <Alkel_U3> hire people to play the competition
17:01:05  <quiznilo> lol
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17:10:42  <Alberth> find a nice one that fits your taste :)
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17:26:40  <_maddy> hi
17:27:05  <Alberth> o/
17:30:09  <_maddy> trying to write an AI according to the intro page on wiki (, it is not loading, where do I look?
17:31:30  <LordAro> what isn't loading? that page works fine for me
17:31:56  <Alberth> the AI that maddy wrote, is my guess :)
17:33:19  <LordAro> ah, well that's different
17:33:28  <LordAro> ai debug console to the rescue!
17:33:55  <LordAro> _maddy:
17:34:27  <Cubey> I like to play long games with an early start date in the 1800s. Is it necessary to turn inflation off in order to prevent running costs from exceeding profits after 100 years or so? Or is there some other option like an inflation setting that increases costs and profits at the same rate?
17:35:23  <_maddy> LordAro: oh, you were being clever there
17:36:25  <supermop> Cubey: there is no non-original inflation yet
17:37:03  <supermop> i've always felt it could be useful
17:37:38  <Alberth> Cubey: there is such a setting, it sets both rates to 0
17:37:57  <Cubey> Would that be setting inflation to off?
17:38:08  <Alberth> yes, it's a bad name :p
17:38:10  <supermop> that's what alberth means
17:38:56  <Alberth> ie there is no point in costs and profits rising, it just the numbers getting bigger
17:38:57  <Cubey> It's unfortunate that that setting makes the prices of vehicles unrealistic over time
17:39:00  <supermop> there is no way to say, decrease value of hoarded cash in real terms while keeping costs proportionate
17:39:01  <Alberth> nothing really changes
17:39:16  <_maddy> openttd is not detecting my ai, I have info.nut and main.nut in ./ai/CrusherAI/
17:39:28  <Cubey> Well, an inflation that just makes the numbers get bigger with differential between costs and profits DOES have the effect of diminishing the value of savings
17:39:37  <supermop> Alberth there is plenty of reason - same as why central banks like to encourage modest inflation
17:40:10  <supermop> to promote spending by reducing the real value of 1M in a bank over 50 years
17:40:41  <Cubey> Other than that it would be just a cosmetic change though, I guess
17:41:06  <_maddy> a lot of things about the openttd economy are not very realistic...
17:41:07  <Alberth> _maddy: you can set a -d option at the command-line with openttd, to get more output what it finds and decides, run "openttd -h" for getting help
17:41:22  <Alberth> _maddy: name one thing that is realistic :p
17:41:48  <_maddy> awesome now I got a proper error message :) thanks
17:42:03  <LordAro> Alberth: there is money
17:42:15  <Alberth> _maddy: at least a starting point :)
17:42:57  <Alberth> LordAro: there is? It all just looks like bits to me :)
17:43:03  <Cubey> I don't see it as being about realism so much as gameplay
17:43:38  <Cubey> It seems like the player would expect a locomotive to cost quite a lot more in 2020 than in 1880
17:44:17  <LordAro> Alberth: :p
17:44:21  <_maddy> I think there is a mod/patch that focuses on the economy on the forums.. never tried it though
17:44:31  <Alberth> they would? I don't know if you take out inflation, is an engine really more expensive?
17:45:28  <_maddy> no, it shouldn't be
17:45:50  <Alberth> LordAro: You can have the 99% of my OpenTTD money, if I can have 1% of it in real euros :p
17:45:51  <Cubey> Well, in the modern world a new airplane or a locomotive or whatever costs on the magnitude of millions of dollars
17:46:02  <LordAro> Alberth: :D
17:46:24  <LordAro> Alberth: ah, that's something that's realistic - the conversion dates for euros
17:46:26  <Alberth> modern world does have inflation :)
17:46:58  <Alberth> LordAro:  haha :D
17:50:17  <Alberth> conversion dates are a bit broken though, you can play in euros before it is invented :p
17:51:25  <LordAro> you can play before most of the currencies are invented :p
17:51:39  <LordAro> with the possible exception of drachma
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17:52:51  <Eddi|zuHause> openttd has unfortunately no negative dates
17:56:59  <Alberth> it has an offset of 1950 years
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18:30:42  <_maddy> oh there is a feature to set a custom currency, didn't know of that
18:31:48  <Alberth> people invent new currencies all the time! :p
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18:47:10  <andythenorth> o/
18:47:40  <Alberth> hi hi
19:00:40  <Wolf01> o/
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19:16:01  <andythenorth> Alberth: you maybe saw already, but
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19:24:58  <nekomaster> ungh
19:25:27  <nekomaster> I love when I try to figure out things for myself and I can never get anything right
19:25:44  <nekomaster> Like why is it so hard to get data to make a heightmap
19:27:09  <andythenorth> also buses
19:27:35  <nekomaster> it would seem that its almost impossible to get DEM or proper TIFF files to make heightmaps now
19:27:48  <nekomaster> I've tried everything I could think of all day and nothing works
19:28:15  <nekomaster> is a heightmap of canada to make a huge scenario out of too much to ask for?
19:52:54  <Alberth> andythenorth: I didn't see that, but I got at that point already :)  thanks though, it's good to see others reach that same conclusion :)
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19:53:58  <andythenorth> python ottd then :P
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20:07:45  <Eddi|zuHause> nekomaster: you usually don't find good heightmaps that far north
20:08:03  <nekomaster> I just want data for mainland canada
20:08:11  <Eddi|zuHause> nekomaster: because heightmap generators use silly mercator projection
20:08:25  <nekomaster> I don't really care about the projection much
20:08:32  <Eddi|zuHause> which gives you terribly out-of-scale canadas
20:08:34  <nekomaster> I have to fit the map into a square anyways
20:08:41  <Cubey> That far north you are going to have to think about map projection though
20:08:55  <Cubey> Like what shape do you even want Canada to be?
20:09:24  <nekomaster> a huge 4096x4096 square
20:09:56  <nekomaster> Like one map I did, only it was flat
20:10:27  <nekomaster>
20:10:30  <Eddi|zuHause> nekomaster: you get the added problem that you should rotate the heighmap by 45° to fit openttd's map orientation
20:10:55  <Eddi|zuHause> which means you need additional area on the heightmap to cut off
20:11:05  <nekomaster> if anything, my issue is finding any way to get satellite data and use it
20:11:12  <nekomaster> the old methods don't seem to work anywmore
20:11:55  <Cubey> You could start with a high resolution global height map, crop canada out, and then reproject the image into something suitable for that latitude
20:11:58  <nekomaster> also I tried stitching together some GeoTIFF's from Earth explorer and some TIFF's the land was eaten away by the ocean or there werent any great lakes
20:12:04  <Eddi|zuHause> nekomaster: how about you just play the USA scenario?
20:12:14  <Eddi|zuHause> it contains lots of canada
20:12:14  <nekomaster> I have
20:12:28  <nekomaster> but I want a large canada map
20:12:57  <nekomaster> that way theres space in many area's to build rail like in real life
20:13:12  <nekomaster> the USA scenario makes it really hard to build a proper Windsor to quebec corridor
20:13:16  <Eddi|zuHause> if you have problems with too much or too few water, you need to adjust brightness in an image editor
20:13:39  <nekomaster> Nah, its not the brightness, the TIFF files them selves just have too much black area period
20:13:52  <nekomaster> absolute black
20:14:22  <nekomaster> One map I stiched together and much of the north was missing because it was replaced by lots of water
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20:14:38  <nekomaster> because the TIFF files had too much black area that couldn't be brightened
20:14:53  <Cubey> You might need to make the scale of the image nonlinear
20:15:07  <nekomaster> I dont even know what that means
20:15:47  <Cubey> It means that you could for example make it so that the difference between "0" and "1" is bigger than the difference between 254 and 255
20:15:50  <Cubey> If that makes any sense
20:16:30  <nekomaster> but how would I even do that, not like I can change that easily
20:16:34  <Cubey> Think about every pixel as a value between 0 and 255 (or 0% and 100% or 0 and 1 or whatever you want)
20:16:41  <nekomaster> I don't want to spend months making a super realistic scenario
20:16:51  <nekomaster> I just want a decent map to make a fun to play Canada scenario
20:17:09  <Cubey> Let's use the range 0 to 1 for simplicity
20:17:11  <nekomaster> So I'm not worried about 100% realism so long as I can fit most of the major stuff in
20:17:20  <Cubey> If you multiplied the image by itself in your editor
20:17:33  <Cubey> Every 0 pixel would still be 0 and every 1 would still be 1
20:17:47  <nekomaster> But I dont even know how you'd do that to stretch it out like that
20:18:05  <nekomaster> Other then stretching out parts of the map at a time
20:18:11  <Cubey> Have you used photoshop or GIMP or a program like that?
20:18:25  <nekomaster> I'm using GIMP but I'm a noob at photo editing stuff
20:19:01  <Cubey> This isn't really photo editing because doing this stuff to actual photos would make them look very strange
20:19:03  <nekomaster> Thats another issue I have too, I could try getting SRTM GeoTIFF files, but the brightness seems to be off on the edges of every section
20:19:18  <Cubey> It's used e.g. by astronomers so that they can see both a dim star and a very bright star in the same image
20:19:44  <nekomaster> SRTM maps look lik they would work IF THE BRIGHTNESS WASNT ALL OVER THE PLACE
20:19:57  <Cubey> What I'm saying is that in real life, and therefore in a height map with a realistic vertical scale, the highest mountains are tens of thousands of times higher than a plain near sea level
20:20:13  <Cubey> You can use math to "flatten" the brightest areas
20:20:26  <nekomaster> I dont know how to do that either
20:20:40  <Cubey> I'm not doing a very good job of explaining it...
20:20:43  <nekomaster> Another issue is that the SRTM stuff is broken up into smaller chunks
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20:21:03  <nekomaster> so that means a lot more downloading and stiching tiff's together
20:21:14  <Cubey> That's going to be a bigger problem because you probably won't be able to line them up perfectly so near the pole
20:21:21  <Cubey> Because the earth is round
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20:21:59  <nekomaster> I just wish there was an easier way of doing this
20:22:07  <Cubey> nekomaster, in GIMP use the "curves" tool
20:22:14  <Cubey> I think it's in the "image" menu
20:22:44  <nekomaster> yeah, I know where that is
20:22:47  <FLHerne> nekomaster: In GIMP, try Tools -> Colour Tools -> Curves
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20:22:58  <Cubey> By default your lightcurve is a straight line, right
20:23:06  <Cubey> So that's "linear"
20:23:59  <nekomaster> heres an example of the issue with the SRTM stuff
20:24:00  <Cubey> Without changing the extreme ends of it (leaving them at 0 and 1), you could change the shape of the line in between so that it curves upward (like /**** ) or downward (like \__ )
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20:24:33  <Cubey> Oh, I see the problem
20:24:49  <nekomaster> its like the satellite just said fuck it on every pass
20:24:54  <Cubey> I think that may be caused by the nature of a satellite
20:25:07  <Cubey> The earth isn't flat
20:25:09  <nekomaster> I know
20:25:15  <Cubey> So the curvature of the earth is part of the heightmap
20:25:18  <Cubey> Which is not what you want
20:25:31  <Cubey> Because you want to project the round earth onto a flat plain
20:25:32  <nekomaster> I didn't think this was going to be easy but this is stupidly hard since the old ways of making maps doesnt work
20:25:44  <Cubey> Find a global heightmap
20:25:57  <Cubey> Canada is big so you don't even need a very high res one to get 4096 pixels across canada
20:26:00  <nekomaster> there aren't any global heightmaps with a high enough resolution
20:26:20  <Cubey> You are probably going to want to smooth the image to make it playable in OpenTTD anyway
20:26:32  <Cubey> So you can upscale a smaller one and it won't be a problem
20:27:37  <nekomaster> yeah, I can't find any decent height maps of the world
20:27:48  <Cubey> How about this
20:28:01  <nekomaster> the ocean is too bright
20:28:10  <nekomaster> so there will be too much feature loss
20:28:16  <Cubey> Right but you can fix all that with the curves tool
20:28:27  <nekomaster> what I mean is florida is the same color as the ocean
20:28:38  <nekomaster> Same with islands up north in canada
20:28:52  <nekomaster> and the great lakes look like huge plains
20:29:07  <Cubey> Because of what I was saying before: most of Florida is like 2 ft above sea level, while the rockies are tens of thousands of feet above sea level
20:29:16  <Cubey> And the pixels only go from 0 to 255
20:29:43  <nekomaster> I need a heightmap where the ocean is black or at least hte darkest
20:29:45  <Cubey> So you need to stretch the values close to zero into a bigger range, and compress the values close to 255 into a smaller range
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20:31:32  <Cubey> I'm gonna open up GIMP and mess around with this now because you've got me curious if it will actually work
20:31:54  <andythenorth> levels in photoshop would do it
20:31:57  <nekomaster> well I might have something going for canada, I at least have the ocean coasts where they should be
20:31:57  <andythenorth> gimp probably similar
20:32:01  <nekomaster> and the great lakes
20:32:10  <nekomaster> but I'm still missing other major lakes and major rivers
20:32:15  <nekomaster> like the st lawrence
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20:33:03  <Cubey> If you have a flat map with the oceans and lakes in the right places, and a heightmap with problematic water but that is otherwise aligned with your flat map
20:33:21  <Cubey> You could just overlay the bodies of water from the flat map onto the height map
20:33:44  <nekomaster> though its not so easy for me when two maps dont line up properly
20:33:44  <Cubey> GIMP won't start up on my PC for some reason...
20:33:48  <nekomaster> >_>
20:34:16  <Cubey> Map projection might be biting you there too
20:34:36  <nekomaster> I'm a noob at all this GIMP/Photoshop stuff
20:35:04  <nekomaster> I'm so green my head hurts even thinking about the time and effort that will go into trying to figure it out
20:35:25  <Cubey> Even if you did a lot of photo editing this stuff would seem strange because it's not really what photo editing tools are designed to do
20:35:27  <nekomaster> I'm not worried about getting every river and stream in the map, but I would like all the major water bodies at least
20:35:42  <nekomaster> I'm more use to drawing maps by hand and what not
20:35:44  <Cubey> Astronomers, geologists, etc. use specialized tools most of the time
20:37:07  <Cubey> Ultimately the problem with height maps is that "height" isn't even well defined globally
20:37:28  <Cubey> You can measure how high something is relative to its immediate surroundings
20:37:38  <nekomaster> well I just at least want the Addrinoc, Appelichian, and Rocky mountains and the major lakes and rivers
20:37:46  <Cubey> I.e. the satellite reads that this "pixel" is 200ft higher than that pixel next to it
20:37:52  <nekomaster> I want the map to be fun, not bland or realistic and tough
20:38:05  <Cubey> But over the entire surface of the earth, how do you even define what the zero height is?
20:38:14  <nekomaster> The ocean?
20:38:16  <Cubey> The oceans aren't really "level"
20:38:21  <Cubey> And the Earth isn't really a perfect sphere
20:38:40  <nekomaster> honestly, how do humans make accurate measurements period
20:39:20  <Cubey> So the scientists who turn those satellite frames with the misaligned edges into a smooth global heightmap had to make up a (somewhat arbitrary) model of the "shape" of the Earth minus all the geography
20:39:58  <nekomaster> I just wonder how people previous took satellite data and turned them into height maps
20:40:06  <nekomaster> then again I'm asking for an entire country
20:40:11  <nekomaster> basically half of North America
20:40:28  <nekomaster> previous height maps where mostly of smaller countries like France, UK, and Japan
20:40:46  <Cubey> And none of those countries have large inland lakes
20:41:40  <nekomaster> Still, it would be nice if I could get something where the lakes where represented as 0, even if they aren't actually at sea level
20:42:06  <nekomaster> I dont have the time to fill int he lakes by hand
20:42:55  <Cubey> I've noticed that all the Japan heightmaps struggle to represent even the modestly sized lakes Japan has though
20:43:08  <nekomaster> yeah
20:43:24  <nekomaster> though if someone is patient they could probably put in the lakes by hand
20:43:34  <nekomaster> I how ever do not have the time and patience
20:43:42  <nekomaster> at most I dont want to spend more then a couple weeks
20:43:57  <Eddi|zuHause> openttd's heightmap feature doesn't do rivers/lakes
20:44:09  <Cubey> Oh look at that GIMP finally opened after slowing my computer to a crawl for 15 minutes and completely freezing up
20:44:21  <nekomaster> I know, you have to do that by hand with the river tile thingy
20:44:33  <nekomaster> Also it might help to disable GIMP from loading external stuff
20:44:37  <Eddi|zuHause> there was a proposal to have rivers/lakes as additional image layer
20:44:40  <Cubey> If you artificially put a lake at sea level, the terrain generator would make an inland sea there though right?
20:44:43  <Eddi|zuHause> but it was never implemented
20:45:06  <nekomaster> yeah, if I make lake ontario as Absolute zero black, it'll be a huge inland sea instead
20:45:27  <nekomaster> though that also means there will be no niagra falls
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20:45:53  <nekomaster> thats the only thing that sucks about not putting the effort into putting in the lakes manually ingame
20:46:16  <nekomaster> then I could have a semi-realistic niagra falls
20:48:21  <nekomaster> Also when I say I don't really have the time, thats because until goto Adult school in September, I have to find work
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20:48:49  <nekomaster> and so I wont have a lot of time to be dicking around with the manual placement of every feature which takes longer then just getting it done through the heightmap
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21:20:25  <nekomaster> I love how gimp mentions multi-threading and lets you set how many cores to use
21:20:30  <nekomaster> and its still using only 1 core
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