Virtual Speditor Program v2.03 by xyzan
Author: Tacsi68 | Date: 2-10-2018, 11:50 | Views: 363 | Comments: 0
Category - ATS Other Mods / ETS 2 other mods
Version Game - 1.32.x
Credits: - xyzan
Description about « Virtual Speditor Program v2.03 by xyzan: »
Virtual Speditor Program - Job scheduler program for Ets2 and Ats
(New Update 01.10.2018)
New Version 2.03:
- fixed initial weights for added jobs
- improved stability of added jobs - less market resets. However, I wasn't able to remove them completly.
Don't know solution yet, and Oregon is going to be released in 3 days... so, you know... ETA unknown.
It is compatibile with Ets2 and Ats 1.32.x game version - it works ONLY with freight market,
and this won't change at this moment, as it is impossible to create proper algorithm to enter data into save file.
This program is a Virtual Speditor, that alows you to add job to job list in Ets2 and Ats.
To work properly it needs a Java and Visual C++ Redistributable 2012 Libraries (detailed info in ReadMe file)
Program changes existing jobs to one we choose - origin, destination and cargo can be choosen (see picture below)
Distance for job that calculates time and payment is fixed to 3000km.
For short routes time would be to long, and for longer, to short...
At this moment I'm unable to do it differently.
This program will be very helpful when working for VTC, or when you want to visit unvisited parts of map.
Program does not have build in cities or cargoes database - everything is read from your save file.
That allows it to work for every map mod, and cargo mods.
Most probably if you use mod for true company names, they will be displayed wrong in the program.
This is due to nature of those mods - they just change displayed names, not the ones
that Ets uses to save information in save file.
If you are going to ask questions that were answered in ReadMe file, don't expect me to answer it again.
Please, do not reupload. You can take it to other forums, but use original link - I have no money
from that, just want to know number of downloads. Thanks!