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Ships saying they are lost #8937

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Bmo006 opened this issue Apr 3, 2021 · 2 comments
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Ships saying they are lost #8937

Bmo006 opened this issue Apr 3, 2021 · 2 comments

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@Bmo006
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@Bmo006 Bmo006 commented Apr 3, 2021

Version of OpenTTD 1.11.0

Expected result

I expect the ships to not constantly say that they're lost

Actual result

The ships sometimes pop up with a message saying that they're lost no matter how many bouys i route them through. Even though they say that they're lost they don't act like it. They move to and from the stops I've set for them without problems and they make money. It's not all the ships that do this, only the ones that travel long distance. I do place bouys if they have to travel far.
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Ship says that it's lost
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Ship leaves oil platforms full
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Makes it's way towards refinery
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Unloads at refinery
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Makes it's way back without problem

Steps to reproduce

Create long distance lines for the ships and after a while there will pop up a message saying that Ship#X is lost.

@James103
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@James103 James103 commented Apr 3, 2021

As a workaround, can you try adding buoys along the route that the ships are supposed to take? Remember to place the buoys then add them to the ship's orders, so that the ship can use them.

@LordAro
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@LordAro LordAro commented Apr 4, 2021

Duplicate of #8001

@LordAro LordAro marked this as a duplicate of #8001 Apr 4, 2021
@LordAro LordAro closed this as completed Apr 4, 2021
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