Congrats on getting Sherman Hill running right
I saw your post earlier today and have been trying to come up with some suggestions; not sure if any of these will do the trick but they're worth giving a shot...
1) open Content Manager and highlight <kuid2:473973:100598:2> GE ES44AC GE Demo/UP #7605 and click on View Errors and Warnings and see what happens
A few assets I have will occasionally come up as faulty in TS2 Mac and CM 3.8 and by simply instructing Content Manager to View Errors and Warnings the fault will disappear: Content Manager looks at the asset in question and decides that the previously reported fault was no fault after all
When this does work it usually is for assets identified as faulty (outright) and not faulty by way of missing dependencies or faulty dependencies but it still seemed worth mentioning.
2) try deleting and then re-downloading <kuid2:473973:100598:2> GE ES44AC GE Demo/UP #7605 from the DLS; even though it is already installed go ahead and highlight the asset and then ask CM to Download (again)
3) see if you might have any asset(s) Open for Editing; if you do, highlight the asset(s) and click Submit Edits (this suggestion would seem unlikely to cause you to have faulty dependencies but you may as well check)
4) perform a Rebuild Database
I hope that one of these suggestions works for you. If I think of anything else I'll pass it along.
Sherman Hill v2.1A is amazing and runs beautifully in TS2 Mac
The Sherman Hill sessions are all fun, thoughtful and really well made -- and they help you get to know the route!
Wait till you see Donner Pass running in all its glory on your Mac
All Hail the Master Content Creators of TrainzItalia!
Having driven I-80 across country numerous times, it is very cool to see Sherman Hill and its beautiful and realistic representations of Wyoming from Cheyenne to Laramie and then again with Donner Pass and its beautiful and realistic representations of Nevada and California from Reno/Sparks to Roseville
Now if only I had caught a freight instead of driving one of those times...
Happy Trainzing and Best Regards
Messaggio modificato da owsleyiii, 29 gennaio 2015 - 07:07
"Engineer whistles loud and long, Can't stop the train gotta let it roll on" -- Chuck Berry, "Let It Rock"