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Game Updates / Re: [Debug] New Table Structure
« on: February 27, 2012, 09:31:25 am »
Actually it should already be dynamic width. Not sure what's going wrong then... What's your screen resolution?

Suggestions / Re: Aircraft Image on Buying Aircraft Pages
« on: February 27, 2012, 09:28:55 am »
Well, feel free to contribute aircraft pictures that conform to that idea, and that you have the copyright on ;) Seriously though, it's a good suggestion that would, IMO, add to the feel of the game, but getting those pictures for the 800-something individual aircraft we have in our database, not counting all engine options, without copyright issues is not realisticly possible I think.

Game Updates / Re: [Debug] New Table Structure
« on: February 26, 2012, 09:36:58 am »

1. Much to my own surprise, I managed to javascript (which, let's put it mildly, am not quite proficient in) a code to correctly sort by route profit. Let me know if it doesn't work, as far as I can see it does! The same applies to percentages, the sorting for those was wrong too but it's fixed now!

2. Replaced HS with icon. Feature will follow at some point in time ;)

3. Slightly increased the margin between tables when viewing routes per hub

4. Added option to view all routes (options are now 10, 25, 50, 100, All)

5. Some minor efficiency tweaks

Game Updates / Re: [Debug] New Table Structure
« on: February 24, 2012, 08:14:52 pm »
Oh yes, HS is what you think it is :p

Game Updates / Re: [Debug] New Table Structure
« on: February 24, 2012, 08:02:43 pm »
@Grawood: as noted above, that's because (for the time being) it decides to do alphabetical sorting instead of the normal numeric sorting. Will be fixed in a later release.

Game Updates / Re: [Debug] New Table Structure
« on: February 24, 2012, 06:53:14 pm »
It works now. It was just that it showed all routes at once, instead of showing ten at the time.

Also, the sorting logic seems weird. I want to sort by plane, then by profit (*vegetable*f-clicking on both), but the profit sorting begins at 100k, regardless if it's ascending or descending. Screenshots here:

One last question will it be possible to select to view all routes in one table, like the old version, but with the new features?

Seems like you were one of the first people to encounter the Cookie Bug. The system was first setup to save your last sorting state, but having that feature turned out to essentially disable the entire system. We caught the bug just after release (before release, it strangely didn't show up) and it's fixed now, so that's probably why it didn't work at first for you. What you do know now, is that if the system fails, at least the table will still show :)

About the sorting logic: This implementation is an early version, the sorting doesn't take into account the fact that the data is actually financial so it'll just sort alphabetically. We'll get to fixing that eventually :p

And yes, that'll be possible, obviously! Or at least I'll make sure it will be.

Game Updates / Re: [Debug] New Table Structure
« on: February 24, 2012, 03:01:01 pm »
Regarding the top-most checkbox, I think I know the issue there, and it can be solved quite easily. What's going on, basically, is that clicking the checkbox does in fact select all the routes currently visible in the table, but also makes the system think you want to change the sorting setting. So essentially, it selects, then sorts, making most if not all of the checked routes invisible. I'll work on moving the checkbox later.

Regarding it not sorting on Opera, I don't seem to be able to replicate that problem seeing as it does work correctly when I check it in Opera. Can you get me screenshots so I can maybe see why it doesn't work?

Game Updates / [Debug] New Table Structure
« on: February 24, 2012, 12:02:12 pm »
Ladies and gentlemen,

Today I would like to announce the bug testing phase for a new kind of table structure we implemented, and we would like your opinion on it. Currently, we've only launched it on "View Routes", but if you like it, we might just put it in almost everywhere. The main features for this kind of table structure thingy are the following:

  • Automatic Pagination, choose the number of items you want to see and no loading time for page change.
  • Easy sorting, just click the column header and the table will sort all the data instantly without page load. Also: use Shift+Click to sort by two colums.
  • Instant Filtering, just type the text you want to see in the field above the table and the table will instantly show what you need.

Just go to the regular View Routes page, and then click the button on the top for New View Routes.

After you've seen and used the page, please don't hesitate to come here and let us know what you think!

Thanks for your help,

Rens den Uijl
Airline Mogul - R&D

General Chat / Re: Question on the Revenue Model
« on: February 24, 2012, 11:32:48 am »
Very true. Apart from adapting the route revenue, which in my honest opinion is a must-do, there should be more aspects of running an airline taken into consideration in AM, such as staff (which we have already, but in a very basic way), maintenance (same), airport charges other than in gate rent and that sort of stuff. Problem is, it takes time, and you have to find that perfect balance between ease-of-implementation and realism. Still, has to be done IMO.

Bugs / Re: [PW2180] Wrong Image Showing Up
« on: February 20, 2012, 09:47:09 am »
That is not a bug. When I look at your airline in that world ( I see the Cirrus Alliance logo. Try force-refreshing your screen to clear your browser cache, which is probably the cause of your problem. Just push Shift+F5 (or Ctrl+F5, can't remember, just try both) and you'll probably see it worked. If not, please post back so we know there's an actual problem ;)


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General Chat / Re: The Welcome back thread
« on: February 17, 2012, 11:08:48 am »
Oh, join the group, I have the same problem. Play it for a bit, then find yourself being occupied with other things, then coming back after like 3 months, story of my AM life :p

Airline Reports / The Legacy Of OrangeAir - The Dutch Airline of AM
« on: February 16, 2012, 05:20:59 pm »

Ladies and gentlemen, online airline managers of Airline Mogul,

Thank you for taking the time to read this message. We're hoping that you read it because OrangeAir means something to you. Maybe you have been competing with us in one of the many AM games we played, maybe you have only heard of International Aircraft Financing as one of the premium brokers of AM, maybe you haven't heard anything about the OrangeAir legacy before. Either way, it is time to say goodbye.

OrangeAir has been around since the 25th of December 2006. (Apparently, someone found it necessary to start a new online airline on the 1st day of Christmas...) Since then, a lot has changed. In fact, almost everything about OrangeAir has changed at some point, except for its name. And the biggest change is yet to come. Part of playing an online game is that your interest in it comes and goes, meaning your airline thrives and sinks. Especially with airlines as old as OrangeAir, every logo, every livery, every single game of AM tells a story. Some stories are good, some are bad. Some memories you want to stay, some you want to go. Sometimes you want your airline to stop existing, sometimes you want to revive it, dust it off and continue as before. Sometimes you find that such a revival is possible, sometimes you find it isn't. OrangeAir has been lying around without function, gathering dust for quite some time, and it is time to stop that from happening.

We hereby announce the immediate end of OrangeAir, and the start of HVM - the Hollandse Vliegtuig Maatschappij (Dutch Aircraft Company). With the end of OrangeAir (and IAF, but more on that later) comes the start of a new, equally Dutch but completely different company. We are still building the brand to make it as great as OrangeAir used to be, so more information on HVM will follow later. The most important thing now, at least in our humble opinion, is to sit back and enjoy the good memories OrangeAir has brought you.

To honor the past and celebrate the future, we have created a special OrangeAir History Tour, 5 Years of Orange. This special history tour will guide you through the different looks and feels OrangeAir has had since its beginning on a cold Christmas Day in 2006, up to its final moment in February of 2012. Click the link below to start the tour.

Thanks for reading this uncommon Airline Report, and thanks for having been part of the OrangeAir experience.

 - MrOrange

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