Bug #3875

Capacity indication inconsistency

Added by Anonymous over 7 years ago. Updated over 5 years ago.

Status:ClosedStart date:2012-04-01
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:-% Done:

100%

Category:Code
Target version:2.0.0

Description

The naming of vans in the depot list is inconsistent: some have an indication of the capacity between () like (small) or (middle). And some lack any indication.

Geen naam, 1 Jan 1883.png (151 KB) Anonymous, 2012-04-01 15:06


Related issues

Duplicates Dutch Trains 2 - Feature #3646: Review vehicle names for consistency Closed 2012-02-05

Associated revisions

Revision 430:02f972887154
Added by foobar over 7 years ago

Fix: make capacity indication of wagons consistent (closes #3875)

History

#1 Updated by foobar over 7 years ago

This is more or less part of #3646 as well.
I couldn't really find a suitable word for something smaller than "small", so I left it blank for now. Suggestions to this extent are welcome :)

I didn't really like "very small". And then I was out of ideas...

#2 Updated by foobar over 7 years ago

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#3 Updated by Mahoo76 over 7 years ago

How about "tiny", "original", "standard" ??

#4 Updated by Anonymous over 7 years ago

Mahoo76 wrote:

How about "tiny", "original", "standard" ??

I thought about original too but define original :). But I must admit the same goes for middle.

#5 Updated by Mahoo76 over 7 years ago

How about depending on year of introduction:
before 1900 "ancient"
1900<1940 "old"
1940<1980 "classic"
1980<2020 "modern"
after 2020 "futuristic"

or something similar

#6 Updated by foobar over 7 years ago

I rather have something that indicates the capacity. That one thing is newer than the other is already implicitly defined by the order of the vehicles. Well, capacity too as newer generally means higher capacity. But still :D

Tiny can work. Myself I was thinking x-small, but that doesn't translate well. "Mini" maybe be an option as well.

Or just avoid this whole issue and go small-medium-large-huge. But that gives the situation that modern wagons will be called 'huge', where I rather just call them 'large' and keep huge for the odd exception.

#7 Updated by Voyager1 over 7 years ago

Why bothering with words that could also represent a problem when translated into other languages?

XS = very small
S = Small
M = medium
L = large
XL = very large
XXL = very very large

#8 Updated by foobar over 7 years ago

That's probably the best idea so far. Especially since it doesn't take much space :)

#9 Updated by foobar over 7 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Closed
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

Applied in changeset 02f972887154.

#10 Updated by foobar over 5 years ago

  • Target version changed from 231 to 2.0.0

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