TrainTimes is now at version 1.13 adds a couple of useful features to the train timetable window:
- The title bar for the window now includes the train’s ‘Headcode’ or ‘train reporting number’ – a code that can be decoded to reveal the type of train, its destination area, and an individual identifier.
- Users can now click Adjust on a station’s name on that timetable, and this will initiate a web-based look up (displayed in the system’s default web browser) of the National Rail Enquiries website for that station.
Another change is related to the second of these; if the timetable is saved out as HTML, the station name in the resulting HTML file now also includes a link to the station on that site.
Meanwhile, BusTimes has been updated to version 1.12 in order to address a small bug in the GPX file output (whereby an & character was included instead of its encoded & form).
Both applications can be downloaded from the Kevsoft website – and if you use and like any of Kevin’s software you can also now support him by buying some merchandise branded with the Kevsoft logo from Spreadshirt.