TrainTimes 2.01 released

An update has been released by Kevin Wells for his application that helps RISC OS users look-up railway timetables and other related information. Called TrainTimes, the software acts as a go-between by using Wget to relay the users’ selections to a remote provider, Real Time Trains and National Rail depending on what is being looked up, and to receive the results of that. Those results are then processed and displayed by the application itself.

Version 2.01 of TrainTimes contains a number of improvements over the last version, with the first and most obvious one being that when a particular station is selected, its name is now displayed on the icon bar.

There is now also the option to choose between arrivals and departures when looking at either station and future timetables – although Kevin notes this is only useful on stations where trains either start or finish.

And the third change is that the Station Info window is now filled out with more data than before, and that information can be saved as either plain text or HTML.

If you are a new user, please note that in order to use the software you will need to register with Real Time Times (linked above) to obtain a username and password, which will be needed by the software.

If you find any of Kevin’s software useful, why not consider rewarding him for it by buying some merchandise or with a small contribution.

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