Blue version of hTBHFoEdit
Hi everyone, please can somebody make (hTBHFo
) with this blue () instead of the red color? I think the code are uhTBHFo. Roni Jorge Junior ^{(MSG)} 14:53, 27 January 2016 (UTC)
 (
uhTBHFo
). Useddenim (talk) 20:57, 27 January 2016 (UTC) Thank you. Roni Jorge Junior ^{(MSG)} 21:15, 27 January 2016 (UTC)
Station (vuexKBHFaexBHF)Edit
Hello, I'm looking for a station icon like this one (vuexKBHFaeBHF
), but with fully closed lines. I assume it should be named vuexKBHFaexBHF
. Thanks for your help. Tachro (talk) 03:18, 20 March 2016 (UTC)
BHF+BUE is poor as it doesn't distinguish where the level crossing is so it is not I noteEdit
Can someone codify a symbol for HST minor station and similar for BST with a small level crossing x immediately after it and one for before it, otherwise we have two symbols to use one after the other which seems overkill. An attempt has been made with BHF+BUE but is so counterintuitive as one X on top of a station it has obviously been rightfully omitted from the Template:Railway_line_legend. A small station can appear at top of an icon and X below, there is poor logic showing an x elsewhere otherwise and such an icon would help with station identification (and improvements should the level crossing find the funds to be replaced) Adam37 Talk 17:31, 14 May 2016 (UTC)
 User:Adam37 refers to the icon (
BHF+BUE
). Discussion is more fruitful when the subject is available.  Tuválkin ✉ ✇ 00:40, 16 May 2016 (UTC)
 I like the bit where he says «obviously been rightfully omitted from the Template:Railway_line_legend». Yeah, a mere glimpse at the editing history of that template shows that much thought was put into its elaboration, unlike the way BSicons are created, which is haphazard and careless with no discussion put into it at all. (Oh, wait!)  Tuválkin ✉ ✇ 00:47, 16 May 2016 (UTC)
dhNULrEdit
I would like to request a horizontally flipped (dhNULl
), which to the best of my knowledge would be (dhNULr
). Regards, Arsenikk ^{(talk)} 11:44, 5 June 2016 (UTC)
Diagonal linesEdit
Would it be feasible to have a group of icons similar to the üw set but with 22.5° offset 26.565° (tan^{1}0.5). maths fail. Jc86035 (talk • contributions • uploads) 05:40, 7 June 2016 (UTC) instead of 45°? (Could also work with the KRW
group.) Jc86035 (talk • contributions • uploads) 03:54, 6 June 2016 (UTC)
 Possible? yes; feasible? no. Consider the two examples: at 22½°, the red line, which starts at (0,0), continues across but does not reach another “standard” edge point. The same applies to the green (0,250) and blue (500,500) lines.
If—and this is a very big if—a new set of diagonal lines were to be introduced, I would have them run at 30°/60°, which at least end at standard edge points.
Furthermore, there is the naming issue: how would you name the icon with a line that starts at (0,375) at a downward 30° angle, then curves to end at (250,500) in the forward direction? Useddenim (talk) 23:31, 6 June 2016 (UTC) For your information: The angle of 1:2 gradient is 26.565 precisely, far from 30.  Sameboat  同舟 (talk · contri.) 02:09, 7 June 2016 (UTC)
 @Sameboat, Useddenim: 1:2 gradient was what I intended to mean in the original post.
As for an icon specifically going from(We could probably avoid creating any new roots by augmenting existing STR and KRW roots with combinations of the existing a (or f), e (or g), l and r suffixes.) Jc86035 (talk • contributions • uploads) 05:40, 7 June 2016 (UTC)lower rightlower left to forward, could we take the KRW root and call itKRW+le
KRW+re
[edited for clarity Jc86035 (talk • contributions • uploads) 11:24, 7 June 2016 (UTC)]? For the purple line on the left panel, I may call it
KRWl+4
(c.f. (STRl+4
)) and on the right pannel,KRW2+r
(c.f. (STR2+r
)).  Sameboat  同舟 (talk · contri.) 09:05, 7 June 2016 (UTC)@Sameboat, Useddenim: Come to think of it, starting at (0,375) would put it into the parallel lines category (since Sameboat's proposed icons start at (0,0), (0,250) and (0,500)), so the naming could also be something like@Useddenim: We probably wouldn't have a curve specifically from (0,375) (diagonally) to (250,500) (straight) because that would require a curve in two directions to avoid having a corner in the line. For any line from (0,125) to (250,500), however, we could potentially end up having either or both ends as a diagonal (potentially allowing a 90° turn, but not a 63.4° turn), giving us four (or five) permutations. Jc86035 (talk • contributions • uploads) 12:03, 7 June 2016 (UTC)KRW+r
(based on (STR+r
). We would need a bit of clarifying in the names (yay, more suffixes?) as to if either end is diagonal (and if yes, in which of the two – or four, if we allow directional changes smaller than 90° – directions it goes in), since Category:Icons for railway descriptions/parallel lines/curve is right angles only. Jc86035 (talk • contributions • uploads) 11:24, 7 June 2016 (UTC)
 For the purple line on the left panel, I may call it
 @Sameboat, Useddenim: 1:2 gradient was what I intended to mean in the original post.
 For your information: The angle of 1:2 gradient is 26.565 precisely, far from 30.  Sameboat  同舟 (talk · contri.) 02:09, 7 June 2016 (UTC)





 Also, how would you differentiate between a line starting at (0,0) and running towards (500,250) vs. one starting at (0,0) and running towards (250,500)? Useddenim (talk) 15:24, 7 June 2016 (UTC)
 For (0,0) to (250,500) I may call it
SHI4+4
for connecting with (SHI4+lq
) (Category:Icons for railway descriptions/shift/four quarters), add suffixq
if you want, even though I do not think it is necessary. Corners follow the same rule: KRW for flatter slope (1:2); SHI4 for steeper slope (2:1).  Sameboat  同舟 (talk · contri.) 00:19, 8 June 2016 (UTC)
 For (0,0) to (250,500) I may call it
 Also, how would you differentiate between a line starting at (0,0) and running towards (500,250) vs. one starting at (0,0) and running towards (250,500)? Useddenim (talk) 15:24, 7 June 2016 (UTC)




exHUB seriesEdit
I've used (exHUBaq
) and (exHUBeq
) in several diagrams (and uploaded (exHUBq
), (HUBxaq
) and (HUBxeq
)). (The first two were originally uploaded by Туча.) Is it necessary to have an exHUB group (given that it introduces a certain level of complexity for the junction icons, and the difference isn't very visible at 20px anyway)? Jc86035 (talk • contributions • uploads) 11:46, 15 June 2016 (UTC)
 Would be helpful if the strokedasharray is greater, the existent ones are just too exquisite.  Sameboat  同舟 (talk · contri.) 11:52, 15 June 2016 (UTC)