I'll do some things at 1.7.10, but most of my work will be focused on 1.10.2. Backporting feature-to-feature is problematic, and backporting whole mod is kinda time-demanding and not interesting for developers. Why would you stay on 1.7.10?
Firstly, don't tell other people what to do until you're their chief. You're NOT my chief. Secondly, this exactly is a horrible idea from my point of view. Regarding new stock — read the original post.
Being rude is never an option. Moreover, read the forum rules.
because the most interesting mod are on 1.7.10 and rarely in latest version than 1.7.10 . if i go to 1.8 ,1.9 ,or 1.10 i'will lose all the mods i love just for one i love also , i lose more i gain .
And an last thing: Yeay, you are right, there aren't realy much 1.10.2-Mods out. But, there will hopefully be updated to that Version! Hopefully, we will see...
Just unfolding idea already stated in twitter — I'm doing some improvements and bugfixes to Don's version and will later develop 1.7 and 1.10 in parallel. Most of new features will go to 1.10, while 1.7 will get bugfixes and enhancements with little bit of brand-new stuff.
Today is a new chapter for my map, once again. I started on a new project a while ago, the one I have posted a few pictures of a few pages back. Some more work have been done to the map, but most importiantly: It is now up for download for those who wish to use it. It is not a seperate world from the other downloadable map I have out there, oh no. I have merged the two worlds together, and it turned out quite ok actually, with a bridge connecting them together. The map is now longer and better then ever, with the main line growing so it connects to a whole new town, where a new railwayline begins, bringing your adventure forther down the line, with new towns to visit.
I did travel the whole distance with a Yer yesterday, and only the Yer. No waggons, no stopping at stations, no switching or turning the locomotive (as you have to do when comming from one line, and will go on the next one, unless you want to go backwards the whole way), just running from one end to the other. It took me 27 minutes to do so. So when you normally will stop at stations, refill coal, switch locomotives, couple/uncouple carts and so on, it will take you a while to go from one end to the other.
I thought I had a picture of the bridge, but I could not find it. So this have to do instead.
This was made with the original RoW mod, so if you use Don's branch, you might have some problems. Atleast last time I tried out his branch, I had to replace every single rail on the map I used it on. If this is still a problem with the mod, then you have been warned. I don't have a copy of the map using Don's branch yet.