Here are some of the neat features that I have discovered since I wrote that post.
- Colour coding: trains running on time display the expected arrival time in grey. Slightly late-running trains are in yellow, while very late-running trains are in red.
- If a train is cancelled, you certainly know about it. The background turns red, and it displays in bold writing: ‘Cancelled’. Clicking on it gives you the reason for the cancellation.
- Service disruption alerts. A little envelope with an exclamation mark appeared. I clicked on it, and it displayed the following message:
Train services between Edinburgh and Dunbar, and between Edinburgh and North Berwick are being disrupted due to a derailed freight train.
This Windows Gadget certainly isn’t a half-arsed effort. The information it conveys is incredibly detailed.