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Disponibilidad de la característica

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El 17 de enero de 2009 se añadió como nueva característica de OpenTTD, el servicio de descarga de contenido online, que permite la descarga de contenidos a través de internet desde un servidor central (content.openttd.org).

Los autores de archivos NewGRF, IA (Inteligencia Artificial), escenarios, etc. deben primero subir sus trabajos a BaNaNaS, la página web del servicio de contenidos.

Una vez añadidos, los jugadores de OpenTTD podrán descargar estos archivos NewGRF, IA, escenarios, etc. utilizando para ello la interfaz del juego. Los usuarios sólo tiene que seleccionar lo que quieren descargar y el juego se encarga de instalar todos los archivos. (El puerto por defecto es el 3978).

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Downloading content

The new Check online content button in the main menu.
To open the download interface, click the Check online content at the bottom of the main menu.

A new dialog will open up. The left half of this window contains a list of all content available at the Content Server. The first column of the list shows the type of content, the second column the name given to the content. Click on the name of an entry in the list to view more information about the content you selected. This information is displayed in the right half of the window.

In front of each entry there's a checkbox. You can select content for downloading by clicking on the appropriate checkboxes. Content you already own and which is up to date is indicated by a green bullet instead of a checkbox. Instead of selecting all content manually, you can also use the Select updates button in the lower left corner. This button allows you to select all content which you've already downloaded previously but of which a new version is available.

If you are looking for specific content, you can use the tag/name filter textbox in the top right corner of the window to display only items that include the word you've entered in their name or tags (keywords specified by the author to describe the content).

Progress indicator.
When you're happy about your selection, click the Download button in the lower right corner. A progress indicator will appear and the content you selected will be downloaded and installed automatically. If this is done, you can click the OK button to close the dialog. Now either select more content and repeat the process or close the window by using the button in the upper left window or by clicking the 'Cancel' button at the bottom of the window.

Please note that if you've downloaded NewGRFs that these are not automatically added to the NewGRF settings window. You still have to do that manually.

The Content Downloading interface.

Connecting to a server with missing content

Sometimes a server uses newgrf versions which are not accessible anymore via the "online content" as accessible from the main menu. You can load the missing newgrfs (as far as they have been uploaded ever to the online content server) from the network server join lobby:

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