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The Presignal Basics is explained here: how they work, how they behave, and how does work a terminal station, and whats the use of the combo presignal.
Part 1: Identify the signals
There are five type of signals in OTTD. If you click on a normal signal with CTRL is held, these signals will appear:
Normal Signal: It doens`t have any special alibity, it turns to red if the next signal block is blocked by any train.
Entry Presignal: It works like a normal signal, plus it turns to red if all exit presignals, or combo presignals are red after it.
Exit Presignal: It works same as normal signal, but it signs for the entry, or combo signals, if self is red.
Combo Presignal: It have Entry and Exit presignal alibities both: It turns to red if all Exit/Combo are red after it, and it signs for the Entry/Combo Presignals, if the self is red.
PBS Signal - removed type of signal: Not a Presignal, it enables more trains in one signal block, since PBS means Path Based Signaling. This type of signal isnt explained here. PBS is dropped out of from nightlies due of its annoying bugs.