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Signs are directional, so you can expect the term direction to be used fairly often. Whenever you have to set a direction, you can pick from the following list.
|left||l||Left while looking at the text-side of the sign|
|right||r||Right while looking at the text-side of the sign|
|forward||f||Forwards while looking at the text-side of the sign|
|backwards||b||Backwards while looking at the text-side of the sign|
|upwards||u||Upwards the vertical rails|
|downwards||d||Downwards the vertical rails|
|none||n||Known as no direction, never activates, etc.|
Sign systems like the station and blocker sign support additional arguments on the sign. There you can set what to make the train do after a certain situation. The same formats described above can be used, the difference is that forwards and backwards now denote that relative to the train, and not to the sign. Forwards basically means continue in the same direction.