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  1. You shouldn't have to edit the .s file unless you...

    You shouldn't have to edit the .s file unless you change the name of the texture, and the only reason you'd need to edit the .sd is if you made night and/or snow textures that weren't there already
  2. I think those identifiers (138R, 138LB, etc.) are...

    I think those identifiers (138R, 138LB, etc.) are just the names given to individual signals on a CTC board. Since the switch is not only fully protected by signas, but also powered, this is almost...
  3. It depends on the location, and the era, as to...

    It depends on the location, and the era, as to what sort of signals were present on a route, if any. Most modern systems use blocks of around two miles, but many older systems used lengths from two...
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    Typically I run the connecting tracks for a...

    Typically I run the connecting tracks for a handful of miles beyond the connection point and just end them at some point. General rule is that you shouldn't be able to clearly see the endpoint from...
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    I think his sets make use of 'control' signal...

    I think his sets make use of 'control' signal objects to set routing options, as mine do. The visible signal itself just gets information from the control signals to display the correct aspect for a...
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    The distance cars stop from crossing objects is...

    The distance cars stop from crossing objects is in a line in the .w file for that crossing object, I think. I know there's a tutorial at steam4me on this:
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    Looks like dithering to me. Not sure how your...

    Looks like dithering to me. Not sure how your editors handle edits, but there may be an option somewhere to disable it
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    USTracks. I'm actually going up this weekend to...

    USTracks. I'm actually going up this weekend to recon a bit more of the line in person, so I'll see if I buckle down and finish it this time
  9. I would recommend trying to contact a historical...

    I would recommend trying to contact a historical society for any of these railroads. GN and NP I think have a joint society, since they were basically sister roads for most of their lives. There is a...
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    Isn't there some sort of security protection on...

    Isn't there some sort of security protection on Disc 2 that acts up on newer OSs?
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    You don't need MSTS to install Open Rails. The...

    You don't need MSTS to install Open Rails. The only thing MSTS does for you is get you some default stuff, for older routes
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    If I recall right, TSRE was written in Python

    If I recall right, TSRE was written in Python
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    If you can attach a track piece to the ghost...

    If you can attach a track piece to the ghost lines, then you can use the hack by selecting the visible piece and using said hack
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    I'm pretty sure the 'delete vector' hack in TSRE...

    I'm pretty sure the 'delete vector' hack in TSRE will remove TDB lines without shapes, but I haven't used it in a while
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    You don't. I don't think such a control has ever...

    You don't. I don't think such a control has ever been implemented in OR. Even if it has, it probably would require .eng file modification to work
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    I assume you mean protection for workers going...

    I assume you mean protection for workers going between (or otherwise very close to) cars?

    There is no Generator Field switch to my knowledge, but I do the other two steps: set full independent...
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    My install only has the US3/US3r shapes...

    My install only has the US3/US3r shapes currently, along with DB2 bridge track (USTracks does not have bridge shapes). I used to have the hard-shoulder and embankment shapes, but when I discovered...
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    TSRE has a function built right in that allows...

    TSRE has a function built right in that allows swapping out shapes. On the left side of the screen near the top is a field displaying the shape's name. Under it is a button named 'Edit' where you can...
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    Bear in mind that if the goal is to use the new...

    Bear in mind that if the goal is to use the new track system for new routes, then placing Xtracks shapes and immediately converting them to said new track shapes (TSRE has a means of doing this) is...
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    What version of TSRE are you using? If the...

    What version of TSRE are you using? If the version you're using doesn't prompt you while loading, odds are that it doesn't have that feature
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    Why not just make them replacement shapes for...

    Why not just make them replacement shapes for Xtracks, in the US/DBTracks style? That way you don't have to mess with the tsection at all
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    Don't newer versions of TSRE have an option to...

    Don't newer versions of TSRE have an option to update dynamic track to not have problems with newer tsection versions? I haven't had a route tsection go bad in a long time
  23. Never mind the sheer number of people that have...

    Never mind the sheer number of people that have asked the same question over the...however long this has been a feature
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    A red light with a G (grade) plate allows a train...

    A red light with a G (grade) plate allows a train to pass a red automatic signal at restricted speed without having to stop (basically upgrading a Stop and Proceed signal to the equivalent of a...
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    Pro tip: Billings is in Montana, about 50 miles...

    Pro tip: Billings is in Montana, about 50 miles north of Wyoming (as the crow flies)

    Edit: you beat me to it
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