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  1. Thread: coupler spec'c

    by Vince
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    The MSTS Tech Docs have information on this....

    The MSTS Tech Docs have information on this.
    Here is a clip on the question you asked:

    r0 - The first value in here describes the rest length of the spring.
    The second indicates the length at...
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    (good advice above post) Depends on how the...

    (good advice above post)
    Depends on how the activity author set it up either with or without using reverse points.
    Yes, there are activities setup where you must use Manual Mode to perform...
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    For red or blue orphan poles I use the TSRE Hack;...

    For red or blue orphan poles I use the TSRE Hack;
    Set cursor to 'stick to all'; Snap a small track section to the orphan poles; Press Z; ( In crowded area set snap to distance smaller )
    Select...
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    Good to see you're still around Yuri! best...

    Good to see you're still around Yuri!

    best regards,
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    Yesterday I was sitting at my computer desk on...

    Yesterday I was sitting at my computer desk on 2nd floor and looking out the window could see mountains 80 miles away to the east near Lake Mead.

    regards,
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    I think using the number of XTracks crossover...

    I think using the number of XTracks crossover sections built with proper Nodes but with slight angle differences far outweighs tracks to horrible look of track crossings with NO frogs.

    I for one...
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    @>>>dcarleton Most of the XTracks crossover...

    @>>>dcarleton

    Most of the XTracks crossover sections I've used in both the PRR-East v2 and the Long Island Rail Road DO indeed have the proper Crossover Nodes defined.
    In fact I've never come...
  8. The TSRE log may give a clue as to what's wrong....

    The TSRE log may give a clue as to what's wrong. Filename is log.txt and is in the main TSRE folder. If you wish assistance please zip the log and attach to a post.

    regards,
  9. Thread: Load Map issue

    by Vince
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    Going to the URL you listed, ...

    Going to the URL you listed,
    http://api.mapbox.com/v4/mapbox.satellite/{lon},{lat},{zoom}/{res}x{res}.png?access_token=LongAndBoringAPICodin g

    gives this message:
    message "Not Authorized -...
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    Thanks re the PRR but I only cleaned up the...

    Thanks re the PRR but I only cleaned up the database problems, rebuilt Philadelphia, cleaned up the Chesnut Hill line, added 8 turntables and added in Ron Pickardi's rebuild Altoona and added speed...
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    If you want to easily access these two batch...

    If you want to easily access these two batch files create a shortcut to them on your desktop.
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    Why would you install into Program Files(86) when...

    Why would you install into Program Files(86) when it's well known for many years that it's going to cause you problems? :rolleyes:
  13. The Open Rails Log may give you a clue as to what...

    The Open Rails Log may give you a clue as to what is happening.

    regards,
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    Laptop? Check your keyboard mapping in MSTS and...

    Laptop? Check your keyboard mapping in MSTS and consider Open Rails.
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    Hi Swadesh, It could be a problem in the route...

    Hi Swadesh,
    It could be a problem in the route you are running or with the rolling stock you are using.

    First off, have you looked at the OR log and corrected any errors found there?
    You cannot...
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    No. AI traffic trains can share the player path. ...

    No. AI traffic trains can share the player path.
    You should use the Dispatcher HUD screen.
    It will show you where all your AI is and if any are stalled, the reason for the stall.

    regards,
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    An old MSTS caution is: Beware of laying long...

    An old MSTS caution is:
    Beware of laying long track sections across a tile boundary.

    Not sure if present day game engines and editors still suffer from this.
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    I never thought of using TrackViewer! Thanks...

    I never thought of using TrackViewer! Thanks Eric. I did use it to locate rogue signals tho'.
    The new Error function (v699) makes it easy if object is selected. Blue outline is visible a long way...
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    I experienced this on the PRRv2 rebuild. It was...

    I experienced this on the PRRv2 rebuild. It was always a rogue tracksection which sometimes appeared untextured. They showed up mostly underground but some were at at a high altitude.

    ++In...
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    Hi Scott, All very true for those still...

    Hi Scott,

    All very true for those still running MSTS.
    Running Open Rails I was able to just about fill all yards with rail cars from New Jersey to Washington DC without impacting frame rates AND...
  21. Correct.

    Correct.
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    Are you saying there is basically no scenery in...

    Are you saying there is basically no scenery in the route other than propane tanks for switch heaters?\

    regards,
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    Hi Randy, Route Riter has a panel for Hard...

    Hi Randy,
    Route Riter has a panel for Hard Linking although I've never used it .
    Is this (if you know) a process for doing what you are describing above using the Link Shell Extension utility?
    ...
  24. That particular track section has caused problems...

    That particular track section has caused problems in the past. Where the section length is equal to or less than the minimum join length.
    Here's the relevant post from 2009 >>>===>...
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    Oh my yes! That's why I say a first time TSRE...

    Oh my yes! That's why I say a first time TSRE user has a much easier time learning the new editor than an experienced MSTS editor user.

    Hint;
    Print up a single sheet of paper with the editor...
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