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    Crap! I knew I forgot something...

    Crap! I knew I forgot something...
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    :)

    :)
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    v1.09.27.19 update is now available. :)

    v1.09.27.19 update is now available. :)
  4. Wow! Great look scene!

    Wow! Great look scene!
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    Except for the keybord shortcuts, I'm getting the...

    Except for the keybord shortcuts, I'm getting the hang of the Railworks editors again. However, I'll be using Goku's editor for MSTS, which seems easier to keep keystrokes straight, albeit appears to...
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    Thank you, Bruce. :)

    Thank you, Bruce. :)
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    Thank you, David. :)

    Thank you, David. :)
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    Updates are coming...

    I'm regrouping and just getting back to updating the route (I just uploaded an update for Tehachapi). I've barely turned on my PC since last year, so I'm trying to re-familiarize myself with the two...
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    A long overdue update is now available in the...

    A long overdue update is now available in the 3DTrains forum.
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    V1.05.04.18 update is available for download. :)

    V1.05.04.18 update is available for download. :)
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    V1.05.04.18 update is available for download. :)

    V1.05.04.18 update is available for download. :)
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    You can use two different target types - one...

    You can use two different target types - one using the concrete (“_c_”) types, and one using the wood (“_w_”) style. The targets can be updated using alphas, and low and high target types are...
  13. Nice screens, Claus! :)

    Nice screens, Claus! :)
  14. Excellent work as usual, Pete! :)

    Excellent work as usual, Pete! :)
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    That's why I try and always put out cumulative...

    That's why I try and always put out cumulative updates. When in doubt, full build + update always keeps you current. :)
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    Wow - both scenes look fantastic, Chris!

    Wow - both scenes look fantastic, Chris!
  17. Yes - the only way to use lights on objects in...

    Yes - the only way to use lights on objects in MSTS is to fake it using AddATex for the material in your modeling program.
  18. Great shots, Neil! :)

    Great shots, Neil! :)
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    Last I heard the line is down to four trains a...

    Last I heard the line is down to four trains a day - and that was a year ago!
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    Hi Pete, With many moving towards Open Rails,...

    Hi Pete,

    With many moving towards Open Rails, the extra detail shouldn't be too problematic. I would, however, not include rivet detail, but the ribs and support channels should be OK.
  21. These are the same folks who have a couple of RR...

    These are the same folks who have a couple of RR Crossing games - object: to send as many cars across the tracks without getting whacked by a train. Now there's a game for kids to learn from....
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    Thanks for that, Geoff. You can also get hard...

    Thanks for that, Geoff. You can also get hard copies on the 'bay for a reasonable $. :)
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    Wonderful video! :)

    Wonderful video! :)
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    The cars are old ATSF cars from the 1950s, and...

    The cars are old ATSF cars from the 1950s, and since being folded into Amtrak, their maintenance has been to keep 'em rolling with spit and chewing gum. They would need a complete rebuild/restoration...
  25. PSP, originally by Jasc, was first released as...

    PSP, originally by Jasc, was first released as shareware on Compuserve in the 1990s.

    FWIW, I'm still using v6, which proves it's tough to teach an old dog...
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