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  1. Other than how it looks is there really any...

    Other than how it looks is there really any difference from the 2001 KUJU Japan1/Odakyu route... the commuter train rte where you piddle along from one station to another w/ nothing else to do?
  2. FWIW, nobody I know here in California uses the...

    FWIW, nobody I know here in California uses the word Cali. It is, effectively, a sure-fire way of knowing the speaker knows little to nothing about California and has never lived here.
  3. Oh my! Well... it is their business... they can...

    Oh my! Well... it is their business... they can ruin it however they want.

    Odds are the route itself will be well done, look good, etc. etc. as the guys who make routes generally know their...
  4. WRT the thought they're going to release a...

    WRT the thought they're going to release a CalTrans route (San Francisco to San Jose), I find that suggestion astonishing. That run is almost perfectly flat passing thru 50 miles of identical...
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    Nobody seems to have answered the original...

    Nobody seems to have answered the original question. It is this: You do not need any of the MSTS program files to run Open Rails. You will need many MSTS data files to run a typical freeware route....
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    I have copies of all three CGW routes that Mike...

    I have copies of all three CGW routes that Mike did and he has authorized me to distribute them. The truth of the matter is I haven't gotten around to packaging them up. I'll get to it but it is...
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    So do I. The only thing it doesn't handle...

    So do I.

    The only thing it doesn't handle are multi-part zip files. OTOH, the 7z archive is often smaller than .zip... and it does .rar as well. And it is free.
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    The \common.inc directory tree is my idea. It...

    The \common.inc directory tree is my idea. It took a while to get to a good name for it and it's sub-folders.

    The purpose is to have a .wag/,eng neutral location for cert6ain include files. What...
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    That's very good art Scott, How about you put the...

    That's very good art Scott, How about you put the file(s) into the library? I'll like to use that and I'll wager others will too.
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    There was (is?) a terminal railroad in Kansas...

    There was (is?) a terminal railroad in Kansas City centered at the bottoms where the stockyards were as well as the shared Passenger terminal ... and another in Oakland California that served the...
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    One of the tables has become corrupted and so our...

    One of the tables has become corrupted and so our host is doing a backup. No ETA but I expect it will be this afternoon.

    What you saw this morning was the board software presenting you with the...
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    In such cases it would always be best if there...

    In such cases it would always be best if there were multiple places where such widely used CORE products can be downloaded.
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    Derek is dealing with a very serious illness and...

    Derek is dealing with a very serious illness and may not be very active in the forums.
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    Indeed. My Cal-P has things like the trainshed...

    Indeed. My Cal-P has things like the trainshed on the Oakland Mole, Oakland Army Base, Port of Oakland all as it was in 1950 and a boat-load of industrial spurs (such as this and this) from Richmond...
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    One of these years I'll finish my Cal-P (Oakland...

    One of these years I'll finish my Cal-P (Oakland to Sacramento) but everything in it is .ca 1950. As in marinated and deep fried in 1950.
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    IMO that can be a problem and it is inefficient...

    IMO that can be a problem and it is inefficient for the route developer (more keystrokes). It's the sort of issue that will be noticed only when running a train, seeing a bump, returning to TSRE to...
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    I went back to the area and tried to re-create...

    I went back to the area and tried to re-create the problem. I concluded what happened before was most likely a drop in the pitch of the road under some condition that moved the shape w/o also...
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    Not sure what you mean by mouse rotation Goku. ...

    Not sure what you mean by mouse rotation Goku. Could you explain?

    To date the only way I change the pitch is by typing a number into angle. I (try to) always set the pitch to zero before...
  19. I've done hte same thing as what Erik describes. ...

    I've done hte same thing as what Erik describes. It works perfectly and the task goes pretty quickly if y ou use TSRE to copy position and rotation on the wires.

    Do note you should not use the...
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    Vince, I had an interesting "failure to snap"...

    Vince, I had an interesting "failure to snap" yesterday -- had a road on a grade and was trying to extend it but the added section would consistently place itself about 6 inches too high. Trying the...
  21. Frank, what shortline is this?

    Frank, what shortline is this?
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    I used to go to the bother of making poles and...

    I used to go to the bother of making poles and wires track objects so I could lay them on a grade just like road or track. I've found a much easier way using TSRE:

    Lay a road shape that's...
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    Three to choose from Do nothing Find DEM...

    Three to choose from


    Do nothing
    Find DEM data and project just that tile.
    Use the TSRE function to set terrain height to a fixed amount and lift it all up as needed. You get a perfectly...
  24. I did a 35 mile tangent w/ help from the Object...

    I did a 35 mile tangent w/ help from the Object rotater -- IMO an essential tool.

    That said, there is still the issue that the tangent you need to set down and the tangent that will occur off the...
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    Go find a very old utility called Archibald. It...

    Go find a very old utility called Archibald. It is a .tdb editor. Even if you don't ever use it to edit your .tdb it's worth using to understand how the .tdb is organized.

    The core problem is...
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