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Thread: Adding Baseboards?

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    Default Adding Baseboards?

    Hi,
    I'm working on a route CN's Oakville sub. Oakville to Hamilton.
    And I've made half of Oakville yard and ran out of space.
    I know you can add baseboards but i don't know how.

    If anyone could tell me how to add baseboards it would be much apreciated.

    Thanks
    Rob
    Rob

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    Default RE: Adding Baseboards?

    It can be found under the land manipulation tools. Open the Advanced part of this tool pop out and you will see an icon called Extend Section which looks like a large white block with a smaller block over it. Click on that and then click where you want the new baseboard to appear.

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    Default RE: Adding Baseboards?

    Thanks!
    Now I can continue building the yard!
    Thanks again.
    ROb
    Rob

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    Default RE: Adding Baseboards?

    Maybe you could do a CN Grimsby part through Hamilton too? ;-) I live right on the tracks just about so it would be nice!

    Matt

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    Default RE: Adding Baseboards?

    Hi, BNSF4723.

    I can try to do the Grimbsy sub.
    The only problem is i don't know where the curves are.
    I know where the switches signals, etc, are.
    I'll start it soon.
    post or email me questions about it. (My Email: [email protected]
    Thanks
    Rob
    Rob

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    Default RE: Adding Baseboards?

    ummm. when you lay out a secton of track, you MAKE you own damned curve! geez.


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    Default RE: Adding Baseboards?

    Well I live at the stretch between Parkdale and Nash Rd. I believe Nash is the last east boundry and then trains get the ok to blow horns. I have no idea about the curves, the track is straight as an arrow at my place. Saw a nice train today! A CN Dash9, SD70i, SD40, and another Dash9! That was followed by almost 150 mixed!

    Matt

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    Default RE: Adding Baseboards?

    Good Idea cyclone1234!
    I think most of the subdivision is straight. (I could be wrong)
    It would be cool if You could EASILY change 2 cn dash9's , and sd70i and and sd40 from train sim to Trainz you could make that exact consist!

    Rob

    Rob

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    [font size="1" color="#FF0000"]LAST EDITED ON Jun-01-02 AT 12:55PM (EDT)[/font][p]hehehe, before I thought you wanted to know where the curves were on the real route! not Trainz. Cyclone was right, thanks to Surveyor's powerful interface, any kind of track can be achieved by molding it like your bending it with your own hands. A guy is doing a Dash9 for Trainz but I heard he's making it payware :-( Maybe I can get someone to do an SD70? eh, eh? ;-)

    Matt

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    Nvidia GeForce2 MX400 64mb :D !!!
    Windows XP Pro :-) !!!
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