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    Default Start up command MSTS with Raildriver

    I want to add this to the startup of MSTS When using raildriver to start MSTS.

    Does anyone know where this could go.

    "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Train Simulator\train.exe" /anisotropic -vm:w

    instead of using
    "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Train Simulator\train.exe"
    Rick

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    Default Start up command MSTS with Raildriver

    I want to add this to the startup of MSTS When using raildriver to start MSTS.

    Does anyone know where this could go.

    "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Train Simulator\train.exe" /anisotropic -vm:w

    instead of using
    "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Train Simulator\train.exe"
    Rick

    http:\\mononrr.com

    MONON-2


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    Right-click on your MSTS shortcut, select Properties and change TARGET line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick-MONON View Post
    I want to add this to the startup of MSTS When using raildriver to start MSTS.

    Does anyone know where this could go.

    "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Train Simulator\train.exe" /anisotropic -vm:w

    instead of using
    "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Train Simulator\train.exe"
    I don't believe it possible to add any command line options to the running of MSTS from either Raildriver or Trainstore. Neither can you specify the path to the train.exe image either. It's a bummer.

    However, not all is lost. Just start MSTS the way you want but before selecting an activity to run, alt-tab back to the desktop, start RDmgr and when you press PLAY in RDmgr, it'll restart your minimized MSTS and you are off and running. When you exit MSTS, you can just minimize RDMgr and leave it running all the time. Then the next time you start MSTS, RD will just be there waiting to go.
    Dave

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