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    Simply superb, well done.

    Paul

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    that route in progress looks wonderful.

    Can anyone tell me where to find the Alps route that this team did? I would love to see that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crisger View Post
    Can anyone tell me where to find the alps route that this team did?
    For RS only: http://www.otto-wipfel.co.uk/rs-down...-route-1_1.zip

    Have not bothered to copy it into RW, it's distant alpine mountains not displaying as they should.

    Giovanni said at the time that one of their guys has found a way to improve their looks and look forward to this new route !

    O t t o

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    Thank you Otto, i have both RS and RW so i will try this in RS, thanks for the link. Much appreciated.
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    Looks really cool!

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    Wink Get the original

    Just ignore Otto's mountain prejudices and download the route directly from the Amici Treni site at this URL: http://www.railworks.it/download/com...bb32a12cc3d3e1

    Marco Pedretti, the route's creator, built it in RS, but I've had no trouble running it in RW. There are also some scenarios available, but be aware that in Italian routes are listed as scenari and scenarios are listed as activities.

    Buon divertimento!

    Tom Pallen

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    Hi! Can I ask what happened to www.railworks.it and www.otto-wipfel.co.uk, why and when, whether they will both ever return and where all of their products are currently available? Thank you for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clrichey View Post
    Hi! Can I ask what happened to www.railworks.it and www.otto-wipfel.co.uk, why and when, whether they will both ever return and where all of their products are currently available? Thank you for your help.
    You will not see them, because Otto is no longer with us mortals on earth....

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    Not to mention bumping an 11yo thread in the process!
    Vern.

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