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    Default Scenario Creation Tutorial Series

    A set of 4 tutorial videos on setting up a scenario is available on YouTube. These are NOT for those experienced with standard scenario writing, but should be of some use to those not familiar with the new timetable view scenario programming tool.

    The first of these is at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbArFwYTc1k

    you can find the others by searching on "FairportFriedy"

    Jim Friedland

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    Thanks Jim that help us who have not started that part of sim yet.

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    Jim,
    These are an excellent set of tutorials. Thank you.

    I would only have one comment. When selecting a destination or waypoint, I have found selecting them from the map is a bit fiddly. I prefer to just pick them from the drop down list. Saves an awful lot of scrolling and zooming.

    Are you planning to do any more?

    Andy

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    Good Morning:

    Thanks for the tutorial videos, it seems that the older I get the less I can comprehend from reading so the tutorials are a god send for me.

    Thanks again and waiting for more.

    Chandler

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    Nice job, Jim.

    Who said AI trains don't work in RW?

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    Default Part 5

    The new part of the scenario creation series covers train "priority." Again a simple non-scenery route used to clarify the concept. It is available on youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfpdZfZESHY or search for the entire series using "FairportFriedy".

    Ii am always interested in feedback, good and bad.

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    Thanks Jim!

    I've watched them all and they are quite clear and helpful. I appreciate you taking the time to create them and I look forward to any more you might create.

    All the best,
    Chris

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    oops forgot about this tutorial will add it to the master list now.
    Josh

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