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    FrankoBurns: I, like you am a grouch, but a please and a thank you will go a long way with me. I can not play your game if I don't know the rules. Personality is who I am - Attitude is who you are. Thank you.

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    Thanks Jiggywatt. At least your answer is short and to the point and it helped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amtrakconductor View Post
    FrankoBurns: I, like you am a grouch, but a please and a thank you will go a long way with me. I can not play your game if I don't know the rules. Personality is who I am - Attitude is who you are. Thank you.
    I wasn't aware there was any sarcasm in my post...or attitude....simply straight to the point.
    I'm like an old SD9; It Growls, Howls & squeaks...but it will run forever!

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    "Should have posted this in the ACTIVITIES section of the board so you wouldn't dig up an old thread. You only have to ask your question once...not everyone visits here on your schedule...check the activity with RouteRiter, then use RouteRiter's consist editor to check the stock and locomotives and any static consists... Just because it "appears" to be all there doesn't mean it is. You might have to load the activity up in your activity editor and "Verify the starting state".....If you don't know how to use the AE, you should learn."

    Since I am fairly new to the technical aspects of all this, re-read your reply and you might be able to see how I could have misunderstood your post, as a bit sarcastic, with the way some of it was worded, like asking my question twice, which is basically what I did, since everyone else appeared to be ignoring it and as far as my schedule goes, that's not really relevant. I did check everything with Route Riter and I am quite efficient with the AE. I never had a lot of time to experiment with some of this stuff until I retired last year, so once again, if I misunderstood, I apologize.

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