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    Paste this option in settings.txt:

    useQuadTree = false

    To avoid terrain issues.

    Crashes when selecting track? It's highly unexpected. Can you tell more?

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    No, doesn't happen all the time and when it does, it just generates that message about
    sending data to Microsoft. I guess I could send you the log file or cut/paste here.

    Jerry

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    I think it's not a crash because of selecting but because of unselecting previous object.
    When it happens, please tell what object was selected before.

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    Okay, and I added the line you suggested to the setup file and that cleared the terrain issue, although when
    the route is opened, I can move under the terrain which is not always desirable. Is there a key, or a command
    to toggle this feature, like the "/" key does in MSTS.
    Also, I notice that if I use the mouse to move around in a route, it is very course and jerky. is there a key to
    press to smooth this out?

    Lastly, I selected and unselected several dozen objects today (I am working in a warehouse area that has
    many sidings etc. ) for the purpose of aligning them to the track and did not experience a crash.

    landnrailroader

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    Default TSRE Settings

    The / key performs same function as MSRE, toggle terrain collision but to start at ground level check for this line in the settings.txt file: cameraStickToTerrain = true


    The mouse can be much improved in Mouse Properties reached from Win 10 Settings Menu.
    Here's my setting:
    W10_MouseProperties0.jpg

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    You don't need to use windows mouse properties for mouse adjustements in TSRE.
    TSRE has it's own setting in settings.txt file:
    mouseSpeed = 0.5

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    My settings file has this line in it.

    #cameraStickToTerrain = true

    Does that "#" make this a comment or an active command. I set the mouse speed low and I noticed that the mouse speed line
    in the settings file is:

    #mouseSpeed = 0.1

    landnrailroader

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    # means this line is inactive.

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    When procedural tracks are arriving in TSRE5?
    I am away from OR since months.

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    No date announced yet.
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    .... LIRR BUILD PHOTOS ....
    .............LIRR VIDEO.............
    ...... Eschew Obsfucation ......

    On the The Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor there is a Tablet. On it is written:
    "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
    the wretched refuse of your teeming shore, send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me,
    I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"

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