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    Question Monon 2 v17: Problem with snow.exe... Error Message...

    I have a problem to use the snow.exe file in the Monon Route-2 v17...

    The program open correctly and I can choose the snow texture (terrtex) I want to use ...

    However then when I click on the 'Process' button I get the following error message: «Run-time Error '9': Subscript out of range »

    Monon2-17_snow.exe_Error.jpg

    I deleted and re-installed the route and get the same error.

    My OS is Win 7 Ultimate and MSTS is installed on the D: Drive (SSD).

    Your help would be appreciated.

    Matthew
    Last edited by CNoR; 03-03-2016 at 10:05 PM.

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    If I remember this right, the program creator said the snow program can only process up to 30,000 terrtex files at a time.
    I had to do the Monon-2 in the 3 sections.
    Rick

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    Quote Originally Posted by CNoR View Post
    I have a problem to use the snow.exe file in the Monon Route-2 v17...
    If you can identify the source folder paths for the terrtex options, you might use simple batch files. Here are a couple of examples.

    Hvy-Snow.bat
    call xcopy "..\silverton_V2\Terrtex\Snow\Hvy-Snow" "..\silverton_V2\Terrtex\Snow\" /Y
    Exit

    Lite-Snow.bat
    call xcopy "..\silverton_V2\Terrtex\Snow\Lite-Snow" "..\silverton_V2\Terrtex\Snow\" /Y
    Exit

    regards,
    charlie

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie View Post
    If you can identify the source folder paths for the terrtex options, you might use simple batch files. Here are a couple of examples.

    Hvy-Snow.bat
    call xcopy "..\silverton_V2\Terrtex\Snow\Hvy-Snow" "..\silverton_V2\Terrtex\Snow\" /Y
    Exit

    Lite-Snow.bat
    call xcopy "..\silverton_V2\Terrtex\Snow\Lite-Snow" "..\silverton_V2\Terrtex\Snow\" /Y
    Exit

    regards,
    charlie
    I'll try that...

    Thank you (Rick and Charlie) for your answers!

    Matthew

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