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Thread: Why you are using MSTS RE instead of TSRE?

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    I only use TSRE for a few things because there has been no good instruction manual or document for it. I have all the
    tips & tricks as well as the daily comments from ElvasTower but there are too many quirks for me (I'm almost 82) to
    learn anew. I do have one route that has a fatal error in RE or MSTS, but not TSRE or ORTS and so I will likely try to
    do part of it with TSRE but track & roads are already done, so the really quirky things will not get involved, like
    turning off or on the automatic saves to the databases etc.

    As for XP, I have one machine that still has XP on it.

    J. H. Sullivan

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    Quote Originally Posted by GokuMK View Post
    There is an option in settings.txt to enable only positive quaternions.
    What is this setting? I'm not seeing anything obvious in settings.txt...

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    You can find all settings here: https://github.com/GokuMK/TSRE5/blob.../Game.cpp#L265
    The one you are looking for is:
    useOnlyPositiveQuaternions = true
    You can also autofix old quaternions with loading all W files and autoFix set to true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GokuMK View Post
    Are you serious? He says he's struggling and 82 years old and you ask him to "read the source code"! I offered to write the documentation and you told me "it was all wrong" and to stop. The result: You get frustrated comments from people like J.H.Sullivan.
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    I went ahead and added all of the settings lines from the code to my settings file.
    I've alphabetized them because that's just me.
    As I don't know, yet, what they all do I've left most of them commented out. But I intend to find out.
    Here's a copy, for those interested.
    settings.zip
    Last edited by rdayt; 12-10-2020 at 11:13 AM.

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    Thanks for the work and sharing

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    Thanks for that, I like mine in some order also --- one question, does the "#" symbol in front of a setting comment it out? What's the purpose of it? I know nothing about the TSRE, mostly use it to run the Consist Editor and do easy tasks like moving trees or getting rid of route terrain spikes.
    Cheers, Gerry
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    Forever, ridin' drag in railroad knowledge.


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    Yes, pound (#) symbols are used to comment out a line

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    I do a quick update to the book.pdf file related to this thread.

    https://github.com/pwillard/TSRE5-Do...aster/book.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by pwillard View Post
    I do a quick update to the book.pdf file related to this thread.
    Pete, thank you, words fail me....your time and effort in putting this pdf together is much appreciated. Keep yourself well and happy.
    Best Regards, Gerry
    Cheers, Gerry
    It's my railroad and I'll do what I want! Historically accurate attitude of US Railroad Barons.
    Forever, ridin' drag in railroad knowledge.


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