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    Hi Ged, thanks very much for the info buddy.

    Just will not apply the settings here, the log file always shows Direct3D 11.0 [level 11.1]

    But i do get 11.1

    Much appreciate you taking the time to reply, Ged.

    Regards,
    Mike.
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    Just purchased this program.

    I don't usually like rail cars and passenger stuff that much, but this was great, good sounds,( I am hooked already) makes the bigger train programs look very shabby.

    The idea of letting the train drive in watch view is also a great idea.

    Signals seem to work well, no need to constantly ask to pass signals at stop for no reason except bad programinig because you have made them work like the real thing, well done.

    The train operation seems good to although i have never run a diesel rail car in real life.

    Also like the idea that i do not have to have steam to run it.

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    Thanks theswitcher, I'm glad you like the sim!

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    Request for the future please Oskari, BR\WR LQ Semaphores and GWR BR\WR ATC ramps, please.

    Mike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    Request for the future please Oskari, BR\WR LQ Semaphores and GWR BR\WR ATC ramps, please.
    Those are certainly possible! Do you know of any good photos of ATC track & cab equipment, or sound sources? I did a search but couldn't find many. For sounds one the forum messages I found suggested transacord.co.uk. The prices are ok but I'll need to contact the seller for permissions etc.

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    Use the AWS sounds Oskari, no need for further outlay on your behalf.

    http://www.gwsbristol.org/images/his...r/atc_ramp.jpg

    http://www.warwickshirerailways.com/gwr/gwrswg751.htm

    Not exactly a huge amount of info available sorry buddy.

    Mike.
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    DTG have managed to source GWR ATC sounds for the Dawlish route .

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    Half inch them, then.
    Yma O Hyd

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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    Use the AWS sounds Oskari, no need for further outlay on your behalf.

    http://www.gwsbristol.org/images/his...r/atc_ramp.jpg

    http://www.warwickshirerailways.com/gwr/gwrswg751.htm
    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Tarling View Post
    DTG have managed to source GWR ATC sounds for the Dawlish route .
    Thanks guys, I looked up a video of the Dawlish route on Youtube and the sounds do seem more or less identical to the AWS ones. The photos are a bit small but good enough for getting an idea of the ramp's general shape. I'll be looking into implementing these once the editor stuff is ready.

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    Morning Chaps,

    The ATC caution Siren is quite different from the caution Horn of AWS. .

    Very Best Wishes,
    Bob.

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