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    Quote Originally Posted by crstagg View Post
    None of the CEs will do that. An AE might.
    TSRE CE can do that!

    0. Open TSRE CE and Select Activity Consists.
    1. Select Route.
    2. Select Activity.
    3. Select Loose Consist.
    4. Select Unit.



    5. Press "F" - unit is reversed.



    6. Close TSRE - Save Window will appear.
    7. Click Save.

    Done
    And this feature was added in TSRE many months ago ...
    No need for .act file editing by hand.
    Last edited by GokuMK; 12-05-2017 at 03:46 PM.

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    Also, with new TSRE 0.6945 update you can do it also in TSRE AE.

    1. Open TSRE, load your route and go to Activity Editing (F4).
    2. Select Activity.
    3. Select Loose consist. You can find it in the route, or select and jump from the list.
    4. Right click on selected unit and click "Reverse Selected".


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    GokuMK,
    Is TSRE a Replacement for Conbuilder?
    When I Downloaded TSRE I got a Popup Saying that it was Still in Development and that it Could cause problems. So I Deleted it But I Would Like to See How it Works.
    Is It Complicated or Fairly Simple to Use?
    Thank you,
    DaveKfromUP

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    I originally Had an Issue with BLW's NYO&W F3 Set. 821A, 821B, 822B, 822A. 822A WAS Facing the Same Direction as 821A.
    I Used Conbuilder and Turned it. Now the Consist Looks Normal Except that 822A is Lighter. I'll Go Back into the ACT File and See if it's Set Up to Flip.
    The Unit I'm Working on Now is L&HR RS3 #8. It Does have the Flip ( ) Parimeter Included.
    Thank you,
    DaveKfromUP

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkingsburg View Post
    Is TSRE a Replacement for Conbuilder?
    Both apps are different. Both allow consists editing.
    TSRE is replacement for whole MSTS Editors and Tools.
    Conbuilder has tools for managing MSTS installations.

    Quote Originally Posted by dkingsburg View Post
    When I Downloaded TSRE I got a Popup Saying that it was Still in Development and that it Could cause problems. So I Deleted it But I Would Like to See How it Works.
    Yes, TSRE is still in development. Backup of files, you want to edit is recommended (for example when you want to edit activity file. If you want to create new consists no need for backup).
    There is no user guide for TSRE Consist Editor, but you can find some informstion here:
    https://www.trainsim.com/vbts/showth...-MSTS-for-FREE

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkingsburg View Post
    Is TSRE a Replacement for Conbuilder?
    As stated on our product description Web page ( http://www.conbuilder.com/cbpro.html ) ConBuilder is "a consist building and
    trainset file checking utility" where as TSRE's CE is just a consist building (editing) utility. TSRE's CE has features that ConBuilder does not have just as ConBuilder has features that TSSRE does not have. But the major difference is that ConBuilder also has Trainset file testing tools.
    Charles

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    Charles,
    I Have ConBuilder and it is Indeed an Awesome Program. I Use it More than any Other Utility and I Enjoy Using it.
    I Installed YSRE but I'm Not Sure How Much I'll use it.
    Maybe Once I Get Comfortable and Familiar with it I'll use it More.
    DaveKfromUP

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    I think working with consists is much more enjoyable in TSRE, because you have 3d preview of consist and rolling stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GokuMK View Post
    I think working with consists is much more enjoyable in TSRE, because you have 3d preview of consist and rolling stock.
    I agree. Makes it very easy to tell what your train will look like.

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    GokuMK,
    I Installed TSRE and Got it Working. Very Impressive, Especially the Images of the Cars & Consists.
    Now I'll Just Have to Figure Out How to Add & Delete Cars & Engines.
    Thank you,
    DaveKfromUP

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