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    Default km/h v mph in Raildriver display

    Hi guys, I've recently bought a Raildriver from Ebay which I'm using to run Open Rails. I've calibrated it according to the Open Rails manual and everything works fine except for the speed display which reads km/h instead of mph. F5 hud display also shows km/h but F4 track monitor reads correctly at mph . Is there a simple fix for this please?
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    I dug around a little and found that the answer lies in the "options" menu of Open Rails.
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    Quote Originally Posted by niknak View Post
    I dug around a little and found that the answer lies in the "options" menu of Open Rails.
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    None of the above is with irony, malice or whatever unsavory interpretation a two-leged-critter may apply.

    Sincerely, you took the time to dig around in the manual...What a MENSCH!!

    There are a couple of threads over at ET about update and maintaining the manual for a volunteer project of this size ( and accomplishments )...I posted this in another thread here at TS:

    There are several threads over at ET that acknowledge this and are asking for volunteers to keep the manual up to date. I thought of volunteering but upon seeing how much I would have to learn -- about the process and associated programs and web sites -- I thought better of it. It is beyond my abilities at this point. I think the process is a good one...necessary for this type of project, and a better maintained manual would be of great benefit to all, however, qualified volunteers or volunteers willing to put in the time and effort to gain the qualifications are hard to come by.
    IF you'd be able to volunteer, think about it?
    Cheers, Gerry
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    Well I had to look up what a mensch was......Yes I think I'll take that compliment.
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