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    Hello everyone, been sometime since I posted but have a quick, and hopefully simple question. I'm working on an activity pack for Open Rails but used the MSTS AE for it. Going to be looking for some beta testers so should I post this in the Open Rails section (since that is what it is for) for MSTS (since it was created using those tools). Thanks for any help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UPAmtrak1 View Post
    Hello everyone, been sometime since I posted but have a quick, and hopefully simple question. I'm working on an activity pack for Open Rails but used the MSTS AE for it. Going to be looking for some beta testers so should I post this in the Open Rails section (since that is what it is for) for MSTS (since it was created using those tools). Thanks for any help.
    Might try both...you'd probably get more replies...worst that could happen, a mod might move ( or remove ) one of them.
    Cheers, Gerry
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    That's what I was thinking as well. Never hurts to ask.

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    Which Route?

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    Don't double post. If its going to be run in ORTS, post there.

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    If you need someone to look at, I'll look at it. Been developing activities (Amtrak's #3 SW Chief, 1995) using TSRE so yeah, I'll look at it

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    Quote Originally Posted by eolesen View Post
    Don't double post. If its going to be run in ORTS, post there.
    Perfect! Trying to make your job somewhat easier.

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