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  1. #11
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    No. The error message says that Open Rails is looking in the correct folder and finding the file, but then sees an error on line 3 of the file.
    Beer is not a matter of life or death, it is much more serious than that.

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    I did move the file to OpenRails but still fails to launch and Line 3 is there but i'm at a loss

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    Post the file here for us to take a look.
    Beer is not a matter of life or death, it is much more serious than that.

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    Cima.zip Cima Sub and i haven't done much posting to fourms in awhile so it may sometime to get used to figuring what is needed.

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    Hi Jack,
    Sorry, mate, but, again, you've attached the original .trk file and NOT the one from the OpenRails folder!
    That one still has the spurious characters at the end of the file (which don't seem to cause a problem in either MSTS or OR!!), it's not what is reported in the Open Rails log.
    The Cima.trk file from the OpenRails folder should look like this :

    include ( ../Cima.trk )

    ORTSUserPreferenceForestClearDistance ( 2 )
    Note the space line BEFORE the 'include' line.


    Cheers,
    Ged

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    would getting the file right after the unzipping help to cause im confused on how you want to do it.

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    Hi Jack,
    Sorry, mate, but I don't know what you mean. I'm assuming you've already copied the unpacked Cima folder into your installation's ROUTES folder.
    Open that folder, then open the Cima folder.
    You'll see the usual folders and files associated with any route.
    There's also a folder named OpenRails.
    Open this folder to reveal 7 files, one of which being Cima.trk
    Open this file using NotePad and you should see the following 3 lines :
    include ( ../Cima.trk )

    ORTSUserPreferenceForestClearDistance ( 2 )
    The problem being that there should be 4 lines - a blank line MUST be before the 'include' line.
    Use NotePad to insert the blank line and save the file.

    If, for whatever reason, that Cima.trk file doesn't look like the above, then you'll need to go back to your original download, extract that file and copy it into the OpenRails folder, allowing overwrite.

    Cheers,
    Ged

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    after careful reading i did find the folder inside the CIMA Sub Folder labeled OpenRails did see that CIMA.trk folder and does say and look the same in your post. i did see an error after looking and did correct it.

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