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    Fixing up the PRRv2 is a real treat. This revamp on the Newark NJ area is coming along nice, up next is some vigorous yard and scenery work along with the addition of the PATH tracks to WTC.

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    Nice! Looks like you've cleaned up a lot of odd elevations and such that appear when I run V2 in OR.

    Does the passenger stock have opening doors? That might be another thing you have to pay attention to: Q or Shift-Q depending on which side.

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    Nice! That is cool the way you have realistic track sounds, not the annoying default MSTS ones that don't sound like any train I was ever on. What sounds are you using, is it something that can be downloaded or are they custom ones of your own?

    One thing that bothered me in creating activities for PRR East was the platforms at Newark and especially Trenton being so short it is hard when you have realistic length consists.

    I have some activities in the works for both PRR era and modern day SEPTA/Amtrak I hope to release soon.

    Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeebb View Post
    Nice! Looks like you've cleaned up a lot of odd elevations and such that appear when I run V2 in OR.

    Does the passenger stock have opening doors? That might be another thing you have to pay attention to: Q or Shift-Q depending on which side.
    I believe they do, rushed this video before work so my running was sloppy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonpd View Post
    Nice! That is cool the way you have realistic track sounds, not the annoying default MSTS ones that don't sound like any train I was ever on. What sounds are you using, is it something that can be downloaded or are they custom ones of your own?

    One thing that bothered me in creating activities for PRR East was the platforms at Newark and especially Trenton being so short it is hard when you have realistic length consists.

    I have some activities in the works for both PRR era and modern day SEPTA/Amtrak I hope to release soon.

    Jon
    The track sounds come from section 13.3 of the OR manual, the word "here" is highlighted, click it and you'll download the sound set demoautosounds. I also use the NAVS core default replacement sounds for most of my exterior sounds and singlelevelcommutersounds.zip for my interior.

    Right now, I've found using Ham interlocking solves a lot of those length issues, but an extension is in the works.

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