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Thread: How do you deal with the NAVS car files???

  1. #41
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    ok all this is just fine but the instructions for NAVS equipment tell's you to and I quote
    Navigate to your main Open Rails content folder
    a. This folder will have subfolders with names like "TRAINS," "ROUTES," "GLOBAL," "SOUND," and so on.
    My Open Rails is C: Program Files (x86) Open Rails content all that is in the folder is ETCS and Web. Now am I stoopid or what? What am I missing here? I just want to install NAVS stuff.
    BigJohn

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    Hi John,

    As those folders are not there, this is not your content folder.

    If you open OR, go to options : content
    What is displayed on that screen is your content folder.
    Cheers
    Derek

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    Default How do you deal with the NAVS car files???

    ARRRRGGGGHHHHH.............

    Found the problem through my good friend "slipperman"................The $#@%&* Reading hoppers are TRIPLE BAY cars, and I had been trying to get it to work with the FOUR BAY "Base" file set..............DOOOOOOOOO

    Finally works the way it should. Thanks Ged..........a little grey matter between us and we finmally got it to work
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    Doug

    Happiness is when the AI-trains appear where you want them to

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    Derek thanks a lot


    John

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    Hi Doug,
    That's good news, mate

    Glad to be able to help!

    Cheers,
    Ged

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