Started by Tarkus, September 03, 2020, 10:50:49 AM
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Quote from: Tarkus on September 03, 2020, 10:50:49 AMThe Hybrid Railway (HRW) FLEX Piece system has been added. Hybrid Railway tracks allow both Passenger Rail and Monorail/High Speed Rail traffic (designed for use with the future Real High Speed Rail (RHSR)), and also feature overhead catenaries. Stations, switches, and a base set of L1 Viaducts have been included. Ground HRW allows crossings with Road (OxO), L1 Road Viaduct (OxO and OxD), L1 One-Way Road Viaduct (OxO and OxD), and L1 Avenue Viaduct (OxO and OxD, click in Road stubs to fill in gaps on OxD). L1 HRW allows undercrossings with all ground-level Maxis, RHW, and NWM networks, plus L0 HRW (OxO only).
Quote from: Mana-chan on September 04, 2020, 02:50:39 PMI have the nam 37 installed, is it necessary to uninstall it for the nam 38?
Quote from: Mana-chan on September 06, 2020, 01:12:33 PMhello, i have problems with the HRWI do not know how to use it if you can make an explanatory videothanks
QuoteDiagonal FLEX Height Transitions (FLEX-HT) for the RHW-2, MIS, and RHW-4 have been added (all L0-L1 only). Note that the RHW-2 version does not automatically produce L1 RHW-2 by dragging out the top--a change that has been extended to the Orthogonal FLEX-HT as well, to improve stability.
Quote from: YouBet on September 08, 2020, 11:01:03 AMReally looking forward to trying this. Quick question on installation (I am currently running v36).I have backed up my plugins and am preparing to remove the previous NAM installation.Is it better to run "Uninst.exe" in the current (v36) NAM folder, or should I simply move the NAM folder to another location outside my current plugins? Should I also remove the "z___NAM" folder?Thank you.
Quote from: CaptCity on September 08, 2020, 08:58:08 PMThanks for this, Tyberius. Definitely a huge help! One thing I noticed... If the offset ends of the D2 Turnout and the helper piece are 'mis-placed,' the resulting gap can be filled in with one of the straight sections. It'll kind of snap into place. Just a thought...
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