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BRClass66
April 13th, 2016, 09:26 AM
Hi eveyone,

I've been away from Trainz a few years but now back and looking for a script or something i used in Trainz 2010,That added the lean to all rolling stock when they went on a bend in the track.

I know T:AIN has superelevation that you add to each split in the track.

But i was wondering if anyone can recall the program or script.And is there such to work in T:AIN

The one i used in Trainz 2010 was so easy and i'm sure it was added to the rolling stock by just a click on the mouse.

I really hope someone can help.

Kind Regards
Brad

SuperSpeedMaglev
April 13th, 2016, 10:17 AM
Not sure if this is what you want..

Thanks to this forum-http://forums.auran.com/trainz/showthread.php?77216-Banking
I discovered these on this site... http://uslw.net/downloads.php?action=cat&cat_id=4&page=1
It's to be used with this rule-Banking consists by trainsiberiano(On DLS)

The rule can be added in surveyor in Edit Session(Or whatever the option's called), you'll be able to add the rule and control how much trains bank, haven't tried this yet though..(I've got the script, just not used it)

BRClass66
April 13th, 2016, 04:28 PM
Thanks SuperSpeedMaglev you're spot on

RPearson
April 14th, 2016, 11:49 AM
Not sure from your original post if you were asking if a script ( old or otherwise) was required for trains to tilt on superelevated track in TANE.

In any case, in TANE nothing is required to be added to assets by the user at all. The tilt is controlled by the new parameters in the spline track that you edit in surveyor. All railcars will tilt on the track in TANE if superelevation is set for the track section.

Bob Pearson

Falcus
April 14th, 2016, 06:38 PM
Bob beat me to it. TANE automatically adds super elevation "tilt" to every corner. The settings can be found under the jointed rail flagged tab under settings

-Falcus