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railroy19
August 12th, 2009, 10:10 AM
I have been merging routes together for years now in all versions of trainz.
Yesterday I was merging two routes that Gfisher made that I use all the time with no problems. He does a fantastic job on all of his routes. Now I did a merge of two of his routes and when I went into driver I had no navigate to command only navigate to trackmarks command, this is in 2009.
I do have industries set up on both routes and they work fine on their own.
One route is Kiowa Southern and the other is the Kankahee.
Any Ideas?

Thanks to All.
Bob:)

BigThing
August 14th, 2009, 03:26 PM
You could try the driver commands section in the session rules. This defines what instructions are available for drivers.:)

trackplate
August 16th, 2009, 05:26 AM
I have also experienced this problem on occasion and the chances are the merge broke the links to the drive too destinations and the track connections so these will have to be replaced
Try replacing one of them for a start and see if this then shows up in driver command I would suggest first disconnecting the track if this is still connected and move the track at both ends of the object back a fraction. Select the object with the grab tool, check the rotation and name then delete, replace, rename and re connect the track
Go back to driver and see if this destination now shows up if it appears then you have the answer and will then have to replace the rest
Regards Bob V

railroy19
August 16th, 2009, 07:11 AM
Thanks Bob

Ok I will try this procedure and see what happens. And I will give you some feedback on the results. What I did try already was Adding a new industry next to one that is already on the route and installed it into the trackwork
and this new industry also did not show up in driver under the navigate to I still have only the navigate to or via Trackmark only commands.
I am going to add some new track and a new industry and see if that works.
This is the first time I have run into this problem and it would have to be on one of my favorite routes. Murphy's Law:)

Thanks again Bob