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D-RAIL
September 30th, 2010, 11:31 AM
hi, i am using windows 7. I wish to transfer bdaneals content from his website to trainz 2009. I save the content off his website to my documents but i don't seem to be able to then transfer them across to my trainz 2009. this worked on trainz 2006 but not on 2009. please help and please keep it simple in laymans terms. thank you regards D-RAIL .

nfitzsimmons
September 30th, 2010, 11:50 AM
Normally I download these things to a temporary folder. Then I run CM2. Go to the File menu and select Import Content. Browse to the folder where I downloaded the content. It should then import everything in that folder.

D-RAIL
September 30th, 2010, 01:38 PM
hi,many thanks for your prompt reply i tried your information, but it has not worked. i am obviously doing it wrong. i am a bit of a dead brain when comes to what i consider tech. on the computer.thanks again regards D-RAIL

tomurban
September 30th, 2010, 01:50 PM
hi,many thanks for your prompt reply i tried your information, but it has not worked. i am obviously doing it wrong. i am a bit of a dead brain when comes to what i consider tech. on the computer.thanks again regards D-RAIL

D-RAIL: When you open CM2, go to file, import CDP and then the folder where they were directed. If they are not there, check your downloads folder you may find them there. Also, some sites will send the files zipped (compressed). In that event you have to unzip them in order to install them. If I can learn to do it. you can to. Let us know how it goes.

tomurban

rweber95
September 30th, 2010, 04:51 PM
bdaneals download files are all .cdp files so in CM2, use the File - Import CDP function and all will work. You may have to do a little work to clear errors and missint dependencies. Post any problems here and we,ll help.

Bob

D-RAIL
October 1st, 2010, 03:24 PM
thank you gentlemen for your help and advise, i seem to have mastered the problem, not as easy as in trs2006. but i must admit i am enjoying trs2009.
i think it is the old saying about, an old dog and new tricks.
thank you all again
regards D-RAIL