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thelostdot
December 21st, 2010, 08:12 AM
Hello, I have UTC and 2006. CMP has to be an abomination from the devil himself - it is the most unpleasant software i have ever had to use, I can't understand why given the little amount of work necessary to create a decent database program (and that users could then add the indexing) why this hasn't been done, especially given the huge hatred of the current system and the big loss of users and customers this causes.

Anyway, I'm trying to get LMS stuff at the mo. CMP produces almost no results if I put in things like LMS, aspinall, ivatt, 2F etc, there is more if I log in via the website, but still not much. Anybody know any means of getting stuff more simply? It keeps telling me I need a classics 3 serial for some stuff as well, could someone tell me what thats about? I can't find a classics 3. Thanks, HKL.

Driver_Col
December 21st, 2010, 08:36 AM
Hello, I have UTC and 2006. CMP has to be an abomination from the devil himself - it is the most unpleasant software i have ever had to use, I can't understand why given the little amount of work necessary to create a decent database program (and that users could then add the indexing) why this hasn't been done, especially given the huge hatred of the current system and the big loss of users and customers this causes.

Anyway, I'm trying to get LMS stuff at the mo. CMP produces almost no results if I put in things like LMS, aspinall, ivatt, 2F etc, there is more if I log in via the website, but still not much. Anybody know any means of getting stuff more simply? It keeps telling me I need a classics 3 serial for some stuff as well, could someone tell me what thats about? I can't find a classics 3. Thanks, HKL.

Classics 3 is a version of Trainz which you do not appear to have and while there is much on DLS available to you, if it is not configured for your version, then it may be possible to modify it to run on TS2006 etc.

Perhaps you should just relax a little and start asking very specific questions about what you want. I too love LMS locos and the best source, at least in my opinion, is Trainz Britannia (Gary Price aka LMS_MAN) however, they will cost you a little.......... but well worth it.

Regards. Colin.

fran1
December 21st, 2010, 03:54 PM
Have a look at Obo's trainz locomotive catalogue, a few there to interest you.

cascaderailroad
December 21st, 2010, 06:03 PM
If the CMP-DLH will not update (like mine is doing now) use this: http://www.auran.com/TRS2004/DLS.php to download, and it will drop the assets into the already opened TRS2006 CMP.

Then hit: Start and install them ... or commit any "opened assets"