• Next round of External Beta Testing commences

    It’s time for another big update on our Trainz A New Era progress and we’re pleased to announce we’re now ready for external Beta Testing of our next update.

    For those of you who receive the weekly newsletter, you’ve seen a number of quick updates on our progress. To find out more about what we’ve been up to for the past 4 months or so (since the last major integration from our development) and how you can become part of the Beta Testing process, click this link here.

    If you'd like to be part of this round of testing, click the link above to access the Beta Registration Form. (We've reset the beta test list so everyone will need to reapply).
    Comments 5 Comments
    1. nawlins's Avatar
      nawlins -
      Tony, In my copy of the news letter the beta test "read more" link did not work.

      I followed the link in your previous message to get to the details and application form.

    1. pcas1986's Avatar
      pcas1986 -
      I had the same problem as Nawlins but the job application link worked!
    1. gawpo50's Avatar
      gawpo50 -
      Same here Tony....the "read more" link didn't work for me either.
    1. JackDownUnder's Avatar
      JackDownUnder -
      When may we expect to see the release of the final solution?
    1. jhonperker's Avatar
      jhonperker -
      The information you shared is very useful, I like to copy your some paragraph for people interest. But you did not mention here when the ultimate update coming. You collect information from Apple Support Australia for help, they told you the effective information which will you need to know.
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