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    We are largely talking about adjusting different things here. Adjustments made to the RGB/HSV values in a graphics editor only affect the selected...
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    pware replied to a thread Curve maximum speed. in General Trainz
    That would depend on a more complex formulae involving the distance between pubs, alcohol % (by volume) and number of drinks per hour.
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    pware replied to a thread Curve maximum speed. in General Trainz
    Yes. All/most railways would have had a data table that was used to calculate the maximum curve speed for a given curve radius for a standard train...
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    Interesting to note that traditional movies were always shot and projected (in the cinemas) at 24fps. Peter Jackson, in his Hobbit movies, broke that...
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    There is a vast difference between "persistence of vision" and how many fps the human eye can detect - the two are totally different effects. ...
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    pware replied to a thread Which Version in General Trainz
    TRS19 will be released later this year (Oct - Dec). The current TRS19 version is an "early access", an advanced beta version if you like, that does...
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About pware
Biography:
B. Sc, M. Ed
33 years High School teaching in Science and then Computing
Co-authored 9 textbooks on computing
2 years in information technology administration
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Australia, NSW, Sydney
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Trains (real and virtual), bushwalking, theatre and cinema, travelling
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I.T. Teacher (retired). Technology Administrator (retired), now enjoying life

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Collector post for off-topic posts to: Can you guess the next key feature for Trainz?

by pware on February 5th, 2016 at 06:38 PM
Quote Originally Posted by nuggles58 View Post
What about getting the TANE to work nicely on a 64 bit laptop?
Most computers nowadays are showing that laptops are becoming more popular than the home towers now.
However, laptops still struggle with high graphics programs.

I was actually amazed to find that it works on my ACER S7 ultrabook with a "bog standard" Intel Graphics system! (admittedly with most of the sliders at or close to minimum - but it works).

This is great for using T:ANE

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new download station

by pware on September 27th, 2014 at 02:12 AM
Quote Originally Posted by llebrez View Post
On the old one it logs in automatically. On the new one I have to do it manually every time: It does not "remember" the user and password data. Any One experiencing the same?
Yes, but I have now trained LastPass to handle the log in automatically for me so it no longer a hassle.
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Creating HTML assets for TS12 - instruction screens and trigger based pop-up screens

by pware on May 5th, 2012 at 07:09 AM
As a followup to Jananon's post, I have two links to tutorials in the forums dealing with :-
  1. creating instruction web page screens designed to give users instructions on using a Trainz session, and
  2. creating web page popups triggered by events in a session such as a train reaching a set point or the activity of an industry.


The first is at:
http://forums.auran.com/trainz/showt...sions-tutorial

The second is at:
http://forums.auran.com/trainz/showt...ggers-Tutorial

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