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    pware replied to a thread Covid 19 in Trainz Talk
    I am surprised that Fox would be pushing anything other than it is all a hoax, a beatup from the "Fakemedia" or a giant conspiracy from China but...
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    Today, 05:29 AM
    pware replied to a thread Covid 19 in Trainz Talk
    Hate to put any sort of damper on the doom and gloom here but things really are not as bad as some here have made out. I have a better chance of...
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    pware replied to a thread Covid 19 in Trainz Talk
    There has been a lot of debate here on the question of whether children in schools are at a greater risk from infection than they would be at home....
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    Yesterday, 06:08 PM
    pware replied to a thread Covid 19 in Trainz Talk
    That was considered but GPs are also reporting a downturn in patients reporting with "normal" cold and flu symptoms while the number of patients with...
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    Yesterday, 06:01 PM
    Only 999,999,998 more repeats of the above post and it will reach the stated "billion times" :) The "cannot copy information to disk" seems to...
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    Yesterday, 05:57 PM
    Just to throw a spanner in all of the above theories and suggestions. I have noticed this frequently in my current project - always under or right...
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    pware replied to a thread Covid 19 in Trainz Talk
    Could well have been two different flu strains in succession. One thing I will say for Covid-19 is that it has increased the vigilance of most...
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    July 9th, 2020, 09:57 PM
    pware replied to a thread Covid 19 in Trainz Talk
    It is very easy to be skeptical when you have no personal experiences of an "issue" (any issue). I could easily believe that the Holocaust never...
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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
Location:
Australia, NSW, Sydney
Interests:
Trains (real and virtual), bushwalking, theatre and cinema, travelling
Occupation:
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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