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    I installed 472.12 this morning, ran TANE and...

    I installed 472.12 this morning, ran TANE and TS2019. Both were fine.

    Bill
  2. This is one of the handiest thing you can buy for...

    This is one of the handiest thing you can buy for your computer:

    https://www.amazon.com/StarTech-com-SATA-USB-Cable-USB3S2SAT3CB/dp/B00HJZJI84

    I have two of these as well. Great if you have...
  3. Take a look at textures with "Colorado Water" or...

    Take a look at textures with "Colorado Water" or "Rocky Stream Bed", both by dmdrake. I used a few of them. They do have rapids and rocks with whitewater swirling around them. They are directional,...
  4. I wonder if they asked Dave before they did it....

    I wonder if they asked Dave before they did it. He's given me permission to do anything I needed to upgrade his content for the DHR. I do not, however, have the original sources.

    Bill
  5. I had the same trouble with the stream textures...

    I had the same trouble with the stream textures originally. They were awfully bright. On my own version, I reduced the brightness by around 40%. They came off better this way. Might be effective to...
  6. Thread: Japan

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    I love Street View in either Google Maps or...

    I love Street View in either Google Maps or Google Earth. Spend many hours at various times a week roaming the roads I used to drive up in Northern Honshu and Hokkaido. The three years I spent in...
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    All things are relative, though. Living close to...

    All things are relative, though. Living close to tracks, you get used to the noise and hardly hear it after a while. Same for me when I was aboard ship. My rack was directly under three, 4-inch water...
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    Good question. I bet the station has a web page....

    Good question. I bet the station has a web page. If they do, you could ask them what their plans are. They might not answer because of security, but one never knows. I zoomed in close so the...
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    This is the best I can find of the glass roof. ...

    This is the best I can find of the glass roof.

    https://intellisigsys.net/pics/toronto.jpg

    Bill
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    I thought you were kidding by asking us. The...

    I thought you were kidding by asking us. The nameplate on the little shipping office was "Rochelle."

    Bill
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    The only problem I can see with this, Dermmy, is...

    The only problem I can see with this, Dermmy, is it would cause a lot of concern if you were to upload the route. Granted, the KUID would (should) remain the same, but if the name you gave it doesn't...
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    I'm with you, John. I rarely, if ever, have no...

    I'm with you, John. I rarely, if ever, have no more than one slide-out panel open. Most of the time, I select what I want, then close the panel so I can use the whole screen for my current task. You...
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    As several other have noted, at the right of the ...

    As several other have noted, at the right of the screenshot is a daunting list of layers and each and every one of them (except the one locked layer) is a potential trap for the unwary to begin...
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    Sticky: I note in the latest Trainz Newsletter that...

    I note in the latest Trainz Newsletter that Surveyor 2.0 (S20) still doesn't show what layer a person is working on. At the right of the screenshot is a daunting list of layers and each and every one...
  15. I did the same, Graham. I had a bunch of pins,...

    I did the same, Graham. I had a bunch of pins, all named with important parts of the route. My greatest fear was forgetting to remove one or two of them. I suppose I could call them Easter Eggs.
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  16. Thread: Windows 365

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    My entire ham shack is Heathkit. HW-101 and...

    My entire ham shack is Heathkit. HW-101 and SB-200 linear. Wattmeter, spectrum analyzer, and other goodies are all Heath. I built at least five Heathkit color televisions for others who found them...
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    Can you imagine how this would look on a route?...

    Can you imagine how this would look on a route? Lots of scripting and animation, though.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXc9DbEy-1M

    Bill
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    Oh. Okay. I thought there might be one for each...

    Oh. Okay. I thought there might be one for each rail. Too bad.

    Bill
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    Has anyone made those clamp-on wheel stops...

    Has anyone made those clamp-on wheel stops showing at the bottom of the first picture? They'd come in handy in a lot of spots.

    Bill
  20. Now that's really down to superdetailing...

    Now that's really down to superdetailing standards! :eek: When I build a yard, I add lights wherever they might be needed. Set the environment to dusk, and wait for the lights to come on. If an area...
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    Happy Birthday, Whitepass. Just went through my...

    Happy Birthday, Whitepass. Just went through my 79th

    Bill
  22. Perfectly understandable, Graham. This is...

    Perfectly understandable, Graham. This is probably the reason I have an even dozen route in semi-completes states.

    Bill
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    @Quraisy_69: Please don't quote pictures posted...

    @Quraisy_69: Please don't quote pictures posted in another post. It takes up valuable space in the thread as well as causing slow loading on some computers.

    Bill
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    Even though my one Windows computer will run...

    Even though my one Windows computer will run Win11, I do not intend to upgrade. By all accounts, Win11 is a subscription OS--you must have a MS account and be logged in for the OS to run fully other...
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    I have migrated every bit of my writing software...

    I have migrated every bit of my writing software from any form of Windows to Linux. Open Office is ideal for my writing needs. In fact, I wrote both my novels on OO. MS Word 2019 has been languishing...
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