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    Default Permission to change asset

    I am looking to change the load of an asset (rolling stock), while keeping the main asset as is.
    Have not been able to contact the original asset owner via email to seek permission to do so.
    What should or can I do?

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    The crucial question is - are you planning to release the modified asset? If you are, you must get permission from the original creator unless the config says that modifications can be uploaded.

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    You clone the asset, and experiment on the clone, which you rename slightly differently in the config file, username line.

    You can edit what you want on your own PC, for your own use, as long as you don't upload assets to the DLS, or elsewhere, or re-distribute, or give out the unauthorized edited assets to others (including yer' little brother, and grampa').

    If a creator is no longer in Trainz, or is unresponsive, or has died ... permission is denied (unless permission is specifically endorsed in the config file).

    If you should experience sudden death ... you should consult you physician, immediately !

    Do not operate Trainz, while driving an automobile !
    Last edited by cascaderailroad; February 28th, 2014 at 05:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascaderailroad View Post
    If you should experience sudden death ... you should consult you physician, immediately !!
    That is priceless !!

    Hey, are you really at the South Pole?
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