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    Default trackside signals

    I was wondering if T:ANE could create a three light over a two light signal that saves in route layer, the bottom two light signal could have an optional menu that could make it G-Y-R Y-R, G-R or L-R, this would be great for a signal that precedes the signal leading up to a crossover or siding. Have a right, left, gantry and head only so it can be attached to a signal pole as part of a bi-directional signal if need be. Also, how about a left-handed dwarf for the GRS style signals both short and tall, and a two light distant signal (left and right) with "D" plate for spur tracks that lead to a junction, or it could be a G-Y with a single yellow signal that lights up for a diverging move, or it could be a two light over two light G-Y, Y-L type distant signal. Also the Jointed Rail US&S Searchlights, could those be made brighter, and the green signals more green. I see tints of red in there when it's green. Also, the two-light permissive staggered signal doesn't work, it always stays red. Make the number plates renameable and both horizontal and vertical, black on white or white on black. Also the #5 G Style tri-light signals need number plates and could you make the two light distant signals with number plates just heads only also, that way I can put two signals on one mast. Also, how about L.E.D. color lights? Also, make sure that they're all savable in route layer.

    Thank you
    Steven C. Jensen
    South Milwaukee, WI

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    As far as I understand, all signals should be savable in route. In fact, I do that all the time. Save in route and they show in session (as long as the session pertains to the route). If you put the signal in the session, it will not show in the route, and if you realize this and install the signal in the route, when you open the session you have two!, so be careful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koryclarke1991 View Post
    I was wondering if T:ANE could create a three light over a two light signal that saves in route layer, the bottom two light signal could have an optional menu that could make it G-Y-R Y-R, G-R or L-R, this would be great for a signal that precedes the signal leading up to a crossover or siding. Have a right, left, gantry and head only so it can be attached to a signal pole as part of a bi-directional signal if need be. Also, how about a left-handed dwarf for the GRS style signals both short and tall, and a two light distant signal (left and right) with "D" plate for spur tracks that lead to a junction, or it could be a G-Y with a single yellow signal that lights up for a diverging move, or it could be a two light over two light G-Y, Y-L type distant signal. Also the Jointed Rail US&S Searchlights, could those be made brighter, and the green signals more green. I see tints of red in there when it's green. Also, the two-light permissive staggered signal doesn't work, it always stays red. Make the number plates renameable and both horizontal and vertical, black on white or white on black. Also the #5 G Style tri-light signals need number plates and could you make the two light distant signals with number plates just heads only also, that way I can put two signals on one mast. Also, how about L.E.D. color lights? Also, make sure that they're all savable in route layer.

    Thank you
    Steven C. Jensen
    South Milwaukee, WI

    If you are looking for a 3 light over 2 light signal system, which are fully adjustable, check out tcstudio range.

    This is just one of them <kuid:571870:2228> k m signal tc YWYGRW-M Left

    Cheers,
    Roy

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    Justin Michael Roth's don't save in Route Layer, that's why I won't use them. I like them though, I just wish that they saved in route layer.

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    Roy, can you give me a link for this, I googled it, and everything but that site comes up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koryclarke1991 View Post
    Roy, can you give me a link for this, I googled it, and everything but that site comes up.


    You won't find them with Google but you can on the DLS. There's a bunch of them.

    <kuid2:571870:2191:3> k m signal tc WRW
    <kuid2:571870:2216:3> k m signal tc WRW Left
    <kuid2:571870:2192:3> k m signal tc WRW-M
    <kuid2:571870:2193:3> k m signal tc WYGYRW-M
    <kuid2:571870:2217:3> k m signal tc WRW-M Left
    <kuid:571870:2228> k m signal tc YWYGRW-M Left
    <kuid2:571870:2220:3> k m signal tc WYGYRW-M Left
    <kuid2:571870:2195:3> k m signal tc YWYRW
    <kuid:571870:2227> k m signal tc YWYGRW-M
    <kuid2:571870:2194:3> k m signal tc YWYRW-M
    <kuid2:571870:2219:3> k m signal tc YWYRW-M Left
    <kuid2:571870:2218:3> k m signal tc YWYRW Left


    I like them because they are adjustable.

    Cheers,
    Roy

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