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    Quote Originally Posted by deadaim57 View Post
    See if this helps.
    The one you have highlighted is a session. You need to select the route before you can see its sessions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SailorDan View Post
    The one you have highlighted is a session. You need to select the route before you can see its sessions.
    I am sorry but I just don't understand how to get to the route's. Don't know the step's to take.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadaim57 View Post
    I am sorry but I just don't understand how to get to the route's. Don't know the step's to take.
    http://online.ts2009.com/mediaWiki/i..._Routes#Routes
    http://online.ts2009.com/mediaWiki/i...outes#Sessions

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    Try this.

    1) Start T:ANE, if it's not already started and at the Launcher click on Manage Content.
    2) Setup the columns so you can filter on them. You need to add in some that are not there by default, and it's actually easiest to use all of them.
    -- Right click on the topmost row where it says Name, and pick add column.
    -- Continue to do so until all are added.
    3) Arrange the columns like this by dragging them into place:

    Type, Status, Asset ID, Build Version, Name, Author Username, File Size, Modification Date, Installation Date, Upload Date.

    4) Resize them to fit on your screen by clicking on the line between the columns.

    You can now sort by type, or any one of these columns as needed by clicking on the header similar to how you do in Excel or some other spreadsheet.

    At the top of the screen, you will see a line that says > Filter: Installed with a down arrow.

    5) Click on the down arrow.
    Note there are other things under there including Download Station.

    6) Pick Download Station.

    You'll see a bunch of stuff.

    7) Click on Upload Date so that the current date is up at the top to put th data in descending (decrementing) order.

    You will see stuff now with the most current up at the top.

    Other things you can do to help narrow down what you want.

    Use custom filters, which you can save for future use.

    Click on the > arrow pointing to Download Station, or whatever else you may have chosen.

    Notice how this creates another line below with down arrows and a True.

    To the far right is a - and +.
    Use these to add additional qualifications.

    Example:

    Download Station expanded out by clicking on the down arrow, produces other qualifiers:

    On Download Station True
    installed False
    Out of date False
    Obsolete False
    Payware False

    By clicking on the minus (-) on the far right, you can remove anything here.
    By clicking on the plus (+) additional qualifiers can be added.

    Try this:

    Using download station as the starting point,

    1) Expand that as outlined above by clicking the down arrow.

    2) Remove everything but Installed False line by clicking on the minus sign.

    3) Add in (click plus) Category
    4) Where it says Achievement, change that to routes.

    You'll see every route available for download, if sorted descending order, will have the most recent first.

    5) Change the Route category to Sessions, and you'll see those.

    Now routes need sessions in order to operate and you can create your own. If you download only a session and not a route, you will have a missing dependency, which means you will have to download the route.

    Hope this helps.
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    It must seem very entailed and complex, to a person that just joined on July 2018 ... PM me ... If even I can do it ... anyone can

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    From the screenshot it looks like some of those items are Sessions. Sessions do not show up in the TANE Select Route screen because they are part of a route. The route they belong to has to be selected first. You have to select a route that contains the session you want, then select "Show Sessions" (or whatever it is called - it will appear on the bottom right of the screen). That will then open the Select Session screen.
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    I think I got it figured out. I want to thank each and everyone of ya'll for the great help!!

    YOU ALL ARE THE BEST!!

    THANKS

    Tommy

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    I'm glad to hear that Tommy.

    Let us know if you need more help.
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    Hope you are enjoying your new routes!
    Last edited by Pug; July 21st, 2018 at 12:36 AM.
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    Forgot to check page 2 already answered.
    Last edited by leo655annst; July 21st, 2018 at 11:49 AM.
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