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Thread: Fouled up yet again :(

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    Default Fouled up yet again :(

    In my eagerness to do some route building I have once again did not switch out of session layer.
    I have never used route/session merge but have to do it now I believe, I have a whole forest of individual trees to move etc.
    In the past it was usually a dozen or so objects to move which is quite easy but not so this time.
    Will a merge shift everything over to route layer? Putting the consists back to the session layer is no problem.
    My 78 years are catching up with me!

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    I am in regular touch with a freshly 75 years young trainzer, ex-steam-railroad-fireman, which is building routes in trainz like a charm. We exchange our own trainz and also railways and life experience. In this case I would tell him: Once the original route is backuped, it might be tested hundreds times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGG View Post
    I am in regular touch with a freshly 75 years young trainzer, ex-steam-railroad-fireman, which is building routes in trainz like a charm. We exchange our own trainz and also railways and life experience. In this case I would tell him: Once the original route is backuped, it might be tested hundreds times.
    Good point, I shall steam ahead!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost42 View Post
    In my eagerness to do some route building I have once again did not switch out of session layer.
    I have never used route/session merge but have to do it now I believe, I have a whole forest of individual trees to move etc.
    In the past it was usually a dozen or so objects to move which is quite easy but not so this time.
    Will a merge shift everything over to route layer? Putting the consists back to the session layer is no problem.
    My 78 years are catching up with me!
    Yes, it will.

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