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    please be nice I am 81 years young got trainz 2004 when it first came out, few months ago installed it again and the cdp files work great with a green icom but somehow it turn blue and when I try to open them no go, maybe someone would let me know what to do thanks

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    Hi Jerry. I remember you from ages ago. I got TRS2004 around the same time as well and haven't stopped Trainzing since.

    The icon turned blue... Are you double-clicking fast enough on it, or just selecting the icon? I've done that before more often than not by not double-clicking fast enough on the application icon.
    John
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    thanks but double clicking did not help, when I click on file it ask me what to open it with and before it had a green icon to open it with but thanks a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerry19 View Post
    thanks but double clicking did not help, when I click on file it ask me what to open it with and before it had a green icon to open it with but thanks a lot

    Start TANE, Select Manage Content, click on File, and select Import Content Files. Browse to the CDP folder, and select it. Tane will open the file and place it in Content Manager.

    Joe


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    reinstalled trainz 2004 and all is working ok thanks

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    You are generally better off importing with CM because Windows may be pointing to another CM in the system.
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