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    Anyone know what some good log loads are


    Last edited by WCL; May 27th, 2020 at 05:13 PM.

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    Looks like maybe pulpwood logs for flatcars or bulkheads that someone got to load in a gondola?
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    I'm not a content creator but my understanding is the car/wagon has to have the appropriate mesh built in to show such a load.

    You probably know you can look at the dependencies of a car in CM and see what it has. That'll give you the kuid.

    Might try a search for category = mesh ?

    Good hunting,
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    Yeah that is what I dont get on how come it wont show what load it is from this list here, I tried all them loads and they must have gotten it from somewhere and that is what I am trying to find out where


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    Here's some



    <kuid:101046:101759> Wood Load 1 for Gondola DES (Product)
    <kuid:101046:101758> Wood Load 2 for Gondola DES (Product)
    <kuid:101046:101326> Wood Load 1 for my Gondola for Logs DES (Product)
    <kuid:101046:101888> Wood Load for Gondola DES (Product)
    <kuid:101046:101328> Wood Load 2 for my Gondola for Logs DES (Product)
    <kuid:101046:101329> Wood Load 3 for my Gondola for Logs DES (Product)
    <kuid:101046:101330> Wood Load 4 for my Gondola for Logs DES (Product)

    On the DLS by davesnow

    Loads in

    <kuid:101046:101907> Gondola ACF 50 Ton Undecorated DES
    <kuid2:128368:7339:1> 53ft Gondola WP 6825
    <kuid:101046:101867> Gondola ACF 50 Ton SP DES
    <kuid:101046:101323> Gondola for Logs IPCX
    <kuid:101046:101899> Gondola ACF 50 Ton ACL DES
    <kuid:101046:101893> Gondola ACF 50 Ton BN DES
    <kuid:101046:101894> Gondola ACF 50 Ton MKT DES
    <kuid:101046:101902> Gondola ACF 50 Ton D&RGW DES
    <kuid:101046:101898> Gondola ACF 50 Ton PRR DES
    <kuid:101046:101896> Gondola ACF 50 Ton SSW DES
    <kuid:101046:101906> Gondola ACF 50 Ton Undecorated DES
    <kuid:101046:101764> Gondola Thrall 66ft DES
    <kuid:101046:101892> Gondola ACF 50 Ton WB DES
    <kuid:404894:100241> Gondola GTW #147701
    <kuid:359354:101366> MW BROWN Gondola ACF 50 Ton
    <kuid:327871:100598> MA&G Gondola 53ft #
    <kuid:404894:100278> Gondola GTW #147707
    <kuid:359354:101367> MW DEEP YELLOW Gondola ACF 50 Ton
    <kuid:404894:100279> Gondola GTW #147727
    <kuid:359354:101368> MW BLUE Gondola ACF 50 Ton
    <kuid:404894:100280> Gondola GTW #147787
    <kuid:359354:101369> MW GREEN Gondola ACF 50 Ton (3)
    <kuid2:69871:2169:2> Gondola Mill 52ft Railgon TS12
    <kuid:359354:101362> MW GRAY Gondola ACF 50 Ton
    <kuid:359354:101365> MW GREEN Gondola ACF 50 Ton (2)
    <kuid:359354:101363> MW GREEN Gondola ACF 50 Ton (1)
    <kuid:359354:101364> MW ORANGE Gondola ACF 50 Ton
    <kuid2:327871:100258:1> V&O 53ft Gondola
    Last edited by normhart; May 27th, 2020 at 04:29 PM.
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    That's why I was wondering if whoever posted the screenshot had managed to add pulpwood of some kind as a product load in the config.sys. Unfortunately, CM does not allow you to preview commodities, so you have to go through a terribly rigorous routine. I can see repetition in the screenshot, but you have to find it to find it, as it were... Maybe some day we can view commodities?
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    Dave Snows units show a picture of what the load looks like when you use the ? in Surveyor, or the fyout in Driver.
    Cheers,
    Mike

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