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Thread: Track Gap

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    Red face Track Gap

    Hello all,

    Can anyone please tell me how to fix the gap in the track below?


    NOTE: This is at the beginning of a curve.



    Thankyou, Chris.

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    Uh...have you clicked on the curved arrow and moved the track so as that they connect? It works when you build a road crossing and drag the tracks around it. Eventually, it should connect.


    Good luck.
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    You will need to move the loco off the adjacent section. Once you have, you should be able to make the connection by using the 'move spline' control.

    Cheers.

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    The track spline that you have drawn is too long . You need to divide the curve up into more spline points .
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    That is very odd. There are only three rotating dashed circles where you'd expect six if the three tracks were not connected. Does a train derail when you attempt to run over the gaps?

    Bernie

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    Quote Originally Posted by bl4882 View Post
    That is very odd. There are only three rotating dashed circles where you'd expect six if the three tracks were not connected. Does a train derail when you attempt to run over the gaps?

    Bernie
    Yes, I know from experience. That is what happens.
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