Rocrail in CV19 modular layout ?

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Rocrail in CV19 modular layout ?

Postby Buddace » 04.09.2008, 23:06

Hello,
I'm the founder of CV19 friends of DCCWorld.com model group ( http://cv19.altervista.org/ ) ;)
We use some pc with Railware to "drive" stations (switch, semaphores, route) and follow train around layout...drive is completely manual.
Railware have a lot of bug and don't is in English language so I looking for Rocrail linke new software ;)
Last edited by Buddace on 04.09.2008, 23:30, edited 1 time in total.
Buddace
 

Postby jeanmichel » 04.09.2008, 23:28

Hi, welcome,

then you are at the right place ;)

Regards
jean-Michel
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Postby cwichmann » 05.09.2008, 08:17

Hi,

welcome to Rocrail!

of course Rocrail has bugs too ( take a look at Sourceforge) but mostly they can be solved quickly by our glorious coders ;-) and Rocrail does not cost as much as Railware. It only costs some effort to read the wiki and write postings.

But don't forget: Rocrail is people! Any contribution is welcome, doesn't matter if you help others in the forum or write some wiki pages or code something ...

You also may feel free to donate the money you saved by not buying the next Railware update :twisted:
cwichmann
 

Postby Buddace » 05.09.2008, 08:28

You also may feel free to donate the money you saved by not buying the next Railware update Twisted Evil

LOL!!!
First Stetp, I have to learn and test ;) Next I can write Italian Help ;)
Buddace
 

Postby sergio » 05.09.2008, 08:45

Buddace wrote:First Stetp, I have to learn and test ;);)

This is very fast step; Buddace and his Group are very smart people

Buddace wrote:
Next I can write Italian Help ;)

Finally found the solution for italian translation!!!!
So I can continue to use the english one.... :lol:
Why busy with Rocrail?? Because not too young to play trains, nor too old to learn something new.
http://www.amc-chiaravalle.org
sergio
 

Postby cwichmann » 05.09.2008, 17:08

Hey Sergio,

Finally found the solution for italian translation!!!!


Is this a typical italian solution or a typical Sergio solution? :twisted:
cwichmann
 


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