So I have laid out the full scale printout of the layout on the benchwork. What is the best way to now transfer the actual track centerline to the benchwork so I can then remove the paper layout and begin to secure my track to the benchwork. I already painted the benchowrk top a dark color so pen or pencil marks will not show very well.
Any ideas or thoughts? How have others tackled this issue?
Hi all with this layout design in OO gauge I was after having plenty of sidings instead of a fiddle yard and I think I have achieved that aim. I was also aiming to have a decent sized station running along the back wall. I am open to suggestions or ideas on how I may improve on this design Terry trockthorpe.any
Hi one and all I am new to the forum and relatively new to the hobby. Over the last three years I have designed and built two layouts. Like most beginners the first one was pretty much thrown together and over time little niggles became big problems with running. The second runs well but doesn't give much in the way of sidings. I have decided to invest in anyrail to design a layout that will give me this and hopefully I can iron out any design problems.
Last post by David - November 28, 2022, 12:06:40 PM
At startup, AnyRail checks if all the plans on the recent file list can still be found. If not, they're removed from this list. So if you start AnyRail without the thumb drive attached, the files on it will no longer be on the recent file list.
By the way, always make sure to properly 'eject' the thumb drive! You'll not be the first one losing work because Windows did not get enough time to synchronise the external drive.
Last post by ibondy - November 27, 2022, 09:22:49 AM
@zsi Fully agree, and when you talk about desktop OS it is about 76% Windows, 15% OS and <3% Linux. Any business needs to prioritize their efforts based on the ROI. I would estimate that ROI on Linux is almost zero.
Considering that the global operating system market share of Windows is about 30% and that of Linux about 1%, it is hard to justify creating and maintaining a separate Linux-version of Anyrail, I would say.