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Version 6

Started by David, May 18, 2016, 04:09:51 pm

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Tom Springer

Quote from: David on May 23, 2016, 09:52:58 am
@Tom: Ordering user items and creating user libraries are on the wish list. Not planned yet however.


David, ok.  It's just that the V5 behavior had them in order and V6 changed so they are not.  I'll adjust to how it now is.
Tom Springer

(Unintentional Pyromaniac)

TodaProduction

Hello, David;

  Thanks to V6 release.
  I tried a V6, but I think that there is a little trouble.
  For example,

    1. Open layout
    2. 3D screen is displayed when you press the 3D view button on the ribbon
    3. Click the 2D design view button on the ribbon
    4. Screen is not initialized, it remains the 3D display is displayed

  Due to the above-described problems is the state it is difficult to try V6
  completely. I hope that this problem can be improved quickly.

   P.S.
        I began to make an immediately new Japanese localization file :-)

David

@Toda, so in your case the program does not switch back to 2D?
Did you see the 3D representation at all?
David Hoogvorst
Founder and Owner of DRail Modelspoor Software
Creator of AnyRail

TodaProduction

David;
  Yes, I look at the 3D representation, I was able to change the point of view with the mouse.
  But when I return to 2D design screen, the screen will remain a 3D representation.

  The program seems to be back to 2D mode, but only the screen will not be redrawn.
  Then, when I move the mouse on the screen, it will be re-drawn gradually screen. It is hard to use.

  I owe 3D-Data made by Mike, and upload a screen shot. (Thanks to Mike)

     No1.jpg : Open Mike's Layout
     No2.jpg : 3DView and change the point of view with the mouse.
     No3.jpg : after 2D Design View button on the ribbon
     No4.jpg : Mouse moving on the screen


David

OK, I've not seen that before, but I think it's easy to fix.
David Hoogvorst
Founder and Owner of DRail Modelspoor Software
Creator of AnyRail

TodaProduction


Future-Digital

David,

Is there a chance you could put in a button or icon in the Layers that will turn of ALL layers, except for the one marked in green?  I would be great. It would be even GREATER if on second clicking it turned BACK on all those which were originally on.

Bill

Oops, sorry. Just remembered it should have been posted on Wish List. I'll do better next time.
"I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book." - Groucho Marx

David

@Bill: now that version 6 is out, and we don't have to add this type of functions twice (to 5 and 6), there's a good chance we can do this within a reasonable amount of time.
David Hoogvorst
Founder and Owner of DRail Modelspoor Software
Creator of AnyRail

Future-Digital

May 24, 2016, 05:08:02 pm #23 Last Edit: May 24, 2016, 06:42:54 pm by Future-Digital
Thank you. Much appreciated.

Bill
"I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book." - Groucho Marx

Hoiiip

Bug fix needed on the Snapshot - the layout view is obstructed by messages, file listings, etc.

David

We know this happens sometimes.
We're looking for a solution to this problem.
David Hoogvorst
Founder and Owner of DRail Modelspoor Software
Creator of AnyRail

CharlesR

David, thanks for this update!  The days of saving the file and sending it to another program to get an idea of the 3D view are over.  Much appreciated.
Now I just need to figure out how to make tunnels and bridges.  Guess it is time to read the help file.

- Charlie

CharlesR

You did an amazing job with the tunnels and bridges.  Easy to figure out and use.  I like the fact that negative heights can be used. 

RhB_HJ

Hi all,

I guess I need to get back up to speed with the new version i.e. get familiar with the "new and improved".
Been really busy with too many projects, very few involving track planning.  :o :o
Hans-Joerg Mueller
Coldstream, BC   Canada

http://www.rhb-grischun.ca

My train videos

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Mike from CT

Please pardon this off-topic post.  I plead sincerity.....

Quote from: RhB_HJ on June 12, 2016, 01:17:42 am
Hi all,

I guess I need to get back up to speed with the new version i.e. get familiar with the "new and improved".
Been really busy with too many projects, very few involving track planning.  :o :o



It's good to hear from you, H-J.  I was worrying about you.....