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I've just bought the full version of Anyrail and want to find out how to access turntables.

Has anyone managed this yet. I'm using Peco fine scale 75. I don't know if this matters or not.

Any help would be appreciated.


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Thank you T55 I knew I had seen it somewhere. I'll give it a go tomorrow




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G'day, any chance of sharing this with us all ? ;-)  Jeff.

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Hi Jeff,

I'll go back on to Anyrail tomorrow and familiarise myself with where I found it. I'll post a response with the answer tomorrow night.

Apologies for the time taken only I've just got in from doing some decorating at my parents and picked up on your post.

If I can get the post to your earlier tomorrow, I will.

Cheers for now

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Thanks Toto. Regards Jeff.

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Hi Jeff,

To find the turntable symbol for insertion into your track plan. Once you have opened up Anyrail go into track libraries and look approximately half way along the tool bar. You will see a tab under the exactoscale heading which says OO.

Click on the arrow to reveal the drop down menu and select either Hornby or Peco depending on which track type you are using.

If it's Peco, then select it and then choose from the track type ie, code 100 or in my case code 75.

When you do this a track library will appear on the left hand side of the screen. Scroll down and click on code reference LK - 55. That is it, you have selected the Peco turntable for exerting into your track plan. Simply click it into place like you would any other piece of track.

If you are using Hornby track, do the same but obviously select Hornby from the drop down menu. When you do this , once again the track menu appears. This time scroll down and select code R 070 which is the Hornby turntable.

If you have any further problems with it, feel free to come back and I'll do my best to talk you through it. It's not too difficult once you have done it for the first time.

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Thank you very much Toto, it's appreciated. Regards Jeff.

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Hi Jeff,

Your welcome :thumbs

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