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A quick question with regards to the capabilities of Anyrail.

I note that you can have the part numbers shown on your diagram, ie a E 196 left hand turnout 214 mm etc.

Is there any way you can pull up a summary of the parts you have used and the quantity rather than scouring the diagram trying to count them without missing any.

Has anyone found such a facility or does it not exist.

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Toto.

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Tom, send a PM to David who is a member of YMR & the owner/creator of Anyrail.

Just use his ID of David.

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Thanks Sol, will do.

I'll post the outcome,

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For anyone else with Anyrail, If you have version S, click File then info and it will give you the opportunity to list materials.

I'll need to check which version I've got but I only bought it a couple of months ago so hopefully I'll be ok.

Cheers for now

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Thanks Toto,

Useful to know.


                 

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