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 Posted: Fri Feb 5th, 2016 09:28 pm
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Many thanks to the folks which have answered many a "stupid" question which I have posted previously.  Gladly it now works and I've put a short video on YouTube which shows the schedules in action which I've constructed on my small exhibition layout.  I love the ability to design in a certain sound at a certain time, it's the feature that won me over.  I wonder how long it will be before I upgrade to Gold!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmfMvNYOjaA

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Get thee behind me Satan ...........................:hmm:hmm:hmm:hmm:hmm

I've been impressed with what RR & Co can do for some time Charlie but I have other expenses first ................:???:

Great video. :thumbs



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Great Video, the layout is coming along nicely, brilliant work,



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Congratulations Charlie :doublethumb

Nice crisp video and a splendid RR&Co demonstration......those schedule changes were absolutely seamless...well done:thumbs

I suspect it will not be long before you move to Gold:lol:

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Thanks for your kind words but how addictive it truly is.

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Nice work, Charlie.  :thumbs



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Hi Charlie,

That was very enjoyable. Not sure the poor souls living above the tracks would appreciate the flange squeal in the small hours.....

Not sure whether it was intention or not, but the gentle gradient changes really bring it to life. Straight and level was rarely that.

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Brilliant, enjoyed that :thumbs


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