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 Posted: Fri Feb 5th, 2016 10:25 pm
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Now available - found it by chance when browsing the RR&Co forum.  However a quick test of it shows the problem of the wrong speed being displayed in train windows when using MPH is now resolved. 
  
As always back up your configuration files first!



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Thanks Robert.....I missed that :thumbs



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I think there's something fundamentally wrong with this version and I strongly recommend to not install it.  Had a session today and for reasons I can't explain, 2 trains ended up colliding on the main line.  Neither of these trains was supposed to be there - they should both have been in blocks 1 and 2 of one of my storage roads.



So I then proceeded to use drag-and-drop to put the trains back to their starting positions.  One of the trains entered the platform road and then suddenly reversed out again.
 
I'm now reverting to 8.0F3.



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Wow:shock:

Thanks for the heads up....I will live with the wonky speedo for a while longer:lol:

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 It's now been replaced by 8.0F5 which has no known problems. See http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=14153&forum_id=151&jump_to=256770#p256770



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