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 Posted: Fri Mar 22nd, 2019 01:12 am
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You dont give up Peter:lol:
Thank you for the compliment Jonathan......hopefully you were referring to some of the comments in my Granby thread. The tutorial I attempted to write a decade ago, is more than a little out of date:oops: and since then a guy called Rudy has put my efforts to shame with a a comprehensive series of superb videos.

If you havent seen them I will dig out the link for you. Which version of Train Controller are you using?

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John Dew wrote: .....................................................The tutorial I attempted to write a decade ago, is more than a little out of date:oops: and since then a guy called Rudy has put my efforts to shame with a a comprehensive series of superb videos.

If you havent seen them I will dig out the link for you. Which version of Train Controller are you using?

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I'd like to see those too John. :thumbs



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 Posted: Fri Mar 22nd, 2019 02:49 pm
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Petermac wrote: John Dew wrote: .....................................................The tutorial I attempted to write a decade ago, is more than a little out of date:oops: and since then a guy called Rudy has put my efforts to shame with a a comprehensive series of superb videos.

If you havent seen them I will dig out the link for you. Which version of Train Controller are you using?

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John


I'd like to see those too John. :thumbs

There are over 40 of them. He has posted them on the RR&Co Forum, RMWeb and Youtube...........

Here is a direct link to his website and video #12

https://rudysmodelrailway.wordpress.com/2015/07/12/traincontroller-12-complex-operations-with-schedule-successors/

Best to start with #1 though! :lol:



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Thanks John - wow - 40 of them - bedtime reading for years to come...................................... :thumbs



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Heres video number 1   on youtube https://youtu.be/fKHTr0PSgCs  I see a couple on Jmri as well. . And arduino. . Hmmm   bookmarked and  subscribed,  Thanks John   :thumbs
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Jonathan,

Welcome from the other side of The Forest. I do hope you enjoy this forum. For my money it is the friendliest around.
Maybe we will bump into each other at local events or I may even see you at the Southampton MRS Show in January.



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Hello Jonathan, welcome to club from me down on the edge of Solent.



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