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Post by thachieman350 on Sat Oct 29, 2011 7:05 am

Is there a way to quickly create my own diagram or edit an existing one for my own personal use ?

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Re: Diagrams

Post by graymac on Sat Oct 29, 2011 7:26 am

Not without knowing how to code routes. There was a route editor for bve4 which allowed randomness in signalling and alteration to stops/timings but I can't remember what it was called or if it can still be found.
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Post by velaro on Sat Oct 29, 2011 7:46 am

There's this guide to altering routes which does not require much knowledge of route coding:

http://www.freewebs.com/dennislance/modifying%20existing%20routes.htm

It was written for BVE 4 routes files but also applies to openBVE (though there can be some additional complications in some openBVE route such as some of the route file code being stored in a different file with only the link in the route file). Just give it a try.
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Post by graymac on Sat Oct 29, 2011 10:44 am

(though there can be some additional complications in some openBVE route such as some of the route file code being stored in a different file with only the link in the route file)

Make sure only to try altering on copies in case of mistakes! Velaro is right about the different files for sections of code. NWM routes and current Ballyfeckin routes have sections of code in additional text files in the route folder and are not as straightforward to alter as most of the earlier bve4 routefiles. Be aware!

I did find this link for BRR Route Randomiser:
http://wiki.bve-routes.com/index.php/BVE_Route_Randomizer
Unfortunately it leads to the now defunct trainsimcentral URL so the only useful information is the name of the program, if you can find it elsewhere or if you know anyone who might have it (sorry, I haven't).
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Re: Diagrams

Post by 92220 on Sun Oct 30, 2011 2:01 am

EezyPeazy has the Timetable Editor on his site.
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