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Ts20: Electrifying Action!

Discussion in 'Dovetail Live Article Discussion' started by TrainSim-James, May 26, 2020.

  1. TrainSim-James

    TrainSim-James Staff Member

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    Written by: Gary Dolzall.

    Metro-North Scenario Pack 01 delivers dynamic railroading action on one of America’s biggest and busiest commuter railroads!


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  2. Random Railfan

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    I just wish this included standard scenarios. I really dislike career. Standard is more relaxing where career murders you for making one mistake.
     
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  4. samsonbo

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    Use TS Tools(free) to convert Career scenarios to Standard http://www.agenetools.com/downloads.html
     
  5. Random Railfan

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    Yeah maybe I shouldn't download that since my antivirus labeled that as "malicious." I'm already very cautious with downloads lol.
     
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    If you download the TS-Tools from that the original site it is fine. Some antivirus products overreact as they aren't signed with a certificate (which costs a lot of money each year).

    As for the article, noticed that only articles by Gary indeed have a follow up or two sometimes a few weeks after the original release.
    Don't mind, but maybe include in the first line 'This product has already been released' to avoid confusion.
     
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