SCARM - Simple Computer Aided Railway Modeller

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DAMN. That's so BIG :shock:
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And I had no time to visit. :( In front right is the H0-USA-Layout with some of our modules from http://www.AMREG.de (American Model Railroaders of Eastern Germany). I hope, the next big FREMO anniversary is with TT-USA-Modules. :wink:
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I was not able to go there too, but 16 members from my local club was participating with TT and N scale modules. May be I will go next year ;)

And here are the SCARM model railroad blog posts for October.

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As always, thanks Mixy.
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The new SCARM v. 0.9.35 is ready and published! It comes with many new and updated track libraries, many bugfixes and more powerful Model Trains Simulator extension. See more about the new version here:

SCARM Track Planning Software 0.9.35 Released

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Together with the new release, a new part of the website is also launched - it is a database with Virtual Rolling Stock for use in the MTS PE extension.

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Hope you will like all new stuff about SCARM ;)

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Thanks Mixy :wave:
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IMPORTANT!

A bug was reported and confirmed in the last version of SCARM that may prevent starting of the program on some computers. The patched version of the program was released today. Please upgrade to SCARM 0.9.36, which can be downloaded from www.scarm.info to fix the issue.

See more about this bug-fix update in the following blog post: SCARM v. 0.9.36 Released.

I am sorry if the bugs caused any problems and inconvenience in your work with SCARM. If you see another problems, please report them here or in SCARM Blog and I will try to fix them ASAP.

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Here are the SCARM model railroading blog posts for February.

For those, who already got the MTS Power Edition - there is an easy way to stack all virtual vehicles in the sim in a single column. See how here:

Showing Vehicles From All Libraries Together

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