SCARM - Simple Computer Aided Railway Modeller

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The new SCARM v. 0.9.37 is ready and published, coming with some new options, many small bugfixes, improved stability and one new cool feature for the MTS Power Edition. Read more details here:

SCARM Model Railroad Layout Design software 0.9.37 Released

Hope you will like it :)

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Thank you sir, again :)
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See the only SCARM blog post for May:

International Danube Modular Layout Meeting - Russe 2017

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The event hosted layouts in HO, TT and N scales and was carried out by more than 40 participants from several countries. Here is the layout scheme:

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I also attended and even drove several trains :smile: See the pictures that I shot in the blog post's gallery.

Last but not least, I should mention that one of the train stations and several other single modules are entirely designed in SCARM :wink:

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Мерси за снимките!
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You're welcome :smile:

The new SCARM v.1.0 Milestone version is ready and published. Read more about it here:

SCARM v. 1.0 Milestone Released

The Milestone version starts a new epoch in the developing of SCARM. Get ready for many new functions and features that will come with the next updates and the future SCARM extensions!

Hope all you will like it :wink:

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Important information for all Model Trains Simulator – Power Edition users, who have purchased their MTS PE extensions prior to the release of SCARM v. 1.0.0:
You will receive a FREE license key for the new version of SCARM per each MTS PE license that you have already purchased. Your license key is available and activated in your account in the Registered Users Area. Just login, download it and install in the program :)

Important information for all, who donated to SCARM Project, before releasing of v. 1.0.0:
Drop me an e-mail addressed to Image and specify the account from which you made the donation and you will receive a FREE license key for the new version of the program :)

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The new SCARM version is ready and published. Read more about it here:

SCARM v. 1.1 Released

This version allows layers visibility to be applied also in 3D viewing mode, adds new and updated tracks and objects libraries and fixes several bugs from the previous release.

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The new SCARM version is ready and published. Read more about it here:

SCARM v. 1.2 Released

This version allows use of tram track systems (LUNA and Kato), adds several new features and comes with 180+ track and object libraries.

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Re: SCARM - Simple Computer Aided Railway Modeller

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Since I'm designing a two-level layout, I was wondering if different layers in SCARM can have different baseboard designs? It appears not, but operator error is always a real possibility. My levels will be connected via a combination helix/nolix and I wanted to ensure the spatial relationships were accurate between the levels.
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Hello Joe,

No, there is no option for multiple baseboards for now, but I have plans to add such feature in some of the next updates of the program.

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