SCARM - Simple Computer Aided Railway Modeller

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Thanks for the info, looking forward to the next updates.
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Here they are :)

The new SCARM version 1.4.0 is ready and published. Read more about it here:

SCARM Layout Software v. 1.4 Released

This update comes with new and improved tools in the Toolbox, some new and updated track and object libraries and has some small improvements and bugfixes.

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The new SCARM version 1.5.0 is ready and published. Read more about it here:

SCARM Track Planning Software v. 1.5 Released

In general, this version comes with one new figure in the “Figures” panel, one new tool in the “Tools” menu, several interface improvements, new and updated track libraries and with many bugfixes.

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Thanks Mixy!


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See here one compact TT-scale layout, designed in SCARM:

Small Layout with Shadow Station in TT scale

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The layout features oval main line with small train station (in front) and shadow station in tunnel (in the back) suitable for running of short passenger and freight trains.

Several more small TT-scale layouts can be found here: TT-scale layouts, designed in SCARM.

Hope you will like them :wink:

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The new SCARM v. 1.6.0 is ready and published. Read more about it here:

SCARM Layout Design Software v. 1.6.0 Released

This version comes with some small improvements, some bugfixes and with many new and updated track libraries.

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Re: SCARM - Simple Computer Aided Railway Modeller

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You can ask the author of the software. He is answering questions directly on the web page reached by the link in his post ahead of yours. I have never used scarm and can't help you at all.

http://www.scarm.info/blog/general/scar ... -released/

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