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CZAR ALEKSANDER
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now i get this error message

Post by CZAR ALEKSANDER » 13 Jun 2006 21:51

:roll: hello

now i get this error message brdgeart/0e00000000
can any one help


thanks

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Post by LocArny » 13 Jun 2006 21:53

Oke, please don't start a new topic for every missing part.

You can get the file here: http://cache.locomotiondepot.net/view.php?item=32

Just click "Earth slopes".

And be carefull with overwriting the trackst.dat file...
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Post by PhiliThunder » 31 Dec 2014 14:43

And be carefull with overwriting the trackst.dat file...

So i overwrote it is that bad

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Re: now i get this error message

Post by Greyfox » 31 Dec 2014 21:33

@PhilliThunder:

Just friendly advice, Look at the date of the previous post, it's over 8 years old. Moderators take a dim view of "bumping" old topics. I'm not a moderator, just trying to help.
As I said, just friendly advice. :)
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Re: now i get this error message

Post by Greyfox » 09 Jan 2015 20:14

@PhilliThunder: Point to remember, As with the Objdata folder, backup your trackst.dat & your trackng.dat first if you're going to modify them, that way you will always have the original files. Although they are already in your Objdata folder, it is a good idea to make copies of them and place them in another folder for this purpose.

Hope this is clear.

Cheers.
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Re: now i get this error message

Post by PhiliThunder » 09 Jan 2015 23:19

Greyfox wrote:@PhilliThunder: Point to remember, As with the Objdata folder, backup your trackst.dat & your trackng.dat first if you're going to modify them, that way you will always have the original files. Although they are already in your Objdata folder, it is a good idea to make copies of them and place them in another folder for this purpose.

Hope this is clear.

Cheers.
Yes Thanks :) But i actually have another computer with the original so i will keep those :)

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Re: now i get this error message

Post by Greyfox » 12 Jan 2015 03:31

@PhiliThunder: Good idea. As for editing, try here, http://www.tt-forums.net/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=29348 if you haven't already done so.
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