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Developers, here's a challenge! WDW Monorail (My Dream Project!; Please Help!)

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msg7:
Hi all! I'm relatively new to OpenBVE and have been looking for one train/route in particular. I'm not exactly sure if anyone can create this but I'm looking for the Walt Disney World Mark VI monorail. (possibly a route also?) I know Trainz has a route and train, however, I am a Mac user. Monorails are probably a request you guys don't get every day. If anybody is interested in developing it, I have a few audio clips/ textures on my computer that may be able to be used in the train. I will try to contribute as much as I can to the project. This is my dream project and I hope one of you can help make it happen! I DO NOT want/need credit for anything! Everything is yours! I'm desperate lol! Many thanks!

-msg7

BVERailer:
Glad to see I'm not the only one interested in the WDW Monorail lol. I myself am not an expert train modeler, so unfortunately I won't be able to help. Also, there really aren't any monorail routes for BVE. If you wish to use the monorails on the route, I would recommend just using Trainz for now until it has been made for BVE. Sorry about that.

SP1900:
I managed to find a fictional Korean Monorail route for openBVE. Mind you itís nothing like the WDW monorail but I reckon you could use the tracks and some of the textures to help you get started on building your own.

Download it here: http://www.mediafire.com/?92xu93n3jke4msn

I hope this helps a little bit for the route. I found the BVEstation wiki was a good start in helping me model trains by hand coding however you can export models from sketchup by using various converters like the 3ds converter or the obj to b3d converter on the Hungarian BVE website or even one here by gg train.

I understand you canít access the developer tools because youíre a Mac user. I also use a mac. I did find a way to get them to work. You have to open them via the wine titled program which is free.

However, I am sorry but Iím unable to help as I have many projects to attend to

I wish you the best of luck with your project

msg7:

--- Quote from: SP1900 on January 28, 2018, 04:35:35 pm ---I managed to find a fictional Korean Monorail route for openBVE. Mind you itís nothing like the WDW monorail but I reckon you could use the tracks and some of the textures to help you get started on building your own.

Download it here: http://www.mediafire.com/?92xu93n3jke4msn

I hope this helps a little bit for the route. I found the BVEstation wiki was a good start in helping me model trains by hand coding however you can export models from sketchup by using various converters like the 3ds converter or the obj to b3d converter on the Hungarian BVE website or even one here by gg train.

I understand you canít access the developer tools because youíre a Mac user. I also use a mac. I did find a way to get them to work. You have to open them via the wine titled program which is free.

However, I am sorry but Iím unable to help as I have many projects to attend to

I wish you the best of luck with your project

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--- Quote from: BVERailer on January 28, 2018, 01:03:32 pm ---Glad to see I'm not the only one interested in the WDW Monorail lol. I myself am not an expert train modeler, so unfortunately I won't be able to help. Also, there really aren't any monorail routes for BVE. If you wish to use the monorails on the route, I would recommend just using Trainz for now until it has been made for BVE. Sorry about that.

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Thanks to both of you!

msg7:
Anyone who can help! Quick question, does anyone have a good guide for creating trains for mac users? Thanks!

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