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BVE/OpenBVE Support / Re: need help
« Last post by BadriveR142A on February 08, 2018, 11:48:09 am »
  thanks im backing up legacy folder i finally got it to open by downloading a different version and now it opens but it keeps crashing its says mono sgen64 keeps crashing?
Weird, I never had this kind of error, try with the same version as before then
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BVE/OpenBVE Support / Re: need help
« Last post by MRROSSNOW on February 07, 2018, 11:26:42 pm »
Backup the LegacyContent folder and install a new OpenBVE and put your content back in, should be good
  thanks im backing up legacy folder i finally got it to open by downloading a different version and now it opens but it keeps crashing its says mono sgen64 keeps crashing?
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BVE/OpenBVE Support / Re: need help
« Last post by SP1900 on February 07, 2018, 01:18:29 pm »
If you still have all your content, Great. I suggest trying out different versions of openBVE
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BVE/OpenBVE Support / Re: need help
« Last post by BadriveR142A on February 07, 2018, 11:04:42 am »
i recently had some trouble with my laptop had some work done which wiped it clean I went to a backup and which i had openbve saved on and after i copied it to my desktop it wont open?? any suggestions and Im working on a macbook pro thanks
Backup the LegacyContent folder and install a new OpenBVE and put your content back in, should be good
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Not related to this train series but is there a link to the pre GOH R40 Slant/R40M/R42?
The development of the preGOH R40/M/42 has been granted to me by the original developer BveMudwrestle so i'm working on them.
The trains aren't officially released yet, as they had wrong size and need to be rebuilt. I'm gonna post on the original R40/M/42 thread soon so check it out sometime
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BVE/OpenBVE Support / need help
« Last post by MRROSSNOW on February 06, 2018, 08:28:05 pm »
i recently had some trouble with my laptop had some work done which wiped it clean I went to a backup and which i had openbve saved on and after i copied it to my desktop it wont open?? any suggestions and Im working on a macbook pro thanks
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Not related to this train series but is there a link to the pre GOH R40 Slant/R40M/R42?
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Thanks a lot! I'm pretty good with computers and troubleshooting, just not coding, e.t.c. I guess I'll wait till I get better or till someone else makes it. Also, is there any way that I can convert the Mark VI from Trainz to Openbve? (I only need the train; not the route/track.) Probably not but just wondering.  :)

I wish there was a way, it would make everything a lot easier for developers. But sadly no there isn't at the moment. I believe if you want that to be a feature of openBVE you should talk to leezer3. He's the current maintainer of the openbve program and he's the one who updates it with new features. You can contact him on the bve cornwall website
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So basically you should start with editing a train yourself. To open a .csv or .b3d or .animated file use TextEdit. You can use objectviewer by installing the winebottler program so that you can open .exe files. When you’ve got objectviewer to work you should see a grey screen with two icons. Press F7 or fn+F7 to open up the csv or b3d file or animated file. Once you’ve selected it you can use textedit to play around with functions and numbers in the files. Though animations such as door animations and rotating wheels won’t show up you can change the position or shape or size of objects and even create new ones. You’ll notice there are three sets of numbers in each line of code. They are to signify the X, Y and Z axes X axis is width, Y is height and Z is length. The BVEstation wiki will explain more. To see what changes you’ve made you can press F5 to see what changes you’ve made to the object in objectviewer

I hope this helps a bit but check the wiki for more information and I recommend with editing an existing train rather than creating a completely new one unless you feel confident enough to do so

Best of luck

Thanks a lot! I'm pretty good with computers and troubleshooting, just not coding, e.t.c. I guess I'll wait till I get better or till someone else makes it. Also, is there any way that I can convert the Mark VI from Trainz to Openbve? (I only need the train; not the route/track.) Probably not but just wondering.  :)
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