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Templot2 version 205d Build: #5926 06-July-2012
bug-fix: the sketchboard control panel and copyboard windows did not remain in front of the sketchboard in 205c. And the jotter window did not remain in front of the trackpad. Both fixed.
bug-fix: aligning mixed-gauge templates
This menu item should have been greyed out when aligning partial templates to create mixed-gauge formations:
Fixed. When there is a gauge difference between the control template and the background template, only the align over and snake functions can be used. This is to ensure that the centre-line radius is used correctly.
The result of the above would be (this is not changed):
If it is desired to match the templates on a common rail (the more usual mixed-gauge requirement), it will be necessary to put the pegs on the desired rails and then use the peg and notch functions rather than the align functions, setting the radius by calculation or visually by mouse action.
• These notes apply only to mixed-gauge formations. There is no change to the normal single-gauge templates and functions.
make transition curve
notch on intersection
For these functions there are new controls on the selection dialog to allow the trackpad to be zoomed and panned behind the dialog:
This makes it easier to see which option is correct.
In addition, for make transition curve there is a new option to delete the original templates. If this box is ticked, when yes - continue is clicked the two original templates from which the transition curve was constructed will be deleted. The new transition curve template can then be extended as required at each end to replace them.
If a new switch is selected at real > switch settings... which does not match the current rail type, a dialog like this will now be displayed to remind you:
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