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Put the peg on CTRL-6 before making any other changes, otherwise you will lose the alignment between the two diverging roads. (I have now edited my previous post.)
For 1:6 turnouts with straight switches you will probably want to change to 9ft or 10ft switches rather than 12ft. Otherwise the turnout radius will be very tight. 12ft is probably ok at 1:7.
Blank the turnouts up to the switch toe, at do > blank up to switch toe menu item.
If necessary, shorten the check rail to span only 4 timbers, to make more space for the switch tips, real > adjust check rails menu item.
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