Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by lester perry, Dec 8, 2006.
Is there any computer programs for MRR operations that actually work?
came upon this thread while looking through old posts. am surprised there have been no replies.
I operate using RAILOP which I have found to be a terrific program.
if you google railop you can get to the site and can download a demo
program to get an idea how it works.
there is also a yahoo users group which is very friendly and can answer any questions you may have.
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I operate on my own and started with a small layout and find that RAILOP can be used with a layout of any size.
it is nice to operate with a switchlist and not have to juggle a lot of cards.
hope this is of some help
Thanks Trevor! I'll give it a look.
Anybody here using a program called Interchange? If so, do you like it?
loren I looked at the Interchange web site - the program looks interesting although a bit complicated.
I joined the yahoo user group [MRCDS] which seems to have been taken over by spammers
looking at their older posts seems to be a bit hard to get working as you want it
just my observations
I had to give up on that program, Interchange. I am playing with another one now that seems to be promising.
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The only problem is it's a dos program, so I had to get another program for it to print to usb.
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