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Hey all,

 

I was wondering why certain routes in openBVE open as applications as opposed to file folders. Currently the only two routes ive been able to run are the New F train and the (EE) train to an extent(basically was just a cab and signals).

Can anyone help me out?

Thanks, Dan

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Hey all,

 

I was wondering why certain routes in openBVE open as applications as opposed to file folders. Currently the only two routes ive been able to run are the New F train and the (EE) train to an extent(basically was just a cab and signals).

Can anyone help me out?

Thanks, Dan

 

Some have installers, some are 7z files.

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Do you use the correct format for folders?

 

Whatever/openBve/Railway/Route: the routes go here

Whatever/openBve/Railway/Object: the object folders go here

Whatever/openBve/Railway/Sound: the sound folders go here

Whatever/openBve/Train: the train folders go here.

 

You are most likely missing the object and sound folders.

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I suggest installing BVE2, even though if it doesnt work or you won't use it, install it as it will make your life much much easier when you install routes and trains since as for now most developers are still keeping the BVE2 format and file structure (at least here in NYC anyway lol)

 

C:\Program Files\BVE\Railway\Object is where the Object packs go;

C:\Program Files\BVE\Railway\Route is where the Route files go;

C:\Program Files\BVE\Railway\Sound is where the Sound files go;

C:\Program Files\BVE\Train\ is where the Train files go.

 

Install BVE2, reinstall the routes, point the OpenBVE route selection box to those directories (top box should say C:\Program Files\BVE\Railway\Route and bottom box should say C:\Program Files\BVE\Train\) and see if that works

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  • 4 months later...

There are several western US routes available, links below; the first is specificly freight, the others are prototypical with either freight or passenger trains.

 

http://web.archive.org/web/20090430185952/http://www.trainsimcentral.co.uk/usf.htm

 

http://wiki.bve-routes.com/index.php/Rocky_Mountains

 

http://trainsimonline.com/

 

http://sites.google.com/site/bveinvirginia/

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