Traincontrolle version 9 - page 8

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Schedule Sequences vs. Schedule Successors vs. Long Schedules ...................... 207
5.16
Schedule Selections ...................................................................................... 209
5.17
Operation Interruption - Termination of Schedules ................................. 209
5.18
Putting it all together – The Dispatcher Window...................................... 210
5.19
Customizing the Dispatcher Window ......................................................... 212
General................................................................................................................. 212
Visibility of Schedules ......................................................................................... 213
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The Traffic Control .............................................................................................. 214
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The Inspector ........................................................................................................ 217
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The Message Window and Pins........................................................................... 218
8.1
The Message Window .................................................................................. 218
Dr. Railroad.......................................................................................................... 219
8.2
Pins ................................................................................................................ 219
System Pins .......................................................................................................... 221
Dr. Railroad Pins.................................................................................................. 223
User Pins .............................................................................................................. 223
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The Simulator ....................................................................................................... 225
Starting the Program in Offline Mode.................................................................. 226
Saving and Restoring of Train Positions .............................................................. 226
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A Sample Layout .................................................................................................. 228
General................................................................................................................. 228
Step 1: Creating the Switchboard ......................................................................... 229
Step 2: Defining the Engines................................................................................ 230
Step 3: Creating Blocks........................................................................................ 232
Step 4: Contact Indicators .................................................................................... 234
Step 5: Creating Schedules................................................................................... 237
Manual Operation................................................................................................. 238
Further Steps ........................................................................................................ 238
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Advanced Train Control...................................................................................... 241
11.1
Train Sets in TrainController
Silver ...................................................... 241
Operation of Additional Function Only Decoders in TrainController
Silver ... 242
Example: Automatic Car Lighting in TrainController
Silver ........................... 242
11.2
Cars and Train Sets ..................................................................................... 243
Cars ...................................................................................................................... 243
Train Sets ............................................................................................................. 244
Control Cars ......................................................................................................... 246
Cars and Load ...................................................................................................... 246
Forwarding of Functions in Train Sets ................................................................. 247
Joining and Separation of Train Sets.................................................................... 247
Arranging Train Sets by Train Tracking .............................................................. 248
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