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L and N Debbie
Fireman

USA
1105 Posts

Posted - 04/12/2002 :  11:02:59 PM  Show Profile
My son-in-law gave me the Abracadata 3D Railroad disk.From what little I have learned so far it seems like a good tool.How does this compare with 3D Planit? I have been told 3D Planit is better, but since I got Abracadata for free I would like to learn to use it. I have no written instructions,just the directions on the program itself.Can anyone suggest any short cuts or anything that might help.
T.I.A.
L and N Debbie



Edited by - L and N Debbie on 04/12/2002 23:04:57

Edited by - L and N Debbie on 04/12/2002 23:07:49

NYC
Fireman

USA
2044 Posts

Posted - 04/13/2002 :  11:44:20 AM  Show Profile
Debbie go to http://www.abracadata.com/ and
http://www.abracadata.com/cgi-bin/demo1.cgi?db=demo1&Type=Fixes&File=manual&mh=6&sb=4&so=descend&view_records=View Records you can download the manual. There is also a section on downloads and FAQ.

I have never used it, I do have 3rd planit and right track.

I hope this helps!

Modeling the NYC railroad
(Not Yet Completed Railroad)
Phil
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L and N Debbie
Fireman

USA
1105 Posts

Posted - 04/14/2002 :  2:20:52 PM  Show Profile
Hi Phil,
Thanks for the websites! The information will be a great help in learning to use this Abracadata 3D Railroad.
Have a great day,
L&N Debbie

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NYC
Fireman

USA
2044 Posts

Posted - 04/14/2002 :  6:25:53 PM  Show Profile
Always happy to help I have more website links than I know what to do with, good to see some are useful

Modeling the NYC railroad
(Not Yet Completed Railroad)
Phil
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