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Purpose[edit]

This Appendix index page is a master Table of Contents page for reference material relocated into Trainz Wikibook Appendix pages.

If you wish to contribute to clarifying the obtuseness of the N3V wiki, see Talk:Trainz/references for guidelines or to post a question.

 

References TOC notations[edit]

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By Column labels indent and/or indicate:
 • 'R'=reference pages, usually data or data type article pages, Set off Parent and Child types with 'P' and 'C' when it makes sense, indent the child under 'S' and so forth.or  • 'G' for general or guidelines
 • S is an amplifying sub-topic or data sub-type (defined-D or enumerated='E "Tags") such as a container in a container, while
 • E is amplifying Examples or a sub-sub-data type, child types excluding those of config.txt INI files and it's TrainzBaseSpec should be listed under their parents in this table. If it gets cluttered, we can make a second alphabetical table later.
By enumerated types, means tag values are predefined allowed values like category-region or category-class, versus defined type tags such as category-era entries.

 

References TOC[edit]

 R   S   E   Page title as Link   Comments
 R            ACS Text Format     Explains what is and is not allowed in Trainz string data.
     E   T    references    
     E        references    
              references    
              code build number     The unique Software build identifying precisely which release version, Service Packs, and other software updates are installed on a computer install.
              references    
              references    
              containers     About Trainz Containers and TOC to such.
              Hotkeys,CM&CMP    Beginners cheat sheet — Lists Hotkeys active in Content Manager (CM).
              Hotkeys,Drivers    Beginners cheat sheet — Lists Hotkeys active in Trainz Driver.
              HKeys-SUR    Beginners cheat sheet — Lists Hotkeys active in Trainz Surveyor.
              Hotkeys,Drivers    Beginners cheat sheet — Lists Hotkeys active in Trainz Driver
              HKeys-WIN     Lists standard Windows Hotkeys active in Trainz editing, data manipulation and file management.
              references    
 T            Kinds     All the many KIND types directory and exposition
              references     Listing Article listing Trainz's file types, their extensions, and scope.
              references    
              Glossary     Comprehensive brief term definitions and reminders ; use {{TG}} to link.
              references    
              references    
              references    
              Mouse use     Beginners cheat sheet gives instructions on using mice in the various game modules.
              Notations     Beginners cheat sheet and auxiliary glossary gives Railroading expressions and terminology in the game, forums, and the real world. Alternative Railroading traditions and cultures use different terminology for the same things.
              references    
              references    
              references    
              references     TrainzMap was a utility which produced maps of Trainz Routes with many display options. It has become obsolete with the change in Map data model and architecture from TS2009 and up.
              references    
              references    
              references     Comprehensive glossary and illustration of parts of a steam locomotive.
              .texture.txt files     Annotated expanded version of N3V's [.texture.txt File page ]. texture.txt file, texture.txt files support Introductory material and intermediate How-to topics.
 G            references    
              references    
              version number
aka code build number  
  The unique Software build identifying precisely which release version, Service Packs, and other software updates are installed on a computer install. All such on all versions are in the lower RHS corner of the Main menu, or in newer releases, also the Launcher menu.

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