Trainz/Trainz's Menus

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Trainz's Modules Menus[edit]

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Trainz's Driver Menus[edit]

Trainz Driver Menus are entered from the Main Menu and are in the TRS-era/JET2 based graphics engine releases nearly identical looking to the Surveyor Menu of the install, but selected using a different Windows button and mouse-click giving the selections a read-only protection, and eliminating any routes which do not have default sessions assigned to them.

 


Trainz's Launch Menus[edit]

 

Trainz's Loader Screens[edit]

Trainz Main Menus appear after the database has bootstrapped itself into memory and prepared to run the various GUI modules, possibly requiring graphics stressed under dynamic conditions. The more data elements one has locally, the longer the Trainz loading operation will take. While that data manipulation and cataloging process proceeds, perhaps sometimes requiring a data base update delay, the User sees the Loader screens shown here by main version of the release:

 

Trainz's Main Menus[edit]

Trainz Main Menus appear after the database has bootstrapped itself into memory and prepared to run the various GUI modules, possibly requiring graphics stressed under dynamic conditions. The more data elements one has locally, the longer the Trainz loading operation will take.

 

Trainz's Surveyor Menus[edit]

Trainz 1.0 first modest 3 boards route maps seen from the Trainz 1.1 Surveyor Menu. This map shown as selected was later in TRS2004 renamed 'Outback Australia' but initially modified (doubled to six map boards) for a Scenario in UTC and as Steam Engine Driver tutorial Session in TRS2004.


Notes and references[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Auran self-title,TRS2004 Expanded Manual
  2. community vernacular sometimes