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Postby jdtech on Fri Jul 25, 2003 11:38 am

This thread is for those of you who have HVR2 and are building a layout. You are welcome to post screenshots here. Please use .jpg or .gif formats since /bmp s are big for my 56k modem :-?


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Postby saddletank on Fri Jul 25, 2003 1:19 pm

Can we share / upload layouts easily or are the files too big?
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Postby jdtech on Fri Jul 25, 2003 1:54 pm

Well that layout was 500kb and the biggest pre-made one is 630kb. I have another layout at 710kb but both have crashed: When I select load and then yes it crashes to desktop :fist:
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Postby jdtech on Sat Jul 26, 2003 9:18 am

WARNING: Make Sure When You Save Your Layout There Are No Trains On It! Otherwise When You Load It Again It Will Crash!

At least I think so :-?
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Postby duncharris on Sat Jul 26, 2003 4:08 pm

post pics as *.jpg or the more modern *.png format (though I don't think Atomic album supports that) - the compression is greater than on *.gif files.
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Postby NeutronIC on Sun Jul 27, 2003 12:26 am

Please feel free to upload your HVR 2 creations to the site, I will go add a 'simulator' category for it now :)

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Re: HVR2 Layouts post here

Postby fredcrouch on Wed Dec 17, 2008 10:01 pm

I have uploaded some layouts for HVR2. They are:

File ID: 20285 Name:Hornby HVR2 old Tri-ang Layout 1
File ID: 20288 Name:Hornby HVR2 old Tri-ang Layout 523
File ID: 20286 Name:Hornby HVR2 Temple Meads Layout
File ID: 20283 Name:Hornby HVR2 Traditional Oval Layout
File ID: 20287 Name:NetworkSouthEast1
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Re: HVR2 Layouts post here

Postby Easilyconfused on Wed Dec 17, 2008 10:11 pm

 Click to view more informationHornby HVR2 old Tri-ang Layout [19158 bytes] - HVR2layout1.zip
File ID: 20285 Date: 18 Dec 2008 - 90 Downloads

 Click to view more informationHornby HVR2 old Tri-ang Layout [14609 bytes] - Tri-ang Layout 523.zip
File ID: 20288 Date: 18 Dec 2008 - 86 Downloads

 Click to view more informationHornby HVR2 Temple Meads Layout [23331 bytes] - TempleMeads1.zip
File ID: 20286 Date: 18 Dec 2008 - 104 Downloads

Invalid File ID [20283]

 Click to view more informationHornby HVR2 - NetworkSouthEast1 [23523 bytes] - NetworkSouthEast1.zip
File ID: 20287 Date: 18 Dec 2008 - 95 Downloads
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Re: HVR2 Layouts post here

Postby colsweb on Tue Apr 28, 2009 2:13 pm

Hi all I'm new here and have a webpage of various raw bin down loads http://www.col-stevo.co.uk/virtual_railways.htm

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Enjoy.
I dont have a method of zipping files up.

Enjoying reading other posts on HVR2 and enjoy doing layouts especially convoluted loop types with many rakes per single rail plus marshalling yards.
One convo loop on the wsite is presently being worked on to improve it.

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