How do you use the scenario editor in Train Simulator?
Driving the Train
- Place a scenario marker, double-click the marker and edit the properties.
- Place a locomotive on the track.
- Add a driver to the locomotive and assign properties to the driver.
- Set the destination on the driver icon where the scenario will end.
- Press play to enter drive mode.
How do you change trains in Train Simulator?
Shift-click to select the entire train, and then shift-drag it into place. Remember to hold shift as you drag the train around, otherwise you’ll just move a single car instead of the whole train. Click on the orange “Play” icon in the bottom right of the screen, and you’ll be asked to save changes to the scenario.
How do you create a route in Train Simulator?
The fastest way to create a Fictional route in Train Simulator is to select from one of the already supplied Route Templates and then press the “Create” button where you will be prompted to enter a name for the new route.
How do I open blueprint editor?
To open the Level Blueprint Editor, click on the Blueprints button, which is at the top of the main screen of the Unreal Editor. Then, select the Open Level Blueprint option, as shown in the following screenshot: The Editor will open with Level Blueprint of the current Level.
What is Blueprint editing?
The Blueprint Editor is a sequence manager page that outlines the blueprint in the form of a table of contents, including units, modules, and pages. While editing a blueprint, you have the ability to add, rearrange, or delete elements; add learning objectives; and designate Introduction and Conclusion modules.
How do you change trains in free roam?
After uncoupling your loco you move it to one side and couple a different loco on the front then carry on. Or you drive a full train to a location when a second train waits – you stop the first train, click on the cab of the other train and you are ready to go.
What is the best tsw2 route?
What is the best route (TSW 2 only)
- Sand Patch Grade.
- Bakerloo Line.
- Isle of Wight.
- Southeastern High Speed.
Where is the sand patch grade?
Sand Patch Grade is an approximately 100-mile-long (160 km) section of railroad track known for its steep grades and curves through the Allegheny Mountains of Pennsylvania and Maryland.
How do you open level Blueprints?
To open a Level Blueprint for editing, click the Blueprints button in the Level Editor Toolbar and select Open Level Blueprint.