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Certainly looks awsome! Is the route for BVE4, I hope it is...! :D
 

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Rich said:
Certainly looks awsome! Is the route for BVE4, I hope it is...! :D

Think it is still written in .rw so would be BVE2, thus being the reason i never seem to drive it :(
 

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dvn1357 said:
Think it is still written in .rw so would be BVE2, thus being the reason i never seem to drive it :(
Convert it to CSV via BRR then. This may be of help.
 

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Can we not persuade the author to use a special tool to do it. I have the JVS easyTool RW to CSV converter, and would be happy to send it the author, so he could publish his route for BVE2 and BVE4...;)
 

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He may update with all the new features though - you'll have to wait and see ;)
 

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Coxster said:
He may update with all the new features though - you'll have to wait and see ;)

I hope so, it looks like an ace route, and for it not to be BVE4 compatible (without the use of BRR) would be a shame!
 
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The JVS .rw to .csv convertor never worked well for me. The BRR conversion works brilliantly IMO.
 

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Do a pass of find/replace afterwards tho to kill extra zeros.
 
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