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usage:tools:start [2019/12/13 05:36]
blockhead Note on privileges
usage:tools:start [2020/01/22 12:19] (current)
orwell [Trackworker]
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   * Left-click to change the rail type between straight, curved, switch (left) and switch (right).   * Left-click to change the rail type between straight, curved, switch (left) and switch (right).
   * Right-click to rotate in 30 degree increments.   * Right-click to rotate in 30 degree increments.
 +  * Holding the "​Use"​ key while right-clicking rotates by 180°
   * You cannot make most rail types into curves or switches except the basic straight rails. For exampe, the [[usage:​nodes:​atc_rail|ATC Rails]] can only be straight.   * You cannot make most rail types into curves or switches except the basic straight rails. For exampe, the [[usage:​nodes:​atc_rail|ATC Rails]] can only be straight.
  
 While the trackworker is useful for rotating rails after they have been placed, don't forget that when laying tracks by hand you can still make curves by placing the rails at an angle. See the [[usage:​howto#​getting_started|tutorial]]. While the trackworker is useful for rotating rails after they have been placed, don't forget that when laying tracks by hand you can still make curves by placing the rails at an angle. See the [[usage:​howto#​getting_started|tutorial]].
  
 +The trackworker tool is also used to rotate other nodes that use the 30° increments, such as most of the signals.
 ===== Passive Component Naming Tool ===== ===== Passive Component Naming Tool =====
 [[usage:​tools:​pcnamer|{{:​usage:​tools:​pcnamingtool128.png?​nolink&​64|}}]] [[usage:​tools:​pcnamer|{{:​usage:​tools:​pcnamingtool128.png?​nolink&​64|}}]]
usage/tools/start.txt · Last modified: 2020/01/22 12:19 by orwell