How to Add Smoke to Trainz

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Last Updated on September 16, 2022

Trainz is a great game that allows you to tweak many aspects of the game to your liking. User-created content has been a huge part of the Trainz success story and developers Auran plan to continue to support this process. In addition to the ability to make your own scripting rules, you can also create your own industries. Once you have purchased the game, you will also have access to the surveyor tool which is both powerful and easy to use. This is useful in building custom maps of a region within the game.

Scripting rules

There are numerous rules to follow when scripting in Trainz, but there are several that are universally accepted. For example, you must never use upper case letters in any text, as this can cause problems when you’re trying to save a file or load the game. Moreover, you must always make sure that the file name has the right case. Trainz uses different case for different objects and methods than Windows Explorer. If you want to avoid problems in Windows Explorer, make sure to follow these rules. Likewise, you should follow the same rules when creating a file or script. The scripting language has its own rules as well, as objects and methods must follow the same case as the documentation. Unless they are explicitly described, labels will be different depending on the context in which they are used.

To create smoke in Trainz, you should first make sure that the software version is up to date. You can check this by reading the Wikibook. The build level of the game is out of sync with the capabilities of the software, so it is not safe to use older builds. The TBV value in TS12 and higher is out of sync with the newer versions, so you should change your script to take advantage of these changes.

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