Documenting scenarios for RailWorks
Often, scenarios are not very well documented. Sometimes, only the description on UKTS will provide some information about the route, payware and freeware requirements and what’s the scenario about. In other cases a readme.txt file is included. The problem with this solution is that the user will have to rename the readme file and he must store it somewhere.
The good news is that RailWorks offers an excellent opportunity to deliver documentation in the .rwp distribution file.
How can you use this documentation system? Download and see full documentation.
Please remember even those this file is free, the author still has rights to the file. Be sure to read the readme that is enclosed for further copyright information and instructions to install the file.
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