The ones rated quite well on average in the Mac App Store RailModeller Pro App recently got an update to version 6.1. This adds further useful features to the catalog of functions. So if you are planning a model railway, convert your current plate or want to control it via the Mac, you should take a look at the offer. RailModeller Pro 6.1 currently costs € 43,99 and requires OS X 10.11 El Capitan or a newer macOS version and a 64-bit processor.
In addition to improvements that affect the display of the app on smaller Mac screens, the new version also contains major function updates. The biggest changes in RailModeller Pro 6.1 are the following:
New track filter in the catalog - Filter the search for certain tracks such as straight lines or switches in order to quickly find the right part even for very extensive projects
More setting options in the 3D view - In the 3D view, the display can now be adjusted more extensively, for example to adjust material and color settings or to hide tunnel sections; the current 3D view can also be exported as an image
Improvement of the track plan community - The track plan community, which already contains several hundred plans from users of the app, now offers the display of the floor area for each plan, a "popular" category, and much more
JMRI export of created track plans - If you have your model railway with the PanelPro software of the JMRI project (Website ) controls, can now also use the plans created in RailModeller Pro for this; By the way, JMRI stands for Java Model Railroad Interface
Other minor adjustments are intended to improve certain functions of the app. For example, there is a new "Visible Levels" filter, any placement of tracks between -10m and + 10m, improved functionality for base plates and so on. If you have already bought a version of RailModeller Pro, the update to the new version 6.1 is free of charge.
RailModeller Pro Download - plan model trains on your Mac
You can find the RailModeller Pro download with this link as well as in the Mac App Store on your Apple computer. The one-time price is € 43,99 and there are currently 44 ratings with an average of 4,4 stars (as of June 19, 2019). Leave your opinion on model trains and the app with a comment under this post;)
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