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#21 Huecuvoe

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Posted 08 January 2007 - 10:43 PM

QUOTE(oldrailfan @ Jan 8 2007, 7:09 PM) View Post

Maybe it's not necessary, but I've always used the octograph ( ohmy.gif Big Word!) on each line I wanted to "silence."
Usually what I do, if i want to turn off a light but retain the instruction for later use, is to put "comment(" in front of or on the line above the area I wanted to disable, and then close the parentheses on the line below (NOT the same line) the last line I want to cancel. I find that almost as reliable as deleting. This also works to disable dynamic brakes or a passenger view.

To quote an authority - me too. cool.gif

I have experimented with the "#" character as a comment delimiter. Except for using it completely within brackets - i.e.

keyword ( values #comment )

I can't seem to get it to work reliably. I would be interested if someone "knows" how it is supposed to work in MSTS. It is certainly doesn't function as in UNIX.