A few words about using of the blog if you want to master SCARM in all possible details
The SCARM Blog is divided in several categories in order to help you what to read. They are as follows:
General – general information, news and events, related to SCARM
Basic Stuff – SCARM basics and main features in details
Advanced Techniques – for those who wants to become SCARM experts
Tips & Tricks – getting most productivity in your work with SCARM
Tutorials & Examples – how-to’s and demos of how to use various SCARM functions
Railroad Layouts & Design Ideas – railway track plans, whole SCARM layouts and more for your inspiration
Problems & Solutions – troubleshooting in SCARM and workarounds of potential issues
Outdated Topics – archive with obsolete articles which are not relevant to the current versions of SCARM
The articles in the blog are always written for the latest version of SCARM. If something in the future versions is changed and affects the explanations in older article, it will be updated and re-posted with the corresponding changes or will be moved to the outdated topics if the post is no longer actual.
|You can see the most important changes, additions and updates in the program by reading the Version history on SCARM website www.scarm.info.|
The following can be also helpful in your work with the program:
Read the documentation and the FAQ section – SCARM is designed to be easy and intuitive, but some features may require additional learning because they have no analog or are realized in different way compared to other similar programs. Take a look at the documentation’s FAQ section, especially if you want to perform some of the Advanced Techniques or Tips & Tricks.
Pay attention to the Status bar – some features are described with a short text in the Status bar of SCARM. Always look for these hints when you are using new or unknown function in the program.
Ask for help – if you do not understand something in the program, in the documentation or here in the blog, post a comment with your question and I will answer as quick as possible.
Make proposals – if you wish a new feature or if you think that something in SCARM can be realized and/or explained better than existing, post a comment with your opinion and I will consider it for the future versions.
|Comments which are not related to SCARM, to content of the given article, to content of a previous comments or to model trains and layouts in general will be treated as spam and will be deleted without appearing in the blog.|
And remember, that if you want to get the maximum of SCARM, the most important is the practice with it. Try to create every plan or idea that you have in mind with SCARM and if you meet some difficulties, come back to the blog or documentation again