SCARM v. 1.1.0 Released

The new SCARM version 1.1.0 is ready! Download it form www.scarm.info.

The important added and/or improved features and updates are listed below.

Added and improved features:
- The layers visibility can now be applied in the 3D viewing mode
- The licensing management is now compatible with Wine
- The downloading of the rolling stock for MTS PE is improved and facilitated

New track libraries:
- Hubner I  

New object libraries:
- Traffic signs EU
- Traffic signs US

Updated track libraries:
- Hornby O 2-rail
- AmericanFlyer S
- Faller H0 AMS

Updated translations:
German
Danish
Dutch
Japanese
Greek

Bugfixes:
- Fixed possible error message when saving files directly downloaded from Internet
- Fixed possible “Gauge mismatch” message when placing rolling stock on T-scale tracks in MTS
- The rolling stock is now printed when Print command is used in MTS
- Various small bugfixes and improvements

Tip
If “Check for Updates” feature in older releases reports that there is no newer version of SCARM, download the installer directly from the website. The old release info file may be cached on your PC and it may need some time to expire. If the website also shows older version, press F5 key to refresh it.

This version adds option for applying of the layers visibility also in 3D viewing mode, updates the License Manager in order to work also in Wine, improves the workflow of downloading and installing of the rolling stock libraries in MTS Power Edition and adds several new libraries, including traffic signs used in Europe and USA.

Layers visibility in 3D Viewer

By default, all layers are always visible in the 3D Viewer, regardless of the visibility settings in the Layers window. Starting from this version, if you want to apply the layers visibility also in 3D viewing mode, you can go to “Tools” > “Settings” > “3D view” > “Layers” and toggle “Apply visibility in 3D” option. Note that the terrain mesh in 3D viewing mode stays in its own layer and can be toggled between On, Wireframe and Off from the buttons in the toolbar of the 3D Viewer.

New Traffic signs libraries

If you have roadways in your SCARM track plan, you can now add also traffic signs from the two new object libraries – RoadSigns-EU and RoadSigns-US. To select one of these libraries, open tracks selection menu, navigate to the Objects sub-menu and select either EU or US traffic signs library. Now you should see the chosen traffic signs in the selection panel on the left. To place a road sign, just drag and drop it next to the road.


If needed, rotate the traffic sign to align to the road section (if the roadway is on angle) by use of “Edit” > “Rotate” menu command. You can also attach several traffic signs one above another on a single post. To do that, place the first sign and ensure that it is the only selected object on the plan. Now click over the next traffic sign in the selection panel, that you want to be placed over the first one. In that way, you can add as many signs on a post as you wish, but note that in the reality, there are no more than 4-5 signs on a single post as the drivers need time to see and perceive all them while passing around.


Note that the road signs, placed on a single post are packed as one object. If you want to edit the pack, you need to delete it first and start over again.

License Manager compatibility for Linux/Wine

Starting from this version, the SCARM License Manager is upgraded and is now working in Wine, which means that the licenses can be activated and installed also in Linux and Mac OS X under Wine. To do that, perform the activation of your license from SCARM by use of “Help” > “License Activation and Installation” menu command. Login in your SCARM account when prompted, click over the license file in order to activate it and then save it on your HDD. Go back in SCARM and use “File” > “Open” menu command to open the license file. After installing of the license key, restart SCARM to reflect the change. Please note that while the License Manager is now compatible with Wine, SCARM is still not fully operational there and is not supported in Linux or Mac OS X environments, so purchasing a license for these operating systems is on your own risk.

Get SCARM from
Official SCARM Download Location

Buy SCARM license key from
SCARM Webshop
(if you already have SCARM License Key, this update is free for you)

See also
Resolving SCARM Installation Issues


6 thoughts on “SCARM v. 1.1.0 Released

  1. SCARM MTS Error – DR G10 is not correct

    Could not open File.
    Win32Err code:3 – Das System kann den angegebenen Pfad nicht Finden.
    SCARM SU code: 11000

    Rgds
    Harald Zieger

  2. Yes, one of the textures is not loaded correctly. I already fixed that in DR G car file so please, download and re-install it in order to fix the problem in MTS 3D viewing mode. Sorry for the inconvenience.

  3. Mixy, I bought a licensed copy of your software, yesterday. Thank you for creating something which I hope I will be able to use to build my first layout. For the last five years, I have been collecting and reading books, magazines, and online documentation on all the various aspects of model train design and operation. I believe I have now decided what I want to create, and am at the point of moving my design (and layers of notes) from paper to a Computer Aided Railway Modeling Software application. I look forward to the many happy hours ahead, using your software, to make my plans begin to take on their physical transformation. Your ‘New’ Uncle,
    Carlito

  4. Even if you try to install KATO flexible truck diagonally, will not you solve the problem of not snapping at this distance?
    Attach a reference image to the URL.
    Below original
    https://yahoo.jp/box/KTmkKZ
    KATOのフレキシブルトラックの設置時に斜めに設置しようとしても、この距離だとスナップしない問題をは、解決できないでしょうか?
    URLに参考画像を添付します。

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