|The information in this post is outdated/expired and is not relevant to the current release of SCARM.|
If you want to use custom tracks or cutouts of the standard track pieces for your layout, you can draw them in SCARM using a flex-tracks. You can shape them with the mouse or you may enter the exact dimensions using the Toolbox (first item in Tools menu).
However, if your favorite library does not contain flexible tracks and you intend to cut a real track pieces for your layout, you can switch to another library (with the same track gauge and scale) and use flex-tracks from there.
Here is a list with some libraries, containing flexes in most popular scales and gauges:
|HO||16.5 mm||Atlas-HO-83||500, 502|
|HO||16.5 mm||Roco-HO-Ln||42400, 42401|
|HO||16.5 mm||Tillig-HO-Ellite||85125, 85134, 85136|
|OO||16.5 mm||Peco-OO-100||SL-100, SL-102, SL-102B|
|N||9 mm||Peco-N-80||SL-300, SL-302|
|N||9 mm||Roco-N||22200, 22201|
|O||32 mm||Atlas-O-2||7056 (2-rail)|
|O||32 mm||Atlas-O-3||6054 (3-rail)|
|TT||12 mm||Tillig-TT-Adv||83125, 83134, 83136|
You can make all your needed custom/cutout straight or curved tracks and then save them in separate project file. When needed, you can just copy and paste them between two simultaneously running SCARM instances.
|Special snip-off feature is available in SCARM, starting from version 0.9.30.|
How to work with flex-tracks