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Re-associate turnout to an alignment

When you create a new alignment, break a alignment and lose the turnouts or import a geometry it would be good to be able to re-associate or change the alignment to which a turnout are associated/connected to.For instance when I´m working with a c...
over 1 year ago in OpenRail Designer / Turnouts/Crossings 0 Planned

Add Profile Feature Symbology for Turnouts

Users need the ability to specify different element templates for profile symbology of turnouts. Some rail clients in North America are using custom line styles for their turnouts. These custom line styles need to be different in the profile view,...
about 2 months ago in OpenRail Designer / Turnouts/Crossings 0 Future consideration

Have both turnouts as ''free'' when calculating a crossover

When calculating a crossover geometry (2 turnouts+geometry in between) it could be beneficial if both turnouts (beginning and end) could be set as free. This would be beneficial in cases when two tracks are not totall parallel and the only option ...
over 1 year ago in OpenRail Designer / Turnouts/Crossings 0 Future consideration

Need to annotate partial alignment lengths along turnout from point of switch to start/end

Users need a way to annotate the same way SS2 would annotate with the Switch Height Plan command. Partial lengths along the alignment need to be annotated, but there is not a way to do this in OpenRail. The workaround is to create a dummy alignmen...
4 months ago in Annotation / OpenRail Designer / Turnouts/Crossings 0 Needs review

Profile Symbology Setting

Currently OpenRail does not have the ability to assign profile symboligies for Turnouts with the Turnout Feature Definition.
over 1 year ago in Geometry / OpenRail Designer / Turnouts/Crossings 0 Future consideration

Include NR60 Mk2 turnout definition in OpenRail

NR60 Mk2 turnouts to be included by default in the standard OpenRail definitions.
over 1 year ago in Turnouts/Crossings 1 Future consideration

Equilateral turnouts as a separate element with its own geometry for both main and deviating track

Currently, in order to create en equilateral turnout, one needs to recreate one of the branches (with exact geometry) and then add the branch part. This process has a lot of inconsistencies and sometimes results in unexpected geometries ( transiti...
about 1 year ago in OpenRail Designer / Turnouts/Crossings 0 Future consideration