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  1. loulasalle

    Kato Playtrack

    Has anyone, who is not primarily a Japanese speaking indivual, used Kato's "Play Track" track planing software. I want to build a 14' x 5' multi-level, multi-track railroad with a tokyo theme. I have been using Rail Modeler, and find it just OK, it's missing certain track, and is somewhat cumbersome to use. The PlayTrack looks to be better designed and to be more flexible. I speak a bit of Japanese, not much, a holdover from having spent three years there while in the US Navy, some 50 years ago. I dont read Japanese at all. Forum feedback would be well appreciated on this matter. Regards, Lou La Salle Bedminster, PA, USA
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