​TS2017 Raildriver and Joystick Interface

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    TS2017 Raildriver and Joystick Interface V3.2.0 released

    (Advanced Mode Only)

    1. Added another warning to the overlay that will display a message advising you that you are approaching a reduced speed limit if your current speed is 2 mph or 3.2 kph above the reduced limit and you are within 1km or 0.6 miles of the limit. An audible warning will sound too but will only sound for 2 seconds. The message will stay displayed until you reduce your speed to less than 2 mph or 3.2 kph above the new speed limit. This warning can be turned on or off in ‘Settings\Overlay\Main\Warnings\Approaching Speed Limit’. This has been added to help where some routes have speed restrictions without warning signs.

    To enable this warning to be sent to the serial port I have added the line ‘Warning=SpeedLimit=SpeedLimit’ to the ControlNames.txt file. If you are updating from an earlier version then you will need to add this line to the end of your ControlNames.txt file located in your Settings folder.

    The data sent will be SpeedLimit:SpeedLimit:60 the 60 being whatever the next speed limit is.

    data[0] = “SpeedLimit”,

    data[1] = "SpeedLimit",

    data[2] = 60

    (Both Modes)

    1. When editing a button map I have added another menu option to the menu that appears when you right click on a row. It’s called “Copy Command” and will allow you to make a copy of the selected command. This is to allow users who want to use two buttons to turn something on and off such as the wipers with ‘V’ and Ctrl+V’.

    You create the first command and assign it the ‘V’ key, then make a copy of it and just change the keys to Ctrl+V. This applies to any commands such as increasing/decreasing headlight or wiper speed etc.

    As usual, all existing users simply extract the files in the download to you current folder overwriting all existing files.


    Software to allow use of one or more Raildrivers and or joysticks. Will also allow the use of home built interfaces.