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The track construction always starts at the start section. (Marked with a lightning bolt) Construction always starts in direction of travel. It is not possible to place tracks backwards.
Place a track part by dragging and dropping it from the right track part list into the scene or double-click on the of the track. In addition, the routes can also be created at the touch of a button. (Numpad 0-9)
Drag'n'Drop from the track parts list also allows you to move the selected part between two already positioned parts. the selected part from the track part list over the orange circle between two already arranged track parts andit. The drawn track part inserts itself between the two track parts.
You can connect already placed individual sections with each other. Drag the starting point of any section over the end (orange circle) of another section and drop it.
You can remove the last part of the track from the track section with the selected segment by clicking on Numpad + or by pressing the 'Remove last' button.
Under Extras you can save your route by either copying the route code to the clipboard having it sent to you by e-mail.
Make sure you export your route code before leaving the route planner, otherwise your route will be lost.
Once you have completed your route planning, you can purchase the routes used. To do this, click on the 'Go to shopping cart' button in the 'Shopping cart' field and confirm that you wish to leave the page. This will take you to the shopping cart. Here you can save / send your route code and put the used route parts into the shopping cart of the Harrel-RS online shop.
Dear customers, After a necessary update of the Route Planner, drafts saved before 26. November 2019 may no longer be displayed correctly. This is especially true for 4 - 8-lane tracks and the side stripes. You may need to adjust your course layout and reposition the curbs. We kindly ask for your understanding.