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Maintenance Update RailModeller Pro 5.3.1 improves baseboard functionality

2017-01-17 07:30

Our maintenance update RailModeller Pro 5.3.1 is now available for download on the Mac App Store.

This update improves the new baseboard feature and extends baseboard borders with a new option to use concave (inward) arc borders. Additional changes include updated track libraries and as well as bug fixes.

RailModeller Pro 5.3.1 requires macOS (OS X) 10.9 or newer and is available exclusively on the Mac App Store.
Installed apps will be updated automatically by the built-in Software Update feature of macOS.


RailModeller Pro 5.3: Introducing Baseboards

2016-12-31 08:30

The final major update of RailModeller Pro in 2016 is now available on the Mac App Store and introduces native support for baseboards.

Baseboards indicate the general shape of the layout to be built - without getting in the way with your planning or even covering the grid. The new baseboard assistant provides a quick way for getting started with commonly used layout shapes like L shapes, U shapes or rectangles:
Select a general shape, customize the dimensions to the desired values and start planning with just a few clicks.

We do of course support completely custom baseboard shapes as well if you have more specific requirements.
To get started simply use the new File > Add Baseboard command.

Additional improvements in this update include bug fixes and updates to the libraries in our bundled catalog of track libraries.

RailModeller Pro 5.3 requires macOS (OS X) 10.9 or newer and is available exclusively on the Mac App Store.
Installed apps will be updated automatically by the built-in Software Update feature of macOS.


Maintenance Update RailModeller Pro 5.2.5 Released

2016-12-13 05:00

Our model railroad trackplanning app RailModeller Pro and our free app RailModeller Express have been updated to version 5.2.5 to improve compatibility with the latest macOS Sierra 10.12.2 update.

RailModeller Pro 5.2.5 is available exclusively on the Mac App Store.

Installed apps are updated automatically by the built-in Software Update feature of macOS.