Does anyone know if they are still in business? Really like their software, and need to upgrade. Thanks for any information!
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Thanks! I've been trying to contact them, but so far haven't been able to get a reply. I will continue, and hopefully get a response.
Thanks for your service! I too was in the USAF, only got as far as E4, but look back on the experience with fond memories!!
Good luck getting a response, but I wouldn’t count on it. I’ve emailed them a few times over the years and never got a response. They must still be in business, but customer support has been lacking. After all, how long does it take to respond to an email? I moved to SCARM years ago, but have kept RR-Track updated and now only open it if someone posts a layout using it. Others use AnyRail.
And thank you for your service. Since I stayed 27 years, I’m sure you can guess I enjoyed the Air Force.
Could look into XtrackCAD too, it's free and runs on Windows, macOS, and linux.
I found RR-Track v5 to be crash-prone and I regret upgrading from v4. Suggest you try out trial versions of AnyRail, SCARM, and XtrackCAD. Purchasing a full version of those alternatives is cheaper than RR-Track (especially if you design in multiple scales).
Agree with others, I had bought RR track software V5, and found it to be non intuitive and clunky, and the tutorials and such are lacking. I also had trouble installing it, there was some weirdness with the license key not working that someone else on here helped me fix, they had had the same problem...because basically RR track is unsupported. Not saying it isn't a powerful program, it is, lot of people use it, but it is in the realm of something you pay for and download and you are on your own.
XtrackCAD is completely free; a little more obtuse to use, but completely free to use!