I wanted to start planning my model rail based off of the following plan from Fleischmann:
but unfortunately, I figured that RailModeller is useless for me as I cannot do so, as the following shows:
Neither does the end of the rails fit (left red indicator) nor is the distance between the tracks correct (as I cannot connect the two tracks as indicated by the right red circle in the picture).
Is there any plans that you update RailModeller so it works with the plans? It's all nice with CAD and such stuff, but when I go and spend several hours and cannot develop my plan according to what Fleischmann says, then the software is useless.
Since Fleischmann explicitly states, that they have a geometrically well designed system (which I trust them), then obviously the software should be able to deal with it.
It would be nice to hear about any updates on this, as the minimum thing I expect of such a software is, that it can replicate the original plans that come with the tracks.
I found a workaround that possibly helps me (just for the plan - when building the real thing I would consider doing it like Fleischmann suggested originally):
BUT: I don't know which side effects this means, especially on whether the sizes match. But it enables me to get the plan at least somewhat replicated though it's not satisfying at all to have to do it like this
Is there any other issues know with Fleischmann tracks in the program or is this the only ones that I can suppose to face? If there's more known bugs RailModeller Pro is then definitively not usable for me.