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Version 3 of the Shipper-driven Traffic Simulator (STS) has been available for a while, but I just finished some "How-to" videos that will help with the database set up process and using STS during an operating session.
There are seven videos in all. So far.
These videos can be found by clicking here so if you've just started working with STS, or if you thought about it but haven't given it a try yet, check out the videos. For those of you who are already using STS, the videos might also give you some ideas about things you haven't tried yet. (BTW - I've sent this information to everyone who's eMail address that I have on file.)
Just as a reminder, STS is free and open source software that is basically an enhanced electronic version of the traditional two-sided car card/waybill system. It runs on Windows, Apple OS, and Linux computers and can be found at that same link as the videos. It's a real-time, multi-user system that can provide on-line or printed switchlists and waybills. If you have questions, please contact me via eMail or through MRH's contact system and I'll back to you ASAP.
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