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 Post subject: Traxx2 Released
PostPosted: Fri Nov 08, 2019 6:44 pm 

Joined: Sun Apr 17, 2005 8:10 am
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Got a special treat for yall, Traxx2 has been released. Check it out at: ... 1445487841

Please read the included Readme.txt




And here is a preview of the wip BinEdit3



 Post subject: Re: Traxx2 Released
PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 1:56 am 
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Location: Lost in Translation
Hey that looks interesting.

The biggest thing I have so far is that I would love to be able to use my mouse. Noticed a bunch of other bugs too but the mouse one is the most essential for me.

I am working non stop next week so I won't have time to give a detailed report.

 Post subject: Re: Traxx2 Released
PostPosted: Mon Aug 03, 2020 7:53 pm 

Joined: Wed Jul 15, 2020 9:42 pm
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I tried to take a look at this
problem was i could not get it to let go of my mouse
could not click the menus or anything

The github for it shows last update in May
But only source code, no releases section.

guess will try my hand at traxx 1.5
it just runs in such a tiny little window, which is tinier still on a laptop with a 14" screen

 Post subject: Re: Traxx2 Released
PostPosted: Mon Aug 03, 2020 8:55 pm 
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Pardon my tardiness, just now seeing this topic.

I have no input to speak of on any updates but it's nice to see there's still an interest in improvements. Thanks Jpez :)

My main reason for even posting right now is my seeing the interfaces again.... they just brought back a flood of memories. Oh the many hours I spent with Traxx and BinEdit, both on and with, they now seem like old friends that I haven't seen in years. Times change and I had to move on, unwillingly. Thanks to all who continue to support the game in any way, you're awesome.

Oliver Pieper created BinEdit and GuitarBill created Traxx from scratch 20+ years ago when my brain was still mush trying to get a good lap time on Crazy98 with a pos pc. But dern did these guys escalate the game beyond what TRI and Microsoft envisioned. There was Tracked2 but it lacked the intuitiveness that OP's and GB's work provided. We all benefited and in my humble opinion they were a gigantic boost to the games longevity.

Keep up the great work Jpez, when you return.

now if i could just find my old pig sig

[dern] ? seriously Phin! lol

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