Railmodeller 2.3 for the Mac...

Railmodeller 2.3 track planning/designing software for the Mac computer
has anyone tried it? Would they recommend it? And is the $30 upgrad
form shareware to registered worth it?
Your thoughts much appreciated
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Haven't tried it yet, but by the looks of it, if you want to save and/or print your layouts, you'll need to upgrade to the "registered version".
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Just to clarify:
The RailModeller layout design software is distributed as shareware.
Your can download the demoversion for free at
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has the same functionality as the full version, except printing and saving is disabled.
If you like the program and decide to use it, you can buy it for 30 US $.
Having bought the program once, you become a "registered user" and all future upgrades are free, there are no additional costs.
regards, Jan Barnholt / MacRailSoft
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user myself it's redundant piece of software for me. I came across it when surfing on day (as you do) and thought it might be of interest to members an viewers of
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forum. I'd love to hear some feedbac from anyone who has used it though, anyone out there who has and woul like to comment
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