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Norton is known to be aggressive.

Your web site not blocked on FIrefox on Mac Brian.

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Brian wrote: Sat Mar 28, 2020 2:34 pm Do whatever you want, but there is no virus or anything else on that particular site. Its because it doesn't have an SSL certificate.
Perhaps my own site in barred too as currently it hasn't an SSL ticket either!
I just tried your site and it works fine so can't be the SSL as you say. No matter. It is not unusual for different virus programs to pick up thing that others don't. One of my other hobbies is testing programs on C net.
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I have received this e-mail as a participant in the survey. Not a great deal of information. It does seem an odd way to launch a product. R-

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Dear Roger,

It is time for some details about the requirements for Railmagic. First of all, thank you for taking the survey! A lot of people asked the same two questions in the comment field:

1) Is my system supported?
2) Must turnouts be digitally-controlled?

We will, therefore, address these questions in the following.

Your system will be supported in both stand-alone and computer-controlled configuration mode, if it has an input for an additional throttle either by LocoNet, XpressNet or NCE-bus. In addition, all systems with Ethernet (e.g. Märklin CSx) will be supported. If your system is connected to a computer by USB, it will properly work in computer-controlled configuration mode only.

We believe this covers most systems, if you think we are wrong, please answer this e-mail with your thoughts.

When it comes to control of turnouts, the best thing is real digital control. Railmagic needs an indication of the turnout positions. The challenge with non-digital controlled turnouts is that many different types exist; coils, motors, servos, etc. They are all controlled differently by buttons, switches and home-made solutions. It’s a minor issue and if the demand arises, a solution will be made to provide the indication of turnout positions to the Railmagic system from non-digital controlled turnouts.

If you asked us other questions in the survey, we will get back to you with an individual e-mail later.

Yours sincerely,

Ulrik on behalf of Railmagic

Please note that all information presented is subject to change.
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That’s a bit of a ‘suck it and see’ answer Rog
You tell us what you want and we will try to make it work for you.
A bit of a fluid concept.
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He released another YouTube video the other week. Have to say I'm still none the wiser :roll:

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