following is a breakdown of each section and its function:
the list currently mounted to the game.
(2): You can locate a specific
pod in any list by clicking the search button. Type the pod name
(not case sensitive) in the pop-up and click "OK". If Podswap
locates the pod, it highlights it as shown here. If it fails to locate the pod file, it gives you a
"Not found" pop-up.
Systems Go" Indicator (3):
A green light means your game hasn't
exceeded the maximum number of pods (99). If you
inadvertently exceed the maximum number of pods, it changes to red.
Missing Files (4):
feature allows you to verify the integrity of your lists. You'll
either get a "No Missing Files" pop-up or an
of exactly which pods are not available. Bear in mind that if
you add tracks individually by typing them in PODSwap, misspelling a
track name will also yield a missing pod indication.
MTM (5): The
Explore MTM 2 button is a direct link to your MTM 2 directory.
It's primary function is to allow the user to add tracks to a list
by dragging & dropping them into the List
Browser as an alternative to typing.
This area displays the selected list based on what's available in
the pull-down. This
section is used to make changes to specific lists by either typing in the name of the pod or dragging & dropping
it into the open area. You can also drag and drop entire
pod.ini files into this area.
Just as the name implies, this section is used for mounting specific tracks/trucks
which will be loaded to the game regardless of what list is
selected. This section is ideal for utilities like Fixmore3a
or merged truck pods.
This List (8)
After selecting a desired list, pressing this button loads the
tracks for that list to the game.
(9) Used to create new lists.
(10) Used to rename lists.
(11) Used to delete lists.