How to Access OMSI 2 Editor

A very crucial function in OMSI 2 is so near-impossible to get to without the know how (or previously having OMSI 1 and just knowing how to get to it).

Step one: Open up steam, and right click OMSI 2 in the library to bring up the menu.

Step two: select “properties” and when the secondary window comes up, select the “Local Files” tab. You can kinda guess the next step

Yeah, select browse local files, find “OMSI.exe” in the folder that comes up and create a shortcut of it.

Right-click the label and then under targer, add [space]-editor at the end

You can rename the actual shortcut file and put it wherever after you’re done this step, and it will forever work (although there’s one more step). When you click on the shortcut, you have to go back into steam sometimes because a warning message comes up to confirm you are the one who tried to launch OMSI in this manner. Just click okay and then OMSI 2 Editor will load. You’re done.

KK Bye bye.

About the author: DashTransit

I have been with Virtual Transportation Cente since it's conception as the "Dash Forums" back in 2008. Since then, I have been writing and doing YouTube side by side, focusing both on Transportation and Gaming. Most of my knowledge comes from SEPTA as I lived in Philadelphia for most of my life. As of 2021, I am on YouTube as DashTransit, Dash5155, and TheDashOfficial.

As for the name DashTransit itself, it actually stems from my YouTube channel.

DashTransit was originally called "njt5329" and the channel was just clips of buses. Mostly SEPTA and NJT. A Fujifilm Finepix was used in this era.

Starting in July 2011, the Canon SX130IS camera became the camera of the channel, bringing HD documentary-style videos much like my buddy (trainman1971) did for DVD for many years past. This is when the channel became known as "Transit Action Series"

In May 2012, the original Canon SX130IS retired, and then all videos were recorded off a mobile phone until eventually uploaded proved too difficult due to hardships IRL

Starting in 2017, I used a Canon SX200IS from Bastranz to reboot the channel that otherwise was dead for a whole year prior.

Between April 19th, 2019, and January 21st, 2021, all videos were recorded by a Canon SX710 HS camera. The channel was renamed DashTransit 4/19/19.

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