Thanks for pointing that out Ray. Still works like the diagram on page 91 including the straight as shown?
The image below shows how I had to configure each Shinohara scissors crossover, to make use of an ADS2-FX accessory decoder to switch them, while at the same time, switching the electrofrogs correctly.
At this time, I should point out something which I don't know has been covered or not on the Forum. If you have a simple crossover with two electrofrog points, you can't wire them to the same ADSn-FX port and make use of the frog polarity switching facility. This is because, on such a crossover, each point frog is on the opposite running rail to the other.
So, having purchased the Shinohara scissors crossovers, and ADS2-FX decoders, I needed a way to maximise the functionality. This I achieved by wiring the top two points to one port (47) and the bottom two points to the other port (48), rather than diagonally opposite points to the same ports. This works because the frogs of the top two points are on the same running rail, and the frogs of the bottom two points are on the opposite running rail.
In Railmaster, I configured each point to fire the other port, the result being that, for one button press, all 4 points end up either set to "straight on" or to the "diagonal crossover".
Hope this makes sense.