DLL问题 - 当您运行Euroscope时遇到此错误提示：…\mfc100.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error ...
使用文件选择对话框时主程序挂了 - 如果在Euroscope使用过程中一打开文件选择对话框，主程序就挂掉并提示：
Faulting application name: EuroScope.exe, version: 18.104.22.168, time stamp: 0x536a7f0f Faulting module name: SHELL32.dll, version: 6.3.9600.17055, time stamp: 0x532924d8 Exception code: 0xc0000005*
FSD服务器授权 - 授权文件没有被打包到安装程序里
"C:\Program Files (x86)\EuroScope\EuroScope.exe" "\CUBE\stephan\Documents\Vatsim\EuroScope\Profiles\EDGG-Laptop.prf"
You can use a batch file (.bat), if you created shortcuts for your sessions. For example:
timeout /T 15
timeout /T 15
In case the path or filename includes whitespaces, you need to use quotation marks:
start "" "C:\Program Files (x86)\EuroScope\EDDF-Alien.lnk"
timeout /T 15
start "" "C:\Program Files (x86)\EuroScope\EDDF2-Alien.lnk"
timeout /T 15
start "" "C:\Program Files (x86)\EuroScope\EDDF3-Alien.lnk"
The first pair of quotation marks is necessary, since Windows expects a comment there (just leave them empty).
消息框里提示我“Failed to open sectorfile extension（无法打开扇区扩展文件）”错误，为啥呢？
For the time being making an ESE file is a bit inconvenient. You may find it hard at first sight, but the structure of it is well described in the [[ESE Files Description]] section of the manual. Hopefully there will be some tools to make life easier. The first one is a sector visualization tool (http://fishu.kapsi.fi/draw_ese.php) (made by Sami Ylismaki) which does the following:
It will display all pasted sectorline coordinates on the google map. It is possible to copy and paste a single block and multiple sectorline blocks as long as the pasted sectorline blocks are preceded by “SECTORLINE:” and each coordinate by “COORD:”. Pretty much straight forward copy & pasting from an .ese file. I made this for my own use but figured some others might like to see the sectorlines on a map.
An example of the proper format to be copy pasted into the utility:
It’s possible to paste any number of such blocks and each will be drawn on the map. Beware that the coordinates are not located on the map exactly in the same location as in Euroscope.”
Well, there are more ways to cure this problem:
You forgot to make some minor changes in your SCT file. That is: adding the airport codes and names to the runways. A short description of what to with SCT file is available in the [[Quick Start]] ”How to use existing sector and position files” section of the users guide. But before jumping there via the link, let me share some good news with you. Sami Ylismaki created a tool which helps you in changing these lines http://fishu.kapsi.fi/fixrunways_zjx.php
“Just paste all the values below [runway] into it and it will reformat the runways. Once completed you’ll only have to copy & paste it back into the sector file. It’s a very simple utility completed in couple of minutes and made just for this. In fact writing this post will take longer. Should anyone else need help with similar reformatting the utility can be easily changed to accept different input formats, as long as the airport is mentioned somewhere in conjuction with the runway data. This is how it works:
; EVB - NEW SMYRNA BEACH MUNI(AIRPORT)
02 20 000 000 N029.02.56.281 W080.56.59.021 N029.03.34.229 W080.56.46.140
06 24 000 000 N029.03.17.561 W080.57.28.789 N029.03.41.101 W080.56.39.232
11 29 000 000 N029.03.21.262 W080.57.13.460 N029.03.09.029 W080.56.26.830
02 20 000 000 N029.02.56.281 W080.56.59.021 N029.03.34.229 W080.56.46.140 EVB - NEW SMYRNA BEACH MUNI
06 24 000 000 N029.03.17.561 W080.57.28.789 N029.03.41.101 W080.56.39.232 EVB - NEW SMYRNA BEACH MUNI
11 29 000 000 N029.03.21.262 W080.57.13.460 N029.03.09.029 W080.56.26.830 EVB - NEW SMYRNA BEACH MUNI
What it does: Each commented out line will trigger it to memorize the line and it will be copied to the end of each runway input until the next commented out line. It will ignore short lines, like empty commented out lines. Once done you can copy all the lines by pressing [CTRL]+[A] and then [CTRL]+[C].”
It might be that some commands are either different or not yet implemented. We have received a few requests from users asking for functions similar to those in VRC. We hope to have them programmed into the next release.
Yes, definitely EuroScope will be developed further by its author, Gergely Csernák.
How can I group FREETEXT items? I see it is grouped in Default group now. I would prefer to toggle them in several groups.
Default group appears when a line of FREETEXT is not named (in the ESE file) or the there is a typo.
Here is an example of the proper format:
Best way is to use the support forum, where not only the author, but member of the support team and many users might lend a helping hand. Feel free to participate in the discussions at http://forums.vatsim.net/viewforum.php?f=71.
The position update for simulated aircraft (fully offline or outside visual range) is executed in every 60 seconds. The planes are grouped and updated by this groups to avoid 1000 position update in a single second. The VATSIM statistics data is downloaded in every 10 minutes. If it is older than 20 minutes then it is not used.