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Philip Harris

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  1. Glad to see the fix in 3.2.1.23, however further to the active runways, can ES also take notice of the order of the runways in the ESE file please?

     

    For example, KATL

     

    SID:KATL:09L:VRSTY2:GRITZ MYZMN TROFY VRSTY MCN

    SID:KATL:27R:VRSTY2:SLAWW RIGGZ RIVTT VRSTY MCN

    SID:KATL:26R:VRSTY2:SNUFY SLAWW RIGGZ RIVTT VRSTY MCN

    SID:KATL:26L:VRSTY2:SNUFY SLAWW RIGGZ RIVTT VRSTY MCN

    SID:KATL:27L:VRSTY2:SLAWW RIGGZ RIVTT VRSTY MCN

    SID:KATL:28:VRSTY2:WLSON ZALLE VRSTY MCN

    SID:KATL:08L:VRSTY2:SKNNR GRITZ MYZMN TROFY VRSTY MCN

    SID:KATL:08R:VRSTY2:SKNNR GRITZ MYZMN TROFY VRSTY MCN

    SID:KATL:09R:VRSTY2:GRITZ MYZMN TROFY VRSTY MCN

    SID:KATL:10:VRSTY2:GRITZ MYZMN TROFY VRSTY MCN

     

    In west ops normally this SID will depart from 27R, but ES is selecting 26L as I guess its sorting the SID's alphabetically.

  2. Hey Harry, I'm having exactly the same issue with SID's at KATL. No matter the runway, the SID name is the same in the US.

     

    ES does not select the correct SID based on the selected active runways in the "Active airport/runway selector dialog". The selected active runways seem to make no difference in my tests.

  3. Hi,

     

    I'm trying to convert a sector file for a US ARTCC who use VRC so I can use it in Euroscope. I followed the short instructions on the ES wiki and everything looks good, except, the aircraft and the airports are not aligned. I.e. an aircraft on the ground is not at the airport, even though I know it is if I look in VRC.

     

    It's as though everything is shifted about 10 miles NW of where it's meant to be. I can't find any details or explanations anywhere I search as to what might be wrong.

     

    Any ideas?

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