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  1. Try following the instructions on the wiki again after ensuring that the Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 x86 Redistrubutable is installed - this can be found here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30679
  2. Take a look at the "rimcas_label_only" option as described here: https://github.com/pierr3/vSMR/wiki/Editing-the-Plugin-Settings-(.json-file)
  3. After you have connected click on 'Advanced' then 'Pla'. Are there any aircraft displayed under the 'MP Plane' tab in the window that opens? Edit: Also after you have connected does EuroScope say anything about having a proxy client connected in the connection window (e.g. instead of "Proxy server is running")?
  4. If you go to the window that is in the first screenshot that you supplied what does it now say at the bottom of the window after you try to connect? In the image you supplied it said "User prob: CallSign is invalid" - has this changed?
  5. Are you entering a callsign into FSINN (there should be a box to input this at the bottom of the main FSINN Control Panel/Window)? It doesn't matter what this callsign is - e.g. it can be TOWER or 1 e.c.t. - it probably just needs to have something set.
  6. Have you tried completely deleting the callsign and typing it in again?
  7. The plugin is written in C++, which is not a .NET language, therefore a .NET framework should not be required, however the Visual C++ Redistrubutable for the Visual Studio version Pierre uses will be required. I think Pierre uses VS2013 (I could be wrong), so try downloading the Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 Redistrubutable (e.g. here http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40784 ).
  8. Hi Don, Thank you very much for your help! It seems that I meant to use the "Parking_Area_Victor" region instead of the "Area_Victor" region... I have found that there was a very slight area where that region overlapped itself and that was preventing the whole region from showing, while in EuroScope only the area containing the overlap will not show, which is why the issue was not spotted earlier. EDIT: After editing the regions to remove areas of overlap:
  9. Would anyone be willing to try and load the sector file on their VRC just to make sure the issue isn't just an issue specific to my VRC installation? The link to the sector file is here: https://w50.co.uk/vatsim/Images/EGNS%20VRC.sct2
  10. Thanks - I tried commenting out the green gr[Mod - Happy Thoughts] and blue background regions, but the regions still weren't showing. The strange thing is that the same region definitions work fine in EuroScope...
  11. Does anyone have any ideas about this?
  12. Glad you got it sorted! Type ".sline" or ".sline2" into the EuroScope command bar and press enter, then left click the points on the display that you would like the co-ordinates for (a line will also be drawn connecting the points you click) then when you are finished right click and then the points you clicked on will be copied into the clipboard, so paste them where you want them. Using ".sline" will format the points in the format used in the .ese file, while ".sline2" will give them in the normal sector file format. See http://euroscope.hu/mediawiki/index.php?title=Command
  13. The only thing I can think of is setting all fixes to be unfilled triangles then adding regions to fill in the three triangles that you want filled using the .sline/.sline2 commands - although I think that the fixes resize and the regions won't (I could be wrong) - so you may want to draw the regions while you are at the zoom level that you spend the most if your time controlling at, alternatively it may be better to draw the regions around the fixes then turn off the display of the three fixes in the display settings dialog.
  14. Open the file in Notepad, then click "File"->"Save As...", change the file type from "Text Docomeent .txt" to "All Files" in the drop down below the "File Name" box, then enter "PublicVatsimLicence.lic" as the file name before clicking "Save" and it will be saved as a ".lic" file.
  15. This is a known bug - I think it may have been corrected in the latest public beta? EDIT: Yep - bug fix 538: http://www.euroscope.hu/mantis/view.php?id=538 The beta is available here: http://euroscope.hu/installbeta/changes.html
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