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  1. That is the goal of UniATIS, to be as customizable as possible so most things could be implemented without creating a generator from the scratch. Amongst the other things this will avert typical problems such as common shortcomings in decoding METAR or in proper formatting of the ATIS message. Therefore there's no need for every generator coder to stumble across the same problems that the others too have came across before. It will take time to smoothen out the quirks of a generator, since not every shortcoming can be detected in a timely manner. For example main development of UniATIS too
  2. Whenever you need help with creating custom messages in UniATIS, please contact me directly by email or MSN/AIM/ICQ. Usually requests have been possible to implement with the functions provided by UniATIS, and when not, I have usually overcame the shortcomings by adjusting the code. Stephen was fortunate to inform me of the issue over here. You can add temporary messages to UniATIS, however depending on the message, you have to toggle the messages on and off from the URL manually. Some weather dependant messages are possible to automate with UniATIS by using the custom functions, de
  3. Or there could be a place in the ESE files to define the rules. Couple of rules could look like this: W = Wind Arrival:W Deg Min:W Deg Max:W Spd Min:W Spd Max:Rwy 1:Rwy 2:Rwy 3: ... Departure:W Deg Min:W Deg Max:W Spd Min:W Spd Max:Rwy 1:Rwy 2:Rwy 3: ... arrival:120:240:5:50:22L:15 departure:160:260:5:50:22R For the exceptions there should be a toggle to turn off the feature, possibly per airport. The rules could be helpful in CTR position when there's lots of infrequently used airports. Whenever controller sees an aircraft at an airport or inbound he will usually als
  4. This is how it should appear when online and ATIS is transmitting in voice:
  5. lol, I used to have to answer to procontroller questions, now that was hairy as the program practically wasn't in use anymore anywhere.
  6. You need to post that as an idea to the Vatsim UK forum, that they would provide people with prepared frequency list that could be simply copy and pasted into EUS/VRC configuration files.
  7. It should appear, does for me, whenever someone doesn't have a code.
  8. The W means the aircraft IS NOT equipped for RVSM. The W should not appear when flightplan contains W. I finally found a list of the codes: http://mbev.net/wikka/ChoosingEquipmentCode
  9. Are you trying to listen to the ATIS via the ATIS panel or ATIS over 'listen to frequency'? If you're trying to do the latter, in that case you can't listen to your own ATIS over the voice server, but you have to do that locally through the ATIS panel.
  10. The person at age 62 seems to be doing very well with new softwares that can give a headache even to people under 30.
  11. I can't see any other fault in those lines except for the extra space in front of Cairo Approach. Try removing the extra space and see if it helps. If it doesn't then I can't say anything else than to verify that the frequency matches along with the callsign. You can also test the situation yourself by creating a small scenario in which you name the positions. To verify the ID you don't even have to bother joining with a client because the positions are visible to the host once set up.
  12. other set -> symbology settings -> sector -> inactive- & active sector background (the "line" sets the colour of the border of active sectors)
  13. Could you paste the relevant positions as defined in the ESE file along with the actual callsigns and frequencies that were used when the ID failed to work?
  14. Ah, interesting. Definitely useful for me once I'll be able to find out how the sectors are split IRL.
  15. Basically as an observer you don't have any active sectors and therefore every sector is inactive and you don't either see borders of active neightboring sectors. If you however have chosen your primary frequency and station from the voice communication setup then you should see active area if it correctsponds with a defined position in the ESE position data AND the sector is not manned by an actual controller. As an observed I'd recommend using the sector ownership menu to highlight a sector.
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