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I have been trying to set up a bunch of files that involve essentially a lot of operations happening, so I'm trying to automate my RNAV arrivals as much as possible. I know that software such as the Aircraft Situation Editor only provide initial waypoint descents, but is it possible to manually add in additional crossing restrictions beyond the first one? Here's what I have for one aircraft I made using ASE:

 

@N:AWE666:0000:1:39.717377:-77.157853:12000:290:0:0:0

$FPAWE666:*A:I:A319/Q:0:KBOS:0000:0000:0:KIAD:00:00:0:0::/v/:GLYDE BAF HYPER3

$ROUTE:HYPER MULRR SIGBE MOWAT HUSEL YACKK TICON

START:5

DELAY:2:5

REQALT:MULRR:10000

 

Let's say that I modified the last line to something like:

 

REQALT:MULRR:10000

REQALT:SIGBE:7000

or

REQALT:MULRR:10000:SIGBE:7000

 

Would either of these result in the aircraft automatically crossing MULRR at 10,000 AND SIGBE at 7,000?

 

Thanks for the help!

ZDCARTCC S3

 

If it's not stupid then it's not worth doing.

 

Honey Badger Pilot Don't Care

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Well... I'm seeing this:

Simulator uses the FP route (fully extracted) and the $ROUTE section can be omitted

which contradicts this:

Version 3.2 will have the following format:

$ROUTE:HYPER MULRR/10000 SIGBE/7000 MOWAT HUSEL YACKK TICON

 

The hyperthreads in the link you provided don't allow me to follow them. I guess I'll have to dig into the wikipages more.

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I just spent an evening reading the wiki from cover to cover. The level restrictions are certainly in there. The new training facility looks exciting. I'm afraid tower trainees especially may find simulator more fun than the actual network! It will also be so much easier for the trainer to drive the planes and set up scenarios.

Mike Pike

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I think that is for additional blip drivers to connect to the simulation isn't it? I don't think it is necessary otherwise. Students will still connect in the normal way using their preferred client.

Mike Pike

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I think that is for additional blip drivers to connect to the simulation isn't it? I don't think it is necessary otherwise. Students will still connect in the normal way using their preferred client.

Right. As a lone instructor, I understand that I have to click every aircraft and select "Get Simulation" in order to manipulate the aircraft. Like I said, it's not too big of a deal, just another step when conducting the session.

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Sorry Marcus. I have now got the simulator running and tried a session or two on my own on the ES FSD server and I see what you mean. That is a bit tedious I must admit. It would be better if the scenario runner controls all aircraft if there are no other pseudo pilots connected. How often do we have the luxury of other people available to drive blips?

 

I agree it's not a show stopper though. Maybe a necessary step to enable all the very useful new and improved features.

Mike Pike

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