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I am editing the .ese file for ES and I have changed a few coordinates for "SSGMCW" and "SSGMCE", the sector lines were showing up fine before the change (screenshot with 3 red polygons), but once I updated the coordinates neither one is showing up (screenshot with 1 red polygon). Anyone know why and how I can fix this issue?

 

Any help will be much appreciated.

 

Jason

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On 6/23/2020 at 7:13 AM, Chriss Klosowski said:

Are there any errors showing up in the "Messages" tab of Euroscope?

Hi Chriss,

 

Apologies for the late reply. No there are no error messages with regards to the .ese file.

 

Jason L

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55 minutes ago, Jason Leung said:

Hi Chriss,

 

Apologies for the late reply. No there are no error messages with regards to the .ese file.

 

Jason L

Do you mind sending more high-res pictures? Can't really see much it's very small.


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As far as I know in order for the lines to show up they have to be configured in the .ese file. Each line has to be configured for each parameter. For example if GMC N is online while GMC S is online the line that splits GMC N and S needs to be defined to show up properly. Same applies with the SECTOR parameter. You'll need to double check the SECTORLINE and SECTOR parameters. If you don't mind you can send me the .ese file and I can check it out.


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On 7/1/2020 at 12:27 AM, Chriss Klosowski said:

As far as I know in order for the lines to show up they have to be configured in the .ese file. Each line has to be configured for each parameter. For example if GMC N is online while GMC S is online the line that splits GMC N and S needs to be defined to show up properly. Same applies with the SECTOR parameter. You'll need to double check the SECTORLINE and SECTOR parameters. If you don't mind you can send me the .ese file and I can check it out.

Hi Chriss, 

 

Please see the link to the file below:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ApKHheF9SRxh5cLNvRthOwz8U7yufh2t

 

Regards,

Jason L

 

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