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Radim Cenek
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Hello, I would like to make a sectorfile in ES, but as I see, there are too many things in it.

I am familliar with ES, but not with creating SCT FILES.  I didn´t find ANY manuals for it. On the ES forum there are only explanations what everything is, but there aren´t  any tutorials how to make something. Can anybody send me any useful links for sector making in general? I mean whole sectorfile.

Thank you very much.

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From personal experience making an entire sectorfile from scratch is going to be trial and error and looking at how others do their files. You're better off starting to take a look at the online wiki and finding out what is inside the .sct and .ese files. You can find it here: https://www.euroscope.hu/wp/documentation-about-euroscope/ 

 

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On 3/10/2021 at 1:41 AM, Radim Cenek said:

Hello, I would like to make a sectorfile in ES, but as I see, there are too many things in it.

I am familliar with ES, but not with creating SCT FILES.  I didn´t find ANY manuals for it. On the ES forum there are only explanations what everything is, but there aren´t  any tutorials how to make something. Can anybody send me any useful links for sector making in general? I mean whole sectorfile.

Thank you very much.

Howdy!


Creating sector files is a difficult task that takes a great deal of knowledge and experience in order to produce a satisfactory outcome. You can look for information on forums or YouTube, or you can utilize EuroScope Documentation, which thoroughly explains all ideas. To give you some context, we typically use 2-3 sites for conversion before importing each coordinate group into our dashboard for compilation. However, if you only want to make it for yourself, it may take some time (approximately 45 minutes per sector), especially if you only use text editors like Notepad, VS Code, and Notepad++. We suggest that you contact the vACC Director or any other employee who is in charge of sector file development. Maybe they can help you more. In addition, if you want to incorporate your work into vACC releases, you must first communicate with staff. It's wonderful to see someone who is interested in and passionate about something like this.

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