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What exactly do you mean with "always active"? Every sector with you as owner is always active, unless you restrict it to a specific runway configuration.

 

http://www.euroscope.hu/wiki/index.php?page=ESE_Files_Description

Stephan Boerner

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Niko, as Stephan said, every sector which match your freq. and call sign in the ESE file and you have active position will be set to active. For the area you want, just define it as a sector, give it DISPLAY property, and set the OWNER to the position you want. If the area is active always, just give put every position as a OWNER, in these case in any position you take the area will be lighted.

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What you could do is, have the sector borders displayed when you and the next sector are online, even though it might be not the borderline of your sector. That would at least be some visual reference for the buffer zone, but it would not work with UNICOM.

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> .rcenter

Use this command to override the default range center position. The range position is claculated in EuroScope as follows: The default value is the one defined in the sectorfile.

 

Hi guys. Can anyone tell me how does definition of 'range center' look like in sct? This is sth I've never used before...

 

Cheers! Marcin D.

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Than I don't understand part of ES wiki I've quoted above

Marcin, in the sct there is now visibility range, but there is a center for the sector which is a default, look for something like this

 

[iNFO]

BULGARIA AIRAC 0807

LBSR_CTR

LBSF

N042.30.00.000

E024.00.00.000

600

440

-2.6

10

 

".rcenter" changes that default sector center with coordinates N042.30.00.000 E024.00.00.000

So all you have to do is change these coordinates

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