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Aircraft Situation Editor (ASE) V1.1 - Released


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Description

A successor to ACSE, ASE is a program to edit ACS files (for ACSIM) or Euroscope Scenario files, specifically targeted for use on the VATSIM Sweatbox Server.

 

 

What's New?


  • New name – changed from ACS Editor to Aircraft Situation Editor
    Load, Save & Modify EuroScope Scenario files
    Download Flight Plans from VRoute
    User Interface changes

 

Screenshots

 

Main Screen

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Aircraft Editor

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Holds Page

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Known Issues


  • 1. ACSIM defaults to using 45 Nautical Miles (NM) per Longitude. This will result incorrect headings being performed when playing the situation through ACSIM.
    2. The ‘Search’ function has been disabled due to inaccurately navigating to points.
    3. ASE does not load SCT2 Format sector files or Euroscope modified sector files.
    4. The font does not install on Windows Vista -
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5. Windows Vista/Windows 7 users must install and run ASE as an administrator

 

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For any comments, suggestions or problems please visit the Feedback Form

 

 

Download

Download Aircraft Situation Editor (ASE) V1.1

 

 

by Craig Phillips

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Craig Phillips

 

Senior Student - UK South East - Mentor

Developer: Aircraft Situation Editor (ASE)

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http://forums.vatsim.net/viewtopic.php?t=8307 - Sweatbox is a server in which an instructor can "inject" aircraft into a situation to train a student; explained in more detail on the forum link.

 

Craig Phillips

Craig Phillips

 

Senior Student - UK South East - Mentor

Developer: Aircraft Situation Editor (ASE)

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Craig, cheers, what a great piece of software.

 

I'm only training on tower but I was able to get to grips with coordination in ES after writing some scenarios with ASE.

 

In my opinion a very valuable tool, especially when training on positions that don't often have adjacent controllers.

 

Thanks again.

 

Phill

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Vista I would like to say that Vista is your problem, but that wont help you Try installing ASE logged in as an admin on Vista, if you haven't already. The reason probably why it cannot find ASE.exe or the DLLs is because they are not there in the first place. Because Vista prevents non-admins creating files in the Program Files Directory.

 

I should in future versions of ASE put something in the installer to state on Vista you must be logged in as an admin to install ASE.

 

Craig Phillips

Craig Phillips

 

Senior Student - UK South East - Mentor

Developer: Aircraft Situation Editor (ASE)

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Being logged in to a use account with admin rights is not sufficient. You need to right click on the exe file and select "Run as Administrator" to install it. It works fine on Vista32 Home Premium.

 

Having said that, I do find that the mouse cursor is very slow to respond on the black screen area.

Mike Pike

VATSIM-UK

 
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Just to give a breif insight to ASE V1.2... due to be released soon... with TWR Trainer support.

 

Main Display - with SCT2 format integration

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SIDs and STARs

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Multiple Flight Plan

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Aircraft Editor

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Fully compatable with Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7

 

Craig Phillips

Craig Phillips

 

Senior Student - UK South East - Mentor

Developer: Aircraft Situation Editor (ASE)

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Looks awesome Craig! That's really promizing!

 

I've heard that you would also support ES Senarios, is that correct?

 

Also if I may put a suggestion, a Copy function would be great for duplicating aircrafts to save some time. Or would "Multiple Flight Plan" do the trick??

 

Thanks, can't wait to test it out!

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