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Yes the info is still missing, will be added very soon. It is a gate management plug-in. You can use it by loading the plugin. After that build empty file using NOTEPAD and call it _occ.asr and fill this in it (change the data according to your needs)

DisplayTypeName:OCC View
DisplayTypeNeedRadarContent:0
DisplayTypeGeoReferenced:0

PLUGIN:OCC view:AIRPORT:LHBP
PLUGIN:OCC view:FINAL:2
PLUGIN:OCC view:LINES:27
PLUGIN:OCC view:TOPEMPTY:120
PLUGIN:OCC view:BOTTOMEMPTY:60
PLUGIN:OCC view:LEFTEMPTY:60
PLUGIN:OCC view:RIGHTEMPTY:120
PLUGIN:OCC view:SEPARATOR1:9
PLUGIN:OCC view:SEPARATOR2:18
PLUGIN:OCC view:SEPARATOR3:27

PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND1:1:S1:0:0:N047.26.37.942:E019.13.26.950
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND2:2:S2:0:1:N047.26.35.502:E019.13.28.581
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND3:3:S3:0:2:N047.26.32.773:E019.13.30.298

You have to define every stand with coordinates from your scenery (be advice that if some pilot is not using your scenery they may not show on the plugin, as they stand position can be different).

 

You can move the plane via mouse or can use the following commands:

.occ arr
.occ dep
.occ free
.occ push
gate left
gate right
gate top
gate bottom

 

I'll try to explain it better in the wiki

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You always have to keep in mind that you create this to match one scenery, and one scenery only. I don't know how if the stand positions in aerosoft EGLL and uk2000 EGLL match, but you will always have standard scenery aircraft that won't match anything. I created some definitions for EDDF and EGLL several months ago, but never finished them. I figured that as soon as the pilot used the correct scenery, the stand detection worked very well. But you will never come across the problem of different sceneries.

Stephan Boerner

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You can move the plane via mouse or can use the following commands:

.occ arr
.occ dep
.occ free
.occ push
gate left
gate right
gate top
gate bottom

 

I think thats not correct, it should be:

.occarr <gatenumber> <callsign>
.occdep <gatenumber> <callsign>
.occfree <gatenumber>
.occfree <callsign>
.occpush <callsign> 
.occgate <gatenumber> <callsign>
.occleft <spaceleft>
.occright <spaceright>
.occtop <spacetop>
.occbottom <spacebottom>

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I did a file for EDDM. But there aren't any aircrafts although there are 3 on the ground. I add the file to this post, would you have a look please? I don't know what i did wrong.

thanks

Felix

 

DisplayTypeName:OCC View
DisplayTypeNeedRadarContent:0
DisplayTypeGeoReferenced:0

PLUGIN:OCC view:AIRPORT:EDDM
PLUGIN:OCC view:FINAL:2
PLUGIN:OCC view:LINES:58
PLUGIN:OCC view:TOPEMPTY:30
PLUGIN:OCC view:BOTTOMEMPTY:60
PLUGIN:OCC view:LEFTEMPTY:60
PLUGIN:OCC view:RIGHTEMPTY:120
PLUGIN:OCC view:SEPARATOR1:15
PLUGIN:OCC view:SEPARATOR2:19
PLUGIN:OCC view:SEPARATOR3:30


PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND1:101:101*:0:0:N048.21.29.628:E011.46.58.241
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND2:102:102:0:1:N048.21.27.524:E011.46.58.575
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND3:103:103:0:2:N048.21.25.418:E011.46.58.901
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND4:104:104:0:3:N048.21.23.313:E011.46.59.237
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND5:107B:107B*:0:4:N048.21.19.101:E011.46.59.904
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND6:108:108:0:5:N048.21.16.996:E011.47.00.239
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND7:109B:109B:0:6:N048.21.14.890:E011.47.00.573
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND8:110:110*:0:7:N048.21.12.785:E011.47.00.894
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND9:111B:111B:0:8:N048.21.10.743:E011.47.01.223
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND10:112:112:0:9:N048.21.08.669:E011.47.01.547
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND11:115B:115B:0:10:N048.21.04.425:E011.47.02.220
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND12:116:116:0:11:N048.21.02.353:E011.47.02.560
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND13:117A:117A:0:12:N048.21.00.280:E011.47.02.873
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND14:118:118:0:13:N048.20.58.206:E011.47.03.214
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND15:119:119*:0:14:N048.20.55.875:E011.47.03.614
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND16:131:131:0:15:N048.21.14.437:E011.46.49.362
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND17:132:132*:0:16:N048.21.12.590:E011.46.49.669
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND18:133:133:0:17:N048.21.10.840:E011.46.49.961
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND19:134:134:0:18:N048.21.09.026:E011.46.50.253
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND20:141:141:0:19:N048.21.24.641:E011.46.44.758
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND21:142:142:0:20:N048.21.22.534:E011.46.45.109
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND22:143:143*:0:21:N048.21.20.397:E011.46.45.454
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND23:151:151*:0:22:N048.21.14.241:E011.46.46.485
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND24:152:152:0:23:N048.21.12.396:E011.46.46.793
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND25:153:153*:0:24:N048.21.10.646:E011.46.47.080
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND26:154:154:0:25:N048.21.08.832:E011.46.47.383
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND27:161:161:0:26:N048.21.02.840:E011.46.48.392
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND28:162:162*:0:27:N048.21.00.733:E011.46.48.736
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND29:163:163:0:28:N048.20.58.563:E011.46.49.100
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND30:201:201:1:0:N048.21.31.994:E011.47.30.673
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND31:202:202:1:1:N048.21.30.471:E011.47.30.925
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND32:203:203*:1:2:N048.21.28.560:E011.47.31.219
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND33:204:204:1:3:N048.21.26.713:E011.47.31.518
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND34:205:205:1:4:N048.21.25.256:E011.47.31.745
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND35:206:206:1:5:N048.21.23.603:E011.47.32.003
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND36:207:207*:1:6:N048.21.21.952:E011.47.32.261
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND37:208:208:1:7:N048.21.20.073:E011.47.32.562
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND38:209:209:1:8:N048.21.18.389:E011.47.32.825
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND39:210:210:1:9:N048.21.16.509:E011.47.33.132
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND40:211:211*:1:10:N048.21.14.889:E011.47.33.380
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND41:215:215:1:11:N048.21.12.558:E011.47.33.760
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND42:216:216*:1:12:N048.21.10.872:E011.47.34.014
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND43:217:217:1:13:N048.21.09.058:E011.47.34.307
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND44:218:218*:1:14:N048.21.07.730:E011.47.34.518
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND45:219:219:1:15:N048.21.06.241:E011.47.34.751
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND46:220:220:1:16:N048.21.04.296:E011.47.35.061
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND47:221:221:1:17:N048.21.02.482:E011.47.35.354
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND48:222:222*:1:18:N048.21.00.896:E011.47.35.603
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND49:231:231:1:19:N048.21.03.551:E011.47.30.737
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND50:232:232:1:20:N048.21.02.190:E011.47.30.904
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND51:233:233*:1:21:N048.21.00.605:E011.47.31.201
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND52:243:243:1:22:N048.21.27.006:E011.47.48.897
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND53:244:244:1:23:N048.21.25.613:E011.47.49.131
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND54:245:245:1:24:N048.21.24.219:E011.47.49.356
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND55:246:246:1:25:N048.21.22.470:E011.47.49.664
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND56:247:247*:1:26:N048.21.20.883:E011.47.49.928
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND57:248:248:1:27:N048.21.19.263:E011.47.50.193
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND58:249:249:1:28:N048.21.17.675:E011.47.50.456
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND59:250:250*:1:29:N048.21.16.121:E011.47.50.706
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND60:251:251*:1:30:N048.21.14.534:E011.47.50.977
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND61:252:252:1:31:N048.21.12.979:E011.47.51.229
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND62:253:253:1:32:N048.21.11.424:E011.47.51.495
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND63:254:254:1:33:N048.21.09.998:E011.47.51.729
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND64:255:255:1:34:N048.21.08.444:E011.47.51.986
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND65:256:256:1:35:N048.21.06.920:E011.47.52.228
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND66:261:261:1:36:N048.20.59.729:E011.47.51.844
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND67:262:262:1:37:N048.20.59.956:E011.47.54.947
PLUGIN:OCC view:STAND68:263:263:1:38:N048.20.59.956:E011.47.54.947

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best way i found to find the exact coords for common sceniers is to look where the aircraft is actually placed and then use the .sline command and place the cursor in the middle of the aircraft then look to see if it is similar or the same and if necessary change the lat & long to reflect the actual position according to sceneries.

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Thanks for the answers. I think they are not near enough. But i would add them manually, but it don't work. Here a picture how i try it. After i entered this i press enter, the text disappear, but nothing happens.

http://www.bilder-space.de/show.php?file=17.015uppZffoVgerec4.jpg

Sorry for my bad english, i am 16 years old and still learning .

Felix

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I am not sure what OCCs for Frankfurt are actually available for public, but all OCCs I know of are based on the actual MAF AFCAD, so if your coordinates are the problem, you should try to use the GAP AFCAD. That should create matches for all aircrafts using the scenery.

Stephan Boerner

VATEUD - ATC Training Director

EuroScope Board of Designers | GVCCS Beta Tester

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I haven't one for Frankfurt. I looked where is an aircraft in Munich, used .sline and put in the coordinate at the gate, but it isn't shown. Then i looked to Frankfurt, .sline on the aircraft and changed only one Gate in the EDDM_OCC to the Frankfurt Coordinates, and then the aircraft was shown.

I hope it wrote it understandable.

Felix

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Hi Felix,

I just converted the degree-format of the ASR-file (N048.21.22.534:E011.46.45.109) for stand 21 to the format google accepts (048°21'22.534'',011°46'45.109'') and as you see: The indicated location is not really the place aircraft are normally placed, but on the gate itself (e.g. where the number of the stand is shown as freetext defined in the sector file).

Ensure you have taken the sufficient AFCAD or sectorfile-coordinates in the right format (degree, not "48.356259,11.779197" which would be the decimal coordinate for 21 which the sector file usually provides) and the aircraft are on their correct position.

Scenery offset often is the reason why the OCC-view does not register a plane at the expected stand.

Regards, Ben

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