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By Peter Selmeci 811548
#157815 Let me share some good news with you about EuroScope. Letter from the author:


Dear Colleagues,

Some of you have probably heard about the new incoming VATSIM radar client: EuroScope. Part of our introductory campaign we have created presentation for VACC leaders. Please, download it from http://www.euroscope.hu/Promo/ES_staff_pressrelease.pdf

If you are interested in using EuroScope just from the beginning we are offering you a prerelease support to create the necessary resource files and to build up the best configuration for your VACC.

If you have any question or need more information do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected].

The EuroScope team.



And there is an introductory video (created by the author) for everybody: http://www.euroscope.hu/Promo/CanYouImagine.avi

The official website will be: http://www.euroscope.hu , it is still under development.

Regards,
Peter
By Gergely Csernak 904331
#158107
Frank Bitterlich 814039 wrote:Now this looks more than promising. And the video is great, too. But now the big question: Will there be a Mac version? :)


Hi Frank,

I am really sorry to say but I think there will be no Mac version. At least not in a near future. EuroScope and the mapping engine below is heavily built on top of MFC (Microsoft Foundation Classes) library. In this way it is far too much work to move it out from the code and build a multi platform application.

Really sorry.

Gergely Csernak
EuroScope developer
By Alex Stjepanovic 963114
#158112 By the way Gergely, one thing that I haven't been able to find on ES, is how to change the likes of the various border, centerline, etc thicknesses. Is this possible at all?
By Gergely Csernak 904331
#158160
Alex Stjepanovic 963114 wrote:By the way Gergely, one thing that I haven't been able to find on ES, is how to change the likes of the various border, centerline, etc thicknesses. Is this possible at all?


Hi Alex,

Yes, you can do. Check the Symbology Settings dialog (http://www.euroscope.hu/wiki/index.php? ... y_Settings).

Gergely.