TSC file

  • I have attempted to create a TSC file for YSCB (Canberra International Airport) and for some reason the do not appear.

    Where did I go wrong?

    <[file][][]


    <[tmsimulator_scenery_place][][]


    <[string8][type][airport]>


    <[string8][sname][Canberra Airport]> //Short name of airport


    <[string8][lname][Canberra International Airport]> //Full name of airport


    <[string8][icao][YSCB]> //ICAO Code


    <[string8][country][AUSTRALIA]> // country


    <[string8][coordinate_system][lonlat]>


    <[vector2_float64][position][-35.3070266 149.1944484]> //main coordinate of airport


    <[float64][height][575]> //average elevation in meters


    <[float64][size][5000]>


    <[vector2_float64][tower_position][-35.3014540 149.1973814]> //tower coordinates


    <[float64][tower_height][30]> //tower height in meters


    <[bool][autoheight][true]>


    <[string8][lights][]>


    <[list_tmsimulator_scenery_object][objects][]


    >


    <[list_tmsimulator_scenery_object_animated][objects_animated][]


    >


    <[list_tmsimulator_runway][runways][]


    <[tmsimulator_runway][element][0]


    <[vector2_float64][endpoint1][-35.3147936 149.1944458]> //start rwy 35


    <[vector2_float64][endpoint2][-35.3099731 149.1987668]> //start rwy 30


    <[vector2_float64][threshold1][-35.3147936 149.1944458]>


    <[vector2_float64][threshold2][-35.3099731 149.1987668]>


    <[float64][width][45.11]> //runway width in meters


    <[string8][name1][35]> //runway sign 1


    <[string8][name2][30]> //runway sign 2


    <[string8][appltsys1][std]> //all bout lighting system


    <[string8][appltsys2][std]> //see separate tutorial


    <[string8][papi1][left]>


    <[string8][papi2][none]>


    <[string8][reil1][reil_uni]>


    <[string8][reil2][reil_uni]>


    >


    >


    <[list_tmsimulator_startposition][start_positions][]


    >


    <[list_tmsimulator_parking_position][parking_positions][]


    <[tmsimulator_parking_position][element][0]


    <[tmvector2d][position][ -35.3070823 149.1915463]> //parking coordinates


    <[float64][heading][10.00]> //heading of aircraft


    <[string8][name][Start Position #1]>


    >


    >


    <[list_tmsimulator_view_position][view_positions][]


    >


    >


    >




    Thanks in advance all :-)

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  • Gooseno1,


    your coordinates order is lat_lon, please swap it to lon_lat.


    Rodeo


    Additionally, you have to modify your runway block:

    endpoint 2 is the opposite direction of endpoint 1, not another runway. It is still runway 1, but the sign from the opposite direction is different.


    If you have 2 runways like Canberra, duplicate the entire block and enter the values for runway 2:



    <[tmsimulator_runway][element][0]


    <[vector2_float64][endpoint1][-35.3147936 149.1944458]> //start rwy 35


    <[vector2_float64][endpoint2][-35.3099731 149.1987668]> //start rwy 30


    <[vector2_float64][threshold1][-35.3147936 149.1944458]>


    <[vector2_float64][threshold2][-35.3099731 149.1987668]>


    <[float64][width][45.11]> //runway width in meters


    <[string8][name1][35]> //runway sign 1


    <[string8][name2][30]> //runway sign 2


    <[string8][appltsys1][std]> //all bout lighting system


    <[string8][appltsys2][std]> //see separate tutorial


    <[string8][papi1][left]>


    <[string8][papi2][none]>


    <[string8][reil1][reil_uni]>


    <[string8][reil2][reil_uni]>


    >

  • Where did I go wrong?

    I experience something similar - and can not figure out where I'm wrong (one runway):


    <[file][][]


    <[tmsimulator_scenery_place][][]


    <[string8][type][airport]>


    <[string8][sname][TRF Torp]> //Short name of airport

    <[string8][lname][Sandefjord lufthavn Torp]> //Full name of airport

    <[string8][icao][ENTO]> //ICAO Code

    <[string8][country][NORWAY]> // country


    <[string8][coordinate_system][lonlat]>


    <[vector2_float64][position][10.2583712 59.1827508]> //main coordinate of airport


    <[float64][height][51]> //average elevation in meters


    <[float64][size][5000]>


    <[vector2_float64][tower_position][10.2518964 59.1832007]> //tower coordinates


    <[float64][tower_height][23]> //tower height in meters


    <[bool][autoheight][true]>


    <[string8][lights][]>


    <[list_tmsimulator_scenery_object][objects][]

    >


    <[list_tmsimulator_scenery_object_animated][objects_animated][]

    >


    <[list_tmsimulator_runway][runways][]


    <[tmsimulator_runway][element][0]


    <[vector2_float64][endpoint1][10.2588741 59.1757348]> //start rwy 36


    <[vector2_float64][endpoint2][10.2583686 59.1977078]> //start rwy 18


    <[vector2_float64][threshold1][10.2588741 59.1757348]> //copy of 1


    <[vector2_float64][threshold2][10.2583686 59.1977078]> //copy of 2


    <[float64][width][45]> //runway width in meters


    <[string8][name1][36]> //runway sign 1


    <[string8][name2][18]> //runway sign 2


    <[string8][appltsys1][calvert]> //all bout lighting system


    <[string8][appltsys2][calvert]> //see separate tutorial


    <[string8][papi1][left]>


    <[string8][papi2][none]>


    <[string8][reil1][reil_uni]>


    <[string8][reil2][reil_uni]>


    >

    >

    <[list_tmsimulator_startposition][start_positions][]


    >

    <[list_tmsimulator_parking_position][parking_positions][]


    <[tmsimulator_parking_position][element][0]


    <[tmvector2d][position][10.2541146 59.1792323]> //parking coordinates


    <[float64][heading][10.00]> //heading of aircraft


    <[string8][name][Start Position #1]>


    >

    >

    <[list_tmsimulator_view_position][view_positions][]

    >

    >

    >

  • Rodeo,


    Found the error.

    I created the file trf_torp.tsc.


    Wiki: "Create a folder and copy the nas_fallon.tsc that you just made into this folder, then place the folder into 'Documents\Aerofly FS 2\scenery\places."


    I put the file in the folder I created: norway.

    It was incorrect.

    I had to put the file in a folder with the same name = trf_torp.

    Then it worked.


    The devil is in the details. :evil:


    Thank you for checking the contents of the file. Then I knew it was right - and could look ahead. :thumbup:

  • Thanks Rodeo, that fixed it.

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  • I now have the runways displayed, but no rwy number, any suggestions?





    <[list_tmsimulator_runway][runways][]


    <[tmsimulator_runway][element][0]


    <[vector2_float64][endpoint1][149.1944458 -35.3147936]> //start rwy 35


    <[vector2_float64][endpoint2][149.1944498 -35.2903116]> //start rwy 17


    <[vector2_float64][threshold1][149.1944458 -35.3147936]> //copy of 1


    <[vector2_float64][threshold2][149.1944498 -35.2903116]> //copy of 2


    <[float64][width][45.11]> //runway width in meters


    <[string8][name1][35]> //runway sign 1


    <[string8][name2][17]> //runway sign 2


    <[string8][appltsys1][std]> //all bout lighting system


    <[string8][appltsys2][std]> //see separate tutorial


    <[string8][papi1][left]>


    <[string8][papi2][none]>


    <[string8][reil1][reil_uni]>


    <[string8][reil2][reil_uni]>


    >


    <[tmsimulator_runway][element][0]


    <[vector2_float64][endpoint1][149.1992952 -35.3103592]> //start rwy 30


    <[vector2_float64][endpoint2][149.1851747 -35.3006615]> //start rwy 12


    <[vector2_float64][threshold1][149.1992952 -35.3103592]> //copy of 1


    <[vector2_float64][threshold2][149.1851747 -35.3006615]> //copy of 2


    <[float64][width][45.11]> //runway width in meters


    <[string8][name1][30]> //runway sign 1


    <[string8][name2][12]> //runway sign 2


    <[string8][appltsys1][std]> //all bout lighting system


    <[string8][appltsys2][std]> //see separate tutorial


    <[string8][papi1][left]>


    <[string8][papi2][none]>


    <[string8][reil1][reil_uni]>


    <[string8][reil2][reil_uni]>


    >

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  • When I use the location screen I can click all I like on the runway, but no numbers display. Also, I am unable to position my a/c on the runway through the location screen?

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  • Do you have a full TSC, not only the runway section, which I cut out above just for demonstration?


    ..."Additionally, you have to modify your runway block:"...


    <[file][][]


    <[tmsimulator_scenery_place][][]


    <[string8][type][airport]>


    <[string8][sname][Canberra Airport]> //Short name of airport


    <[string8][lname][Canberra International Airport]> //Full name of airport


    <[string8][icao][YSCB]> //ICAO Code


    <[string8][country][AUSTRALIA]> // country


    <[string8][coordinate_system][lonlat]>


    <[vector2_float64][position][149.1944484 -35.3070266 ]> //main coordinate of airport


    <[float64][height][575]> //average elevation in meters


    <[float64][size][5000]>


    <[vector2_float64][tower_position][149.1973814 -35.3014540]> //tower coordinates


    <[float64][tower_height][30]> //tower height in meters


    <[bool][autoheight][true]>


    <[string8][lights][]>


    <[list_tmsimulator_scenery_object][objects][]


    >


    <[list_tmsimulator_scenery_object_animated][objects_animated][]


    >


    <[list_tmsimulator_runway][runways][]


    <[tmsimulator_runway][element][0]


    <[vector2_float64][endpoint1][149.1944458 -35.3147936]> //start rwy 35


    <[vector2_float64][endpoint2][149.1944498 -35.2903116]> //start rwy 17


    <[vector2_float64][threshold1][149.1944458 -35.3147936]> //copy of 1


    <[vector2_float64][threshold2][149.1944498 -35.2903116]> //copy of 2


    <[float64][width][45.11]> //runway width in meters


    <[string8][name1][35]> //runway sign 1


    <[string8][name2][17]> //runway sign 2


    <[string8][appltsys1][std]> //all bout lighting system


    <[string8][appltsys2][std]> //see separate tutorial


    <[string8][papi1][left]>


    <[string8][papi2][none]>


    <[string8][reil1][reil_uni]>


    <[string8][reil2][reil_uni]>


    >


    <[tmsimulator_runway][element][1]


    <[vector2_float64][endpoint1][149.1992952 -35.3103592]> //start rwy 30


    <[vector2_float64][endpoint2][149.1851747 -35.3006615]> //start rwy 12


    <[vector2_float64][threshold1][149.1992952 -35.3103592]> //copy of 1


    <[vector2_float64][threshold2][149.1851747 -35.3006615]> //copy of 2


    <[float64][width][45.11]> //runway width in meters


    <[string8][name1][30]> //runway sign 1


    <[string8][name2][12]> //runway sign 2


    <[string8][appltsys1][std]> //all bout lighting system


    <[string8][appltsys2][std]> //see separate tutorial


    <[string8][papi1][left]>


    <[string8][papi2][none]>


    <[string8][reil1][reil_uni]>


    <[string8][reil2][reil_uni]>


    >


    >


    <[list_tmsimulator_startposition][start_positions][]


    >


    <[list_tmsimulator_parking_position][parking_positions][]


    <[tmsimulator_parking_position][element][0]


    <[tmvector2d][position][149.1915463 -35.3070823]> //parking coordinates


    <[float64][heading][10.00]> //heading of aircraft


    <[string8][name][Start Position #1]>


    >


    >


    <[list_tmsimulator_view_position][view_positions][]


    >


    >


    >

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  • We are listening!

    But everything is not as easy to understand. Especially not for us who are not data programmers. :P

    ;) Haha, I know, but what Jan said and what I referred to had nothing to do with the programming itself but how the code is being posted on this forum. Instead of posting it as plain text it would be better to post it as code by using the appropriate formatting option ( </> ) which is available on the 'ribbon' you see above the post when you are typing it. ;) As Jan said, when you post code as actual code, using the </> button, the code maintains its indentation, it looks cooler and can be copy pasted to another .tsc file (by clicking on the little icon of two pages at the top right of the code window).

  • Instead of posting it as plain text it would be better to post it as code by using the appropriate formatting option ( </> ) which is available on the 'ribbon' you see above the post when you are typing it.

    Aahaaa, now I understand. Even more details we have to put into our heads. But my brain is already boiling. :S

  • Thanks for your assistance with this Rodeo, I really appreciate it :-)

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