Posts by Kloot

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

    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][]


    >


    >


    >

    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?

    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]>


    >

    Thanks Rodeo, that fixed it.

    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 :-)

    Hi Rodeo,

    I have tried all that and then thought, why not create a folder for each tile in \Documents\Aerofly FS 2\scenery\images

    cb1,cb2,cb3,cb4 and that works except I have a black line between each tile and a massive black area surrounding the tiles.

    I am having fun trying all these things but it's getting frustrating :-(

    Thanks for your help :-)

    Hi Rodeo,

    Thanks for your reply.

    Here is my issue.

    I Downloaded a big area:


    48 tiles in total.

    I grabbed the NW and SE Lat / Long (clicked the C button).

    Copy & pasted this into into: http://ndgrad.co.uk/fs2/fset2tmc/

    I selected levels: 9,11,12,13,14 then converted.

    Then I did a copy & paste of the results into: config-sample-only


    <[file][][]

    <[tmcolormap_regions][][Canberra]

    <[bool] [write_ttc_files][true]>

    <[string8][folder_destination_ttc][./scenery/images/]>

    <[bool] [always_overwrite][true]>


    <[list][region_list][]


    <[tmcolormap_region][element][0]

    <[uint32] [level] [9]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_min] [148.98 -35.15]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_max] [149.28 -35.50]>

    >


    <[tmcolormap_region][element][0]

    <[uint32] [level] [11]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_min] [148.98 -35.15]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_max] [149.28 -35.50]>

    >


    <[tmcolormap_region][element][0]

    <[uint32] [level] [12]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_min] [148.98 -35.15]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_max] [149.28 -35.50]>

    >


    <[tmcolormap_region][element][0]

    <[uint32] [level] [13]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_min] [148.98 -35.15]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_max] [149.28 -35.50]>

    >

    <[tmcolormap_region][element][0]

    <[uint32] [level] [14]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_min] [148.98 -35.15]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_max] [149.28 -35.50]>

    >

    >

    >

    >


    I then ran inf2tfwConverter - and in the end I had 48 BMP files and 48 TFW files.

    I then ran config-sample-only.bat and GeoConvert crashed after a while (only have 16gb of RAM)

    So I decided to run with 1 BMP file and it's TFW file at a time.

    I then copy the scenery/image output and paste this into \Documents\Aerofly FS 2\scenery\images.

    When I run through this process with the second BMP file and it's TFW and paste it into \Documents\Aerofly FS 2\scenery\images - it tells me this is a duplicate.

    If I say yes and over ride it the first tile is not in Aerofly FS2 and the second one is.


    What is the best way to run these individualy, I have 48 BMP and 48 TFW files: (not all shown here)



    Thanks in advance for your assistance :-)


    Cheers,


    Paul

    Can anyone please explain to me why I am getting duplicate files.

    I have followed the correct process and I have 48 BMP files and 48 matching TFW files - NONE of these are duplicates.

    As an example I place 3 BMP with their matching TFW files in the input_aerial_images - then I run the config-sample-only batch file (all setting are correct)

    When this has run I copy the files from the scenery/images folder contents to the \Documents\Aerofly FS 2\scenery\images

    I then run Aerofly FS2 and the scenery is there, it's great.


    Where I have a problem is I downloaded a rather large area and I need to run 1 BMP with its matching TFW file at a time due to the size (level 14)

    I go through the normal process and run 1 BMP file and it's matching TFW, I copy the scenery/images folder contents to the \Documents\Aerofly FS 2\scenery\images

    I then run the second BMP file and its matching TFW, I copy the scenery/images folder contents to the \Documents\Aerofly FS 2\scenery\images and it tells me there are duplicates. This has me confused as the data in each TFW file is different....... where am I going wrong?

    Just followed the exact same process (one image file) for Sydney Airport and it worked fine. NOTE: longitude latitude.


    <[file][][Sydney Airport]

    <[tmcolormap_regions][][]

    <[bool] [write_ttc_files][true]>

    <[string8][folder_destination_ttc][./scenery/images/]>

    <[bool] [always_overwrite][true]>


    <[list][region_list][]


    <[tmcolormap_region][element][0]

    <[uint32] [level] [9]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_min] [151.16 -33.92]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_max] [151.20 -33.98]>

    >


    <[tmcolormap_region][element][0]

    <[uint32] [level] [11]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_min] [151.16 -33.92]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_max] [151.20 -33.98]>

    >


    <[tmcolormap_region][element][0]

    <[uint32] [level] [12]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_min] [151.16 -33.92]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_max] [151.20 -33.98]>

    >


    <[tmcolormap_region][element][0]

    <[uint32] [level] [13]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_min] [151.16 -33.92]>

    <[vector2_float64] [lonlat_max] [151.20 -33.98]>

    >

    >

    >

    >


    This is like my fifth attempt and I am getting the same results each time. I will start again from scratch and let you know how I go.

    Thanks for your time Jeff, much appreciated.