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    Fly to ENBR, Thursday the 25th of June, and help Tomas prove his worthiness of an S2 rating! The checkout will last from 17 to 19 zulu. We hope to see you around! Scenery FSX/P3D: Aerosoft Bergen X (Payware) FSX/P3D: AoN (Freeware) X-Plane 10/11: Airport Bergen XP (Payware) Charts AIP Norway
  2. Fly to ENBR, Thursday the 25th of June, and help Tomas prove his worthiness of an S2 rating! The checkout will last from 17 to 19 zulu. We hope to see you around! Scenery FSX/P3D: Aerosoft Bergen X (Payware) FSX/P3D: AoN (Freeware) X-Plane 10/11: Airport Bergen XP (Payware) Charts AIP Norway
  3. I have added the ENHA points based on the charts now, updated in original post and formatted in correct way that allowes the use of ÆØÅ across all programs.
  4. Hello. I have made some CSV files with the VFR reporting points in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and UK (England + Scotland). For Sweden there might be some missing data, the holding points are not included. You can import these files into programs such as LittleNavMap, Plan-G or VFRFlight. This is not an replacement for charts as it do not include route/altitude data or if its a mandatory reporting point. You can for example use this as an assistant when flying VFR as it is not always possible to navigate VFR only based on the scenery if the scenery is not good enough. The data is gathered from the AIP of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and UK within AIRAC 2005. ESAA_VFR_REPORTING_POINTS.csv EFIN_VFR_REPORTING_POINTS.csv EKDK_VFR_REPORTING_POINTS.csv UK_VFR_REPORTING_POINTS.csv ENOR_VFR_REPORTING_POINTS_2.csv
  5. With AFV you do not use "multiple record playback". Simply skip that step.
  6. File has been updated further with more helipads and oilplatforms in Norway and Denmark! I recommend everyone to download the github files regularly, they keep being updated by other people too every week!
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    Fly to ENVA, Thursday the 7th of May, and help Sivert prove his worthiness of an S2 rating! The checkout will last from 16 to 18 zulu. We hope to see you around! Scenery FSX/P3D: Aerosoft Værnes X (Payware) FSX/P3D: AoN (Freeware) Charts AIP Norway
  8. Fly to ENVA, Thursday the 7th of May, and help Sivert prove his worthiness of an S2 rating! The checkout will last from 16 to 18 zulu. We hope to see you around! Scenery FSX/P3D: Aerosoft Værnes X (Payware) FSX/P3D: AoN (Freeware) Charts AIP Norway
  9. After multiple requests I have merged the changes into the GitHub page, which was much easier said than done. All changes had to be redone to fit with the newer vatspy files in the GitHub. I have tried to implement all the changes, however if something is missing or incorrect let me know, I have a excel sheet full with information. However it is now available for download, includes other changes done by other FIR's aswel, recommend everyone to download, there is even a installer file there: https://github.com/vatsimnetwork/vatspy-data-project
  10. Fly to ENBR on the upcomming Sunday the 26th, and help James prove his worthiness of an S2 rating! The checkout will last from 17 to 19 zulu. We hope to see you around! Scenery FSX/P3D: Aerosoft Bergen X (Payware) FSX/P3D: AoN (Freeware) X-Plane 10/11: Airport Bergen XP (Payware) Charts AIP Norway
  11. Fly to ENBR on the upcomming Sunday the 26th, and help James prove his worthiness of an S2 rating! The checkout will last from 17 to 19 zulu. We hope to see you around! Scenery FSX/P3D: Aerosoft Bergen X (Payware) FSX/P3D: AoN (Freeware) X-Plane 10/11: Airport Bergen XP (Payware) Charts AIP Norway
  12. Could it be we have misunderstood the manual? We are attempting to create so a map is only displayed between certain zoom levels, for example between level 9 and 14, but it has no effect it seems like since it says displayed when you zoom past the point where it should be deactivated again. MAP:MSVA ENVA COLOR:MSVA FOLDER:MSVA ZOOM:9 ZOOM:14 FONTSIZE:=:10 STYLE:DOT MAP:MSVA ENVA COLOR:MSVA FOLDER:MSVA ZOOM:14 ZOOM:9 FONTSIZE:=:10 STYLE:DOT Neither of these has the effect that we are looking for.
  13. What do you mean? ENOS, ENSV, ENBD and ENOR all has different ICAO/FIR codes, which activates different sectors. However if we logon to ENOR_S_CTR which only covers from ENVA and south, it will still show the whole of Norway lighted up, since it can not differentiate on middle letters. only on ICAO/FIR codes.
  14. Its not possible for vatspy to diffenciate sectors based on middle letter or frequency.
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