Every now and then a question comes up in which the author describes a problem with our flightplans. It shows up when using Ttools where some legs in the flightplans show an error.
If you mean this error: 1/19:25,200,F,1743" ",LFBD,2/06:35
or better this one: " "
Do this: 1. Open your "MS Text Editor". 2. Copy the space = " " 3. Open the menu "search and replace" and paste this " " into the first field. 4. Into the second field below you paste nothing. 5. Now click replace and all the space line in between the flight data is gone.
And now, try to compile. It should work as I have tried it out based on the files from here.
This problem seems to be related with how the forum interprates the flightplans we post here. It is common and has been discussed quite often until now.
Hope I could help.
Last Edit: Jun 19, 2010 10:41:41 GMT -6 by sunking
Post by Christian Page, RAI on Jun 13, 2010 11:35:36 GMT -6
BTW, you should be able to sticky threads yourself - use the normal reply (not Quick Reply) and there should be a box below the text box, near the bottom, that allows you to do it It's the same for new threads as well...
Post by Ralf Maylin on Nov 22, 2010 11:04:02 GMT -6
This is from the readme of my packages:
"The flight plans are optimized for compilation with "AI Flight Planner" by Don Grovestine. If you still use TTools you have to set the aircraft speed to "200" and ad the "@" sign to the flight plans."
I set up a link to a little tool that adds the @ symbol for you. If you find any other problems using my files with TTools please let me know.l