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  1. Hello Peter, I'm translating this into English for my own benefit for future reference when I need it. Wish I would have asked you the same question years and years ago when trying to make a few FunFly/Contests, especially with the one I referenced above which was my first stab at it. At the time somehow I figured it up according to the map scale (I think). Anyway, Thanks for the mathematical formulas, it will be of great value to me. Scott ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Translation from Microsoft Translator (Auto-detect) Hello Kurpfalz Flyers, Wheel (Radian) is the mathematical Unit of measurement Of the Angle, which corresponds 360 Degrees to the Value 2xPi. The geographic Coordinates are converted from longitude to width to the Values in Radian In Such a way as: Geographical Length: The Geographical Length is measured favorably in Degrees from Greenwich to the east. 180 ° (+ or-) lie just across from Greenwich on the other Side of The Globe. Step 1: The geographic Length is specified in degree minute seconds ( "GGG ° MM ' SS.sss ," GGG: Grade-179 ... + 179, MM: Minutes 0-59, SS: Seconds 0-59, .sss ...: Decimal Fractions of Seconds. 0-. 999 ...), first a Conversion to a decimal Format "GGG.ggg ... , "i.e. degree and decimal Fractions of it: GGG.ggg ... = GGG + MM/60 + SS.sss ... /3600. Example: 7 ° 53 ° 09,2544 "= (7 + 53/60 + 9,2544/3600) = 7.885904 ° (If the geographic Length is already in decimal degree format, this Step will be omitted) Step 2: Conversion of Degree to rad ( "Radian ") The Conversion to the Indication as "rad " (+/-R.rr...) takes place according to the following Formula: +/-R.rrrr... = +/-GGG.ggg ... /360 x 2 x Pi (Signs of length in rad is taken from the Indication in Degrees) Example: 7.885904 ° = 7.885904/360 x 2 x 3,141592654 ... Wheel = 0.137634989 rad It is necessary to use many Decimal Points (including Pi), otherwise a few km of Errors will quickly arise on a global Scale. Latitude: The latitude is measured from the Equator (0 °) to the Poles (N: + 90 °, S:-90 °) and therefore has a maximum of two Digits For the Grade. Moreover, the Procedure is the same as in the geographical Length. Example: 54 ° 10 ' 57,972 "= (54 + 10/60 + 57,972/3600) = 54,18277 (1st Step) 54,18277 ° = 54.18277/360 x 2 x Pi rad = 0.945667734 rad (2nd Step) The Values for Length in rad are in the Range of Pi ... + Pi (-3,1415926 ... + 3,1415926), the Width in the Range-Pi/2 ... + Pi/2 (-1.570796327 ... + 1,570796327) Vg Peter
  2. Hello Kurpfalzflieger, I have gotten busy this week, and haven't gotten the time to figure this out yet. This coming weekend I may have time to get my head into it again. Seems to me the answer isn't too far off, but I could be wrong. Anyway, I'll report back this weekend. I may be trying to explain a procedure that may not be what you are looking for, as I was at the time covering both FS2004 pilots and FSX pilots flying in the same session together in real time. Scott
  3. Sorry Kurpfalzflieger, I was unable to get to this for an extended period of time today, the day got real busy, real fast. Tomorrow may be a better day. Scott
  4. Well, I've exhausted myself today trying to dig into this farther, found part of the documentation I had (so I will attach both below). I may be able to explain what these are tomorrow when I get a chance. Somehow I believe the coordinates correspond to the scale of the map. I'll dig deeper tomorrow. Scott 1-26ChampionshipMap.bmp
  5. I may have stumbled across something while just skimming through some files, and found something in a thermiek.doc. It talks about a .bmp file with coordinates listed at all 4 corners. I will have to do some re calculating to see if I can make heads or tails out of it. I'll post more tomorrow to let you know if I got anywhere with it or maybe if I have found my original documentation which would date back to 2011 or 2012 I think. Scott
  6. Hello again Kurpfalzflieger, Had a longer search through some files today on multiple PC Hard Drives and found not much to help the situation. As a last resort, I am going to look through some boxes I have in storage here at the house, because I'm 99.9% sure I have saved all the info and also the formula for calculating the coordinates. So all I can say at the moment is just have patience, and time will tell. Scott
  7. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Translated to English by Microsoft Translator Hello glider lovers, I'd love to be like in the CumulusX Manual! Described is to create a Thermal Script File. But I currently have no idea how to get the coordinates in RAD format, or how to convert gps coordinates accordingly. Unfortunately, I have also not been able to find any examples of scripts other than the one in the guide. Are there any? I can still remember that at that time I created thermal surfaces with FS2000 according to my ideas. Unfortunately, I no longer have any records of this. I think I remember that you could read the coordinates from FS2000. Mfg Kurpfalz Flyer -------------------------------------------------------------- Hello Kurpfalzflieger, Sorry so late for a reply. I only speak English, so I needed to translate it above. I think Peter may be around soon, but I'll try to answer at least some of your question. Please give me 1 to 3 days to wipe the dust off of how I used to do it (it has been quite a while so give me some time to reaquaint myself with a script file format). Scott
  8. Hello Howard, I had to give this a few quick searches and really didn't find the products related to soaring in a glider. We deal mostly with soaring, and the few questions that come as yours did. I'm really not familiar with all of Aerosofts many forums, but am sure your question has another place within Aerosofts forums somewhere. Sorry I couldn't give you much help, and sorry for not getting to this right away. You should be able to get an answer somewhere else. Scott
  9. Hi Scott,

    pls send me your name, address and your regular e-mail. I will send you a license for free.

    BR, Peter

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      sf4JC

      Hey Peter, if you are wondering why I deleted my follow-up reply, I couldn't edit my address out of it so the only course of action was to delete the whole reply.  What I should have done was just email you instead of posting it here where everybody could see it.  Hope I'm not being too paranoid.

      Scott

  10. I have good news about XCSoar and Prepar3D......It Works!!! Though I only tested it for a little while. Just use the same settings as in FSX. Scott
  11. I have tried a few of Wolfgang's gliders in Prepar3d, and have found some to have less visibility from inside the Virtual Cockpit, meaning, the cockpit reflection image is a bit too heavy or dark (this can be corrected to one's taste by changing the darkness of the alpha channel of the image). Does anyone know if this is the case for other FSX aircraft? Aerosoft's DiscusX Virtual Cockpit doesn't seem to be affected that I have noticed, but I lightned it up a long time ago. Scott
  12. Well, I made the jump into Prepar3D seeing as though more of the SOAR community may do the same. At this point in time, I feel a little anxiety towards my decision. It is definitely suited for academic purposes I feel. There is no RealWorld Weather as was in FSX, so a person cannot "learn on the fly", which I'm really not sure why that would not be academic. Though since it's a learning tool, I see how it is used in a sence that a test (or even the material used for a test) has to be the same for everybody, and therefore a person has the ability to retest/restudy the material in an unchanged way. As far as success stories, I have been able to get FaceTrackNoIR (a free TrackIR type substitute), and have also got XCSoar working in it as well, so that was 2 of my main concerns, but still a little iffy on whether or not the TrackIR workaround is done legally. And on that subject, I have gotten Aerosoft's DiscusX into it, but may later uninstall because if memory serves me correctly, it can ONLY be installed into FSX but will have to check the licensing agreement thing on that. I haven't flown a whole lot yet, but there may be a problem with the new CAIset guages working right or maybe it is the old ones not working right (will have to check which ones I'm using and where and recheck my installation of them). I haven't made any changes to the cfg file for more FPS (if it's possible), but at the moment I do not feel I need to, so that's definitely a PLUS+ for Prepar3D. Scott
  13. jcomm, did you ever get any positive/negative feedback on installing FSX stuff to Prepar3D? I'm just wondering, because I am about in a position to make the jump into it, and would hate to not get my money's worth out of it since it took me this long to get the money. I will search the forum again for success stories and workarounds, but if there is anyone out there listening in that have enjoyed soaring in Prepar3D, please let us know. I have one other forum I can check that may give me some quick answers to, but haven't been there for a while. Scott
  14. It's great, but a little overwhelming at first. I was finally able to get the maps working in XCSoar before noon today. Had kindof a busy morning with other things, so not much time was given to using and understanding the software, but I haven't really put any effort into reading the manual for it yet either. You can bet I'll be a little more acquainted with it before the weeks over though. Scott
  15. Yep, IT WORKS! That's one of the things I was missing Ivan. I got it working just as I was about to leave the house this morning. I had sort of made a mess of things last night, so I started from the beginning and worked myself through it. One of my tries last night was to change the CNCA0 to COM2, and I think it would have worked but I didn't have the hub2com set up correctly again I think. I tried so much stuff last night, I lost track of where I was at times. GRRRRRRRRRRRR!!! It was so frustrating! When I woke up this morning, I thought I'd have another go at it, and sure enough, I got everything set up correctly just minutes before I needed to get ready to get out of the house. Now, is this public knowledge, because I found little to no help searching the net for a solution in FS2004. I'm kinda wondering if this is well known, how come I never heard of it. Also, can I make it known by "Pinning" a post in the forums, or is that somehow a no-no. I just cannot believe through all my searching through the years, I never stumbled across this solution. I must have been so close, yet so far from the solution. But, WOW!!!! I am excited!! So the next question is going to be, will this work in Prepar3D? Scott
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