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#31
Please search for MSFS logs and try to reduce and modify the file that RouteConverter produces until it gets accepted
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#32
Hi Christian, I made a lot of changes, but it does not work and PC always crashed. Could you please compare two files enclosed ? One ( smaller one)  is working well and the other not. I can not find the reason why.  Best regards, Jaro


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#33
Hi Jaro,

start with creating small files with 2 positions with RouteConverter. With 183 KByte of size and 4299 lines, the reason for crashes can be everywhere.

An obvious point is:

<ATCWaypoint id="LKPR">
<ICAO>
<ICAOIdent>LKPR</ICAOIdent>
</ICAO>

vs

<ATCWaypoint id="Position 2">
<ICAO>
<ICAOIdent>Position 2</ICAOIdent>
</ICAO>

I guess MSFS has an internal database of airports – and RouteConverter declares every position to be an airport
<ATCWaypointType>Airport</ATCWaypointType>

And "Position 2" is not the code for an airport.


Please start with 2 Positions and put the correct airport code into the Description field in RouteConverter. Does that work?
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Christian
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#34
(07.04.2021, 19:16)routeconverter Wrote: Hi Jaro,

start with creating small files with 2 positions with RouteConverter. With 183 KByte of size and 4299 lines, the reason for crashes can be everywhere.

An obvious point is:

<ATCWaypoint id="LKPR">
<ICAO>
<ICAOIdent>LKPR</ICAOIdent>
</ICAO>

vs

<ATCWaypoint id="Position 2">
<ICAO>
<ICAOIdent>Position 2</ICAOIdent>
</ICAO>

I guess MSFS has an internal database of airports – and RouteConverter declares every position to be an airport
<ATCWaypointType>Airport</ATCWaypointType>

And "Position 2" is not the code for an airport.


Please start with 2 Positions and put the correct airport code into the Description field in RouteConverter. Does that work?
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#35
Hi Jaro, did you make progress with your experiments?
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