Advanced Lists

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There are 5 different lists available in EuroScope. In addition to those standard lists, additional lists can be added by plugins (for example the Holding List Plugin). All those lists have three small buttons located on the upper left corner of the list window.

The first button on the left defines the size of the list window. The following options are available:

  • unlimited - in that case, there is no limit to the number of lines in the list window. The lists shrinks or expands according to the number of aircrafts.
  • maximum nn - in that case, the window has a variable size according to the number of aircrafts and expands only to the maximal size indicated by the nn parameter.
  • fix nn - in that case, the window has a fixed length and displays the nn first items.

The second button allows you to define which items are to be displayed in the list window. Full details are described below.

The third button opens the List Columns Setup Dialog to completely customize the lists up to your needs. Full explanation is given at the end of this page.

By clicking on the header of a column in each list, the order of the aircrafts in the list can be changed. This can be saved in the settings file.

The Sector Inbound List

The Sector Inbound List keeps track of all aircrafts that will enter your sector but are not currently inside. This strip is mostly read only, You can use that list only for ongoing coordination (as described in Controller To Controller Communication). The default order of this list is by the estimated sector entry time.

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As default the following fields are available in that list:

  • RUNW - Assigned runway
  • C/S - Aircraft callsign
  • PSSR - Current squawk number
  • ATYP - Aircraft type
  • WTC - Aircraft category
  • COPN - Sector entry point name
  • ETN - Sector planned entry time
  • PEL - Sector planned entry level
  • ETA - Expected time of arrival
  • ADEP - Departure aerodrome
  • W - RVSM indicator
  • FR - Flight rule (can be I, V or S)
  • ADES - Destination airport
  • COPX - Sector exit point name
  • ETX - Sector exit time
  • XFL - Sector exit level
  • STAR - Assigned STAR
  • SI - Sector indicator (cant' be modified)
  • ASSR - Assigned squawk number

The Sector Exit List

This list displays all information about the aircrafts which are inside your sector and tracked by you. You can modify some of these parameters by clicking on it. In some cases, a popup menu appears like in the detailed TAG and allows you to modify this parameter. The default order of this list is by the estimated sector exit time.

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As default the following fields are available in that list:

  • RUNW - Assigned runway
  • C/S - Aircraft callsign
  • ATYP - Aircraft type
  • WTC - Aircraft category
  • PSSR - Current squawk number
  • AFL - Aircraft current altitude
  • CFL - Aircraft temporary altitude
  • ADEP - Departure airport
  • SID - Assigned SID
  • ADES - Destination airport
  • ETA - Expected time of arrival
  • RFL - Final or cruise altitude
  • FR - Flight rule (can be I, V or S)
  • W - RVSM indicator
  • COPX - Sector exit point name
  • ETX - Sector exit time
  • XFL - Sector exit level
  • ASSR - Assigned squawk number
  • STAR - Assigned STAR
  • SI - Sector indicator (can't be modified)

The Departure List

The departure list shows you all aircrafts currently on the ground on one of your active departure airports. In this list You can assign all essential data for the aircrafts and keep annotations on their current clearance status.

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As default the following fields are available in that list:

  • DSQ - Assigned departure order
  • C/S - Aircraft callsign
  • ADEP - Departure airport
  • ATYP - Aircraft type
  • WTC - Aircraft category
  • RUNW - Assigned runway
  • SID - Assigned SID
  • COPN - Sector entry point name
  • CFL - Aircraft temporary altitude
  • ASSR - Assigned squawk number
  • E - Clearance receive flag
  • COPX - Sector exit point name
  • XFL - Sector exit level
  • ADES - Destination airport
  • RFL - Final or cruise altitude
  • FR - Flight rule (can be I, V or S)
  • W - RVSM indicator
  • STS - Ground status

The FlightPlan List

The flighplan list displays all flightplans based on actual radar traffic and simulated traffic.

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As default the following fields are available in that list:

  • C/S - Aircraft callsign
  • ADEP - Departure airport
  • ADES - Destination airport
  • STS - Flight status
    • NOTST - not started
    • SIMUL - simulated traffic
    • TERM - terminated

You can filter what flight plans are to be shown. The filters are the followings:

  • I - Show IFR flight plans
  • V - Show VFR flight plans
  • C - Show correlated flight plans
  • U - Show uncorrelated flight plans
  • O - Show concerned flight plans
  • N - Show unconcerned flight plans

The Arrival List

The arrival list displays all traffic that arrived at an active airport.

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As default the following fields are available in that list:

  • C/S - Aircraft callsign
  • TXT - Scratchpad

CARD (Conflict And Risk Display) list

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The list shows warnings (yellow) based on the profile altitudes and alerts (red) if the planes are cleared for the conflicting levels. As default the following fields are available in that list:

  • TYPE - The type of the conflict ('ALERT' or 'WARN')
  • C/S - Conflicting aircrafts' callsigns
  • START - Starting time of the expected conflict
  • END - Ending time of the conflict

Conflicts are detected when horizontal separation is less than defined in the Conflict Alert Settings Dialog and the intersection of the vertical limits (between the actual and cleared levels) is not empty. Conflict is not detected when the calculated profile is below the minimum (final or temporary). Press and hold the right mouse button over any line in the file to show the conflict detection tool for the planes of that line.

List Columns Setup Dialog

This dialog allows to the user to customize the way strips are reacting when the user clicks on an item.

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There are four columns in this dialog:

  • Item type - the user can choose in the Tag item type popup menu which characteristic applies to the selected item.
  • Header name - chosen abbreviation for the selected item
  • Width - the width of the column in characters.
  • Align to center - this parameter can be set with the "Align to center" checkbox to align to center text in the column for the selected item.
  • Left button function - this popup menu allows the user to choose in a list of preset actions to apply when the user left clicks on an item in the strip.
  • Right button function - this popup menu allows the user to choose in a list of preset actions to apply when the user right clicks on an item in the strip.
  • Coloring dropdown list - You can assign different colors to list items. Those colors match the relevant datablock items in the Symbology Settings dialog.

The different buttons "Add item", "Item up", "Item down" and "Delete item" allows the user to add, move up or down or delete an item in the dialog.


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