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Good evening.I have the last version of this files' converter.Each time i try to convert a .sca files ,i get a message error.'Data nicht gefunden....an addresse oe23:0388'What must i change in my file?;---------------------------------------------------------------------------; SCASM file generated by Airport Freeware Version 2.6 Build 157 for FS 2002; ROUTE.SCA lundi 6 janvier 2003 - 21:52:26;---------------------------------------------------------------------------; MagVar = 1.7;---------------------------------------------------------------------------Set( FSVERS 0x800 ) Header( 1 44.67250 44.42250 6.39250 6.14250 )LatRange( 44.42250 44.67250 )set( areamx 64 )Copyright( "ROUTE [Freeware Version 2.6 Build 157]" ); Road 1Area( 5 44:32.89913 006:15.96908 10 ) LayerCall( :Taglayer 16 ) Jump( : ):Taglayer RefPoint( 7 :TagPoly 1 44:32.89913 006:15.96908 V1= 10000 V2= 159 ) RRStart( 2 -8 42 0 50 ) ; 1 RoadCont( 4 0 32 ) ; 2 RoadCont( -47 0 -82 ) ; 3:TagPoly ReturnEndAThank youDaniel

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Check that your .sca filename is 8 characters or less! This is what was fouling me up when I first started playing with scm2vtp; we've all gotten so used to Windows extended filenames that we forget the DOS 8-character convention - and scm2vtp is basically a DOS program!I don't know enough about the actual coding to proofread the code you've provided, but check the filename length!Brian.

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Ok Brian,Thank for your reply but i don't think that route.sca is too long for a DOS program.Daniel.

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The error message "Datei nicht gefunden" means the program did not find the file. If you copy your route.sca file to the directory where SCM2VTP is stored the program should find the file.

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ok FALCO it works fine.The file was in the right directory and was the only one *.sca file.But stupidly,to the question name the file ?,i was answering the name i wanted for the output file.Sorry for this silly post and thank you for your converter.Daniel

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