Fix to show FIS sectors on the map again. Only includes Germany.
All data was sourced from http://www.openaip.net/system/files/airspaces/openaip_airspace_germany_de.aip_1588554066 effective 29APR2020. (Login required)
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working installation of SkyDemon on Android, iOS or Windows PC and a valid
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- Remove all files from your SkyDemon’s
CustomData folder matching the name
Germany_FIS_Fix_DDMMMYYYY.airspace in order to prevent previous
versions to be shown.
On Windows computers you will usually find this at
C:\Users\< username >\Documents\SkyDemon\CustomData. On Android you will find it under
< Internal storage >/SkyDemon/CustomData.
- Unzip the contents of the downloaded archive to your SkyDemon’s
CustomData folder and make sure not to produce any subfolders!
- After unzipping you should find the following files:
README.md (you can delete this one afterwards)
Germany_FIS_Fix.png (you can delete this one afterwards)
- Now startup SkyDemon. If it has been running close and restart it.
- On a Windows PC go to the main menu and turn on
Other. On a mobile device tap the chart layer icon (three panes stacked on top of each other) in the bottom right of the map window and turn on
Now you should see multiple airspaces with a dark blue dashed border have appeared. If you utilize the “Whats here” menu you can check the frequency, too.
It didn’t work
Make sure, Other / Misc airspaces are turned on as described above. Zoom in closer to prevent the sector boundaries been hidden by SkyDemons automatic decluttering feature. You can check your settings while zooming in to Celle-Arloh airfield (EDVC) where the sector boundary should cross west to east right above the airfield and intersect another boundary at Berliner Heide gliderside about 10nm to the east. See the included screenshot for reference.
If you still do not get any sectors, check if you extracted the archive into your SkyDemon’s
CustomData folder without any subfolder. Make sure, you did not change any filename. If you need to correct something here, restart SkyDemon afterwards.
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- Florian Meissner, founder and front-man of Discovering Eagle.
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