----- Original Message -----
From: "Greg Nuspel" <Greg.Nuspel@...>
To: "Davekaysalmon" <davekaysalmon@...>
Sent: Saturday, November 26, 2005 4:57 PM
Subject: Re: [Xcsoar-user] waypoints
> The decimal in the height did it. Thanks.
> Greg Nuspel
> Nature provides a free lunch, but only if we control our appetites.
> ~William Ruckelshaus, Business Week, 18 June 1990
> Davekaysalmon wrote:
>> All I can suggest is to drop the decimal point and the figure after it in
>> the height so ,2362.2F, becomes ,2362F, that might be causing a problem,
>> and also suggest capitals for first bit of name/description. So your
>> first would be 1,46:43.650N,13:47.983E,2362F,T,AFRitz churc
>> No guarantees, its all I can suggest looking at it.
>> Dave Salmon
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Greg Nuspel" <Greg.Nuspel@...>
>> To: "XCSoar" <xcsoar-user@...>
>> Sent: Saturday, November 26, 2005 4:28 PM
>> Subject: [Xcsoar-user] waypoints
>>> I don't know what I am doing wrong I've created a waypoint file that
>>> matches what is used in Condor, but XCSoar will not accept it. It claims
>>> parsing error for each line. Here is what a few lines look like:
>>> 1,46:43.650N,13:47.983E,2362.2F,T,afritz churc,
>>> 2,46:49.383N,14:44.766E,2867.5F,T,aichberg chu,
>>> 4,45:53.273N,13:53.118E,383.9F,TA,AJDOVSCINA,09/27 1200G
>>> Can anyone see the errors in my wicked ways?
>>> Greg Nuspel
>>> Nature provides a free lunch, but only if we control our appetites.
>>> ~William Ruckelshaus, Business Week, 18 June 1990
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