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Title: Euroscope Set Up
Post by: Tom Maxwell on July 02, 2018, 07:44:05 am
I am new to controlling and am trying to learn and configure the Euroscope client.  I like the versatility in configuring the program.  I am struggling to understand the configuration file structure and workflow in using them.  If there is a resident Euroscope expert available who wouldn't mind mentoring me off forum or on, I will be very appreciative.  Thank-you!
Title: Re: Euroscope Set Up
Post by: Matthew Kramer on July 02, 2018, 10:50:21 am
Tom, Euroscope has its advantages, but most facilities in the US are geared towards using VRC (or vSTARS and vERAM). VRC is a bit easier to use, and might be a good starting place for you.
Title: Re: Euroscope Set Up
Post by: Jeffrey Sydenham on July 03, 2018, 03:50:48 am
Tom, Euroscope has its advantages, but most facilities in the US are geared towards using VRC (or vSTARS and vERAM). VRC is a bit easier to use, and might be a good starting place for you.

Also most facilities do not create sector files for euroscope, and although VRC file work in euroscope there is a lot of info not in the file.

and with that i do use Euroscope in ZME, however any student i train is done with VRC and i make it clear that VRC is primary tool used
Title: Re: Euroscope Set Up
Post by: Philip Harris on October 09, 2019, 08:29:05 pm
I am new to controlling and am trying to learn and configure the Euroscope client.  I like the versatility in configuring the program.  I am struggling to understand the configuration file structure and workflow in using them.  If there is a resident Euroscope expert available who wouldn't mind mentoring me off forum or on, I will be very appreciative.  Thank-you!

If you still REALLY want help and have not gotten used to VRC send me a message.
Title: Re: Euroscope Set Up
Post by: James Hiscoe on October 12, 2019, 04:56:54 pm
I am struggling to understand the configuration file structure and workflow in using them.

Welcome to the club.