README.TXT - TaskView ATO/ACO Parser Version 3.2 Program...

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*********************************************************** * * TaskView ATO/ACO Parser * * Version 3.2 * *********************************************************** *********************************************************** * * Program Overview * *********************************************************** Note: If necessary, choose Word Wrap from the Notepad Edit menu, or Wrap from the WordPad View/Options. TaskView provides electronic access to United States Message Text Format (USMTF) Air Tasking Order/Confirmation (ATOCONF), Air Tasking Order (ATO) and Airspace Control Orders (ACO). TaskView displays the data contained within these messages in a variety of formats, including tree structures, tabular layouts, formatted fields, and raw text. In addition, when installed as part of the PFPS mission- planning environment, TaskView provides graphical views of message components and can automate the construction of partial missions by utilizing the information contained within the ATO/ATOCONF and ACO. *********************************************************** * New Features *********************************************************** 1. Parses start and end times for missions and airspaces 2. Utilize point data within the ACO to enhance stick routes and mission building 3. Table View Enhancements: Show multiple points within a single cell Show SCL or configuration data
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