Another shower door sweep question

A quick learner from NC says:

My shower has a pivoting, framed door. There is no seal on the bottom of the door itself--it's in the frame. It appears to be shaped like the Greek letter Omega and is mounted in a track. It appears that the only way to remount any NEW seal back in the track would be to remove the door and the frame and slide it in and then reassemble. This is not going to happen. So...I need an alternative.

Attached find two pictures. One is of the bottom of the door. The gap just under 1/2 wide. The second is of the frame with the currently very broken, very grubby Omega shaped seal.

It's hard to see, but the brown line is the groove that the seal fits (used to fit!) into. If you look back towards the door pivot you can see the remnants of the seal itself.

User submitted photos of shower door hardware.
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
Hello, Biz. Could you use something like our 10-325? If not, can you remove a small piece of the sweep itself and show us a picture of its profile?
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