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Francisco Cerdan

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  1. Good Morning. I have a problem and I do not know how to solve it. For several reasons I had to uninstall and reinstall the Prepard3D v3.4, after I realized that the FSUIPC did not work, when I went to uninstall it to reinstall it did not have it in the Windows 10 Control Panel and now it does not let me install the FSUIPC4. Thank you. Order date: 2015-11-23 15:33:05 order = 1378599 Francisco Cerdán fcerdan@ceyce.com
  2. Peter, thank you for the nice contributions to the simulation community. My problem is that upon adding and activating some airports (that are not included in the default library) to my simulator and then running Make Runways, the output file r4.csv generated by Make Runways does not have some of the newly added airports. However, I see in that Make Runways read the content from the Scenery.cfg as shown in the Runways.txt file. This can be seen in the files posted in this link ( R4.csv, Runways.txt and Runways.csv ) https://www.dropbox.com/s/ctmqjfipgb8nmdt/Files-Make-Runways-Issue.zip?dl=0 The added airports that I can see well and are recognized by my simulator but do not show in R4.csv are LETJ and KCGX And here is my setup information: Simulator: Prepar3D 3.4.18.19475 Make Runways 4.694 Windows 10 I would very much appreciate help on how to make all active airports from my simulator show up in the R4.csv. This is the file format that AirHispania, the Virtual Airline I fly with uses as input for quality analysis of our flights Regards Francisco Cerdan
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