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  1. Hello Volker, FSC10 for FSX only ..... Prepar3Dv4 is the past, present and future! Stop thinking and start ...... ! I can imagine there are some/many hurdles to tackle but, as the two of you brought us FSC back in the days for FS9 and FSX, I and many more of us are counting on YOU to supply us a superb 64bits planning tool to use in for our P3Dv4 versions. Wishing you godspeed on this, Peter
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    PREPA3D V4.1 and FSC (answered)

    Thanks, that answer speaks for itself. It still is a very good tool. Kind regards, Peter
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    PREPA3D V4.1 and FSC (answered)

    Hello Volker, Can you recommend a temporarily workaround with databasemanager being used from previous version that we can incorporate in FSC9.7 to be used for P3D4.1 ? All until a descend fixed version is available... I'm back to using FSC 9.6, but rather wish to use the 9.7 (or 9.8 64bits) version :-) Goodluck and hopefully we see your solution quickly. Kind regards, Peter Souren
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    P3D V2 Compatibility

    Just found out as fas as the Prepar3d v2 Academy version is concerned there is no active FSX.exe anymore , only Prepar3d.exe. FSC 9.3 is unable to connect to Simulator :-( I do hope you will come to an agreement with LM about this. Best regards, Peter
  5. Hi all, Finally after buying the PMDG NGX B737 I noticed a small thing while trying to load a FSC flightplan in the a/c FMC in the CO Route. It seems PMDG has moved the NGX flightplans into a sub-folder other than the default one used by the 747 and MD11 Currently I have the following setup: D:\Games\FSX\PMDG\FLIGHTPLANS but PMDG NGX a/c FMC appears to load flightplans from another folder that has been added into PMDG dir eg : X:\...\FSX\PMDG\FLIGHTPLANS\NGX Did some else notice this too or is is just me ? So a workaround now is to create the flightplan in FSC9, find it in PMDG\flightplans and then manually move it to the subfolder \NGX. It's inconvenient but if FSC could manage to set some flightplans directory manually it would help a lot... (like it's possible for FC,FSInn,PM and Xplane) Yes I read some articles about "it's PMDG policy but now as it seems PMDG has deciced to change something. Nevertheless, very nice program, keep up the good work. Peter
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    PMDG NGX B737 flightplans

    newbie error sorry I will try again posting in the correct forum.
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    Holding pattern

    Just to add a follow up question ... It would be nice for newbies using flightsim default airplanes that do not have a FMC onboard if FSC , as it does supports the creation and display of HOLDINGS , why not a simple button function "Add to flightplan" same as with SID/STAR, becasue that is actually part of the FMC as well , right? Many regards, Peter
  8. Hi all, Finaaly after having the PMDG NGX B737 I noticed a small thing while trying to load a flightplan in the FMC CO.Route. It seems PMDG has moved the NGX flightplans into a sub-folder other than the default one used by the 747 and MD11 Currently I have the following setup: D:\Games\FSX\PMDG\FLIGHTPLANS but NGX has added D:\Games\FSX\PMDG\FLIGHTPLANS\NGX I cannot find a way to setup a different dir in NGX nor does FSC9 provide an alternate place for NGX. So a workaround now is to create the flightplan in FSC9, same is as PMDG and then manually move it to the subfolder \NGX. It's inconvenient but if FSC could manage to set the flightplans directory manually it would help a lot... (like it's possible for FC,FSInn,PM and Xplane) Why not an option to select the PMDG ? Yes I read some articles about "it's PMDG that defines the dir but now is seems PMDG has deciced something else again... Nevertheless, very nice program, keep up the good work. Peter
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