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  1. Take a look at this thread ==> http://forum.simflight.com/topic/71920-departure-gate-issue-with-fsx-and-fs-commander/
  2. I have no idea what FSC X is. The latest version is 9.2 What version number shows up when you load FSC?
  3. Try this pinned message at the top of the forum. http://forum.simflig...-or-incomplete/
  4. No. The button on the flight plan under OK that you use to select the starting spot. I've never tried the menu item. It might work.BUT after selecting your gate be sure to close the window before saving the flight plan.
  5. A suggestion. Press the button to select the departure gate, select gate, press button again to close the gate window and then save the flight plan.
  6. What WPTs are you using in your flight plan? I used OAIX KAVOG IVAGA SERGO PATOX HANGU DURKA KAVOG OAIX and saw no problem.
  7. Have you read this forum message ==> http://forum.simflight.com/topic/71613-error-message-fsc-92-database-for-flight-simulator-2004-missing-or-incomplete/
  8. The following paragraph is copied from the "Everyone Please Read" post pinned above. It may answer your question. Note also that FlightSim Commander is distributed through two sources. If you download directly from our website, then you need to register with SimMarket. If you buy the boxed version or download version from Aerosoft, you will be registered during installation. You CANNOT use the Aerosoft key for the SimMarket version and conversely you cannot use the key you receive from SimMarket for the Aerosoft version. If you expect to get the discount (for owners of 8.x only) you have to stick with the company where you bought/registered 8.x. That is, if you bought 8.x from Aerosoft you can only get the discount from Aerosoft. If you registered 8.x with SimMarket, you get the discount only if you register 9.x with SimMarket
  9. I recently downloaded a CHM file and it came with the following instructions: If you are using Windows XP SP2 or later and you are going to download the documentation in CHM format, you need to "unblock" the file after downloading it by right-clicking on it in Windows Explorer and selecting the "Properties" menu item, then clicking on the "Unblock" button (on Windows Vista this is within the "Security" options). Failure to unblock the documentation file may result in error messages including "Navigation to the webpage was canceled" due to Windows security restrictions. I don't know if the instruction was only for the file I downloaded or if it might apply to all CHM files. Give it a try, can't hurt.
  10. Volker: For the record, I normally run Vista 32 with UAC off. I get the error on closing. I also manually ran the FSC.exe as administrator and also get the error on closing.
  11. Volker: I am having the same problem as JJ after installing the 9.1 update. FSC appears to work fine until exiting. Upon exit I get the message that FSC has stopped working and that Windows is checking for a solution. My specs: 1. Flight Simulator version used : FSX 2. FSUIPC Registered copy Version 4.60 3. FS Commander 9.1 build 27-09-2011 4. Downloaded update version from your website 5. Operating System : Windows Vista 32 Tom
  12. The best way to save the FSC flight plan to a PDF file is to use a PDF printer. If you don't have one you can get a free one at http://www.bullzip.com/
  13. Maybe I don't understand the question but . . . In the flight plan window under the "OK" and above the Keys icon there is an icon that looks like a spreadsheet. If you click it, it will bring up the waypoint window. Select the "gate assignment tab and highlight the gate that you want to start at. Click the OK button back in the flight plan window. Now when you load the flight plan in FSX you will be at the gate or ramp you selected.
  14. Sascha: By the time I fly that route again I'm sure Richard will have fixed the database. I suppose it is a good thing that it takes 2-3 years to find errors in Richard's data. Thanks,
  15. 1. FSX Gold with Acceleration 2. FSUIPC 4.60a 3. FS Commander version 9.0 Build 23-11-2010 Database Manager version 9.0 Build 171110 4. Download version simMarket 5. Operating System Vista32 6. Airac Cycle 1013 I enter the following in the flight plan window CYBL ROYST J502 SEA J20 YKM KYKM and press OK. The flight plan that is generated goes to ROYST but instead of continuing south to SEA, it heads north to ANN then a long round about back to SEA. After some experimenting I determined that if I changed the flight plan to CYBL ROYST J502 YYJ J502 SEA J20 YKM KYKM, it works fine except that the generated flight plan makes no mention of the J502 between YYJ and SEA. While the J502 shows on the FSC map and both YYJ and SEA indicate that they are on the J502, the flight plan generator does not seem to recognize the J502 between YYJ and SEA. Can someone please give this flight plan a try and see if you get the same result? I don't need a work around as I can simply plot the way points and ignore the airway. However, if others are seeing the same result, this may be indicative of a larger problem.
  16. But isn't that the point? I use FSC to create my flight plan which I then load into FSX and Radar Contact both of which need the Cruise altitude for proper functioning. I would hate to have to manually modify the FSC produced flight plan for the proper altitude. If you elect to make a change to accommodate France and Brazil, I suggest setting the initial value based on the east/west odd/even criteria as you do now, but allow it to be adjusted in 1000 foot increments.
  17. Sascha: Your intention was to create a file with all the data used in an FSC flight plan so that the end user would be able to create whatever printed output was desired. However, this assumes that the end user has a knowledge of HTML, CSS or whatever other language can convert the XML data file to the desired page for printing. If the end user does not have this knowledge, the XML file is really no help. The "normal" print flight plan will create a nice formatted page. All the bullzip printer does is direct the printed output to a pdf file instead of the printer. This file can be opened later (using Adobe Reader, FS9 kneeboard . . .) without the overhead of FSC. I assumed that this was what Duke60 was looking for. I am not aware of any missing data or any other problem with your XML file.
  18. Duke60: If you simply want a copy of what would have printed if you selected "print flightplan," have you considered saving the flight plans as a .pdf file? There are a number of free programs that install a printer that creates a pdf file of what would otherwise have been printed. I tested the bullzip pdf printer and it works fine with Vista. It is at bullzip.com. A google search will undoubtly give you more choices.
  19. The official version from Navigraph contains a read me file with installation instructions.
  20. Get the latest version here ==> http://www.schiratti.com/dowson.html
  21. Please read this post viewtopic.php?f=155&t=74997
  22. While there is no "drag & drop" a simple right click will move a waypoint to the flight plan.
  23. I'm not sure the route string printed in version 8.4. If you install the latest patch to version 8.4.2, I think you will get the route string printed.
  24. The route string prints near the top of the General Flight Information. If you only print the Waypoint List, you will not see the route string.
  25. I can confirm Volkers's answer. I too am using airac cycle 0902 and when I put in your string I get KDTW DUNKS J70 PMM J547 OBK J100 SAKES BCE KLAS. When I then add the star I get KDTW DUNKS J70 PMM J547 OBK J100 GRNPA1.BCE KLAS I must admit that I am surprised that your string does not work with previous airac cycles since all your VORs should be in the previous cycles.
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