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Everytime FS X quit, FSUIPC generate a file called "Previous Flight.FLT". I'd like to know whether possible to disable this feature.

Is that actually working on your system? Where is it savig it?

FS9 and before always produced such a flight, automatically. It was very useful for those who liked to set it as the default flight for loading next time, so they could continue from where they left their aircraft (parked, hopefully) last.

Sadly, Microsoft didn't do this in FSX -- though it does appear to save something in one of the Documents & Settings folders.

Why would you want to disable it anyway? What harm is it doing?

Regards

Pete

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Yes, it does works. The save files are (WX file, etc) saved in my document folder (deafult path for FS X to save a flight). I know it's created by FSUIPC because in the description it is said "saved by FSIPC".

No, it doesn't make any harm to my system, but as I ask to you, whether possible to disable the feature, cause I couldn't find any setting in FSUIPC to set.

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No, it doesn't make any harm to my system, but as I ask to you, whether possible to disable the feature, cause I couldn't find any setting in FSUIPC to set.

No there's no setting for it, just as there wasn't for the FS9 feature. It was meant simply to "correct" the FSX omission by Microsoft.

Regards

Pete

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