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Peter, last Winter I used Autosafe on my XP/FS9 without problems. Now I tried it again but cant get it to work.

Autosafe DLL is in the FS9-Modulesfolder and AutoSafe.cfg in the FS9-Folder.

When I open the window "Select flight" I find 20 Autosafe-Positions and the newly created ones dont work proper, this means the plane is airborne but its in cold + dark configuration. On the other hand AutoSafe.cfg reads Interval = 60, Files = 10 and in (Files) are 10 old Files shown. What can I do?

Regards Guenther

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Peter, last Winter I used Autosafe on my XP/FS9 without problems. Now I tried it again but cant get it to work.

Autosafe DLL is in the FS9-Modulesfolder and AutoSafe.cfg in the FS9-Folder.

Actually my program is not called "Autosafe" but "Autosave".

When I open the window "Select flight" I find 20 Autosafe-Positions and the newly created ones dont work proper, this means the plane is airborne but its in cold + dark configuration. On the other hand AutoSafe.cfg reads Interval = 60, Files = 10 and in (Files) are 10 old Files shown. What can I do?

AutoSave has absolutely no control over WHAT is saved. It simply calls the FS flight saving routine at the intervals you specify. Apart from the automatic naming of the flights it is the same as you doing it manually by pressing ; and entering a name, of using the Flight Save menu entry. Try those methods and I'm sure you'll find the same results.

So, it is some function of the add-on aircraft i assume you are using. You need to seek help in that direction.

Regards

Pete

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