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Frans Jeijsman

Save and load plans (answered)

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L.S.

I spent hours and hours on many days working on flight plans and storing but the structure
to save or retrieve files  I do not succeed.
I have read the instructions carefully but do not get out.
If I was succesfulle on a day, later I't das not work.
On 23-11-2017 made a plan from Amsterdam to Paris that I wanted to continue a day later.
The file stored in a location where P3D can also find it. on 24-11-2017 the file could not be found by FSPC
while the explorer indicated that it existed and also P3D wanted to load it. And FSPC referred to that path (it was not a readable plan)
The entire menu structure of SAVE / LOAD and LOAD is unclear. Although I bought this program,
I consider returning to Plan-Gv3 Unless someone can explain to me how it should be done.
Many thanks in advance

Windows 10 Prepar3D v4
Frans Jeijsman

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Hi Volker

FSPC is a mistake. You have to read FSC there.
When I clicked this message I made a mistake.,
The report remains as I have experienced. Although "Imortant Pleas read attentively" I have read carefully before, I will test it again.
You will hear from me,

Than you for your reaction,
Frans Jeijsman

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FSC cannot load P3D or FSX flightplans.  The FSC flightplans are installed in the fsc9\\flightplan\fsc directory.

 

Tom

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