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FSUIPC 7.2.13 provides wrong path for flight plans folder


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I upgraded FSUIPC7 from version 7.2.10 to 7.2.13 within the same MSFS version (SU7, For the tests I didn't change the aircraft. Nothing has changed on the MSFS side while I was testing.

I can reproduce it by simply uninstalling one FSUIPC version and then installing the other version and vice versa.

The output at offset 0x1000 with 7.2.10 is correct:

The output at offset 0x1000 with 7.2.13 is wrong:

Again, the only thing which changes between the tests is the version of FSUIPC.

I don't know how FSUIPC is getting the information about the folder name for the MSFS flight plans, but it also might be that the source of the issue is not FSUIPC itself but the latest MSFS SDK.

Thanks for looking into this.


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Hi John,

1 hour ago, John Dowson said:

I presume that you are using an MS Store installed version

Yes, correct. Sorry for not having mentioned this before.

1 hour ago, John Dowson said:

Could you tell me where your MSFS UserCfg.opt file is please - in your LocalState folder or LocalCache folder?

In LocalCache

1 hour ago, John Dowson said:

Also, please attach your FSUIPC7.log file.

I have created two log files, one with 7.2.10 and one with 7.2.13. I have taken the liberty of removing the personal data from the files.





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  • 5 months later...
On 5/15/2022 at 10:31 PM, anscad said:

What would the actual path to the saved flight plans be though?

This depends on the MSFS version - whether you have an MSFS install or a steam install. For the latter, it is under 
      <USER>\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft Flight Simulator


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