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Hi,this is a great little program to make our flightsimming experience a little more realistic as well as adding a chuckle factor to it all.Is the any way to save an XPax state based on the status of a flight. Intercontinental flights in real time (a necessity when flying for a VA) sometime do need to be saved and resumed at a more convenient moment. Is there any way XPax could read the aircraft state at the moment of the save and restart at the same postion as it left off? eg. number of pax and their respective approval ratings plus aircraft stats such as altitude etc?If I may also make a suggestion...it would be neat if we could have a bit more interaction between flight attendants and the flight deck from time to time. FS2Crew has something similar to this on their PMDG 744 version.Keep up the good work!Cheers! :-beerchug and Happy Holidays to you all!Tony

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>Hi,>>this is a great little program to make our flightsimming>experience a little more realistic as well as adding a chuckle>factor to it all.>>Is the any way to save an XPax state based on the status of a>flight. Intercontinental flights in real time (a necessity>when flying for a VA) sometime do need to be saved and resumed>at a more convenient moment. Is there any way XPax could read>the aircraft state at the moment of the save and restart at>the same postion as it left off? eg. number of pax and their>respective approval ratings plus aircraft stats such as>altitude etc?>>If I may also make a suggestion...it would be neat if we could>have a bit more interaction between flight attendants and the>flight deck from time to time. FS2Crew has something similar>to this on their PMDG 744 version.>>Keep up the good work!>>Cheers! :-beerchug and Happy Holidays to you all!>>TonyI was going to try ASAP to save an FSX flight and just leave Xpax running in the backround and resuming the flight later on to see what happens. Possibly a temp solution for now. Unless of course you turn your machine off which I rarely do. Just to blow the cobwebs and dust out of the heatsinks :(.

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Well I tried just about everything to save and resume. No go. Only thing that works is to pause FSX and leave it connected. But with some addon AC it runs outta memory for some reason after about 6 hours.

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