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Are there any options for FS2004 to save your flight situations automatically at certain timed intervals. For when I blow a landing and want to do-over. I think there was a utility for previous versions. Can't remember what the name was ?SteveCYYZ

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Steve,You are thinking of Autosave by Pete Dowson. It has been updated for FS2004 and is available at www.schiratti.com/dowsonDavid

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If you want to do it manually go Flights/save flight.Give it a unique name and you can always go back to that point.

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I've been looking for this file also, but according to your linked website it has not yet been updated for 2004. Have you sucessfully used it with 2004 or is there another updated file somewhere that I missed.Thanks


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Bob, Though I have not used AutoSave myself, I have read it works just fine in FS2004.Tony

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Steve,No problem at all.Bob F,Autosave is listed further up Pete's page as updated for FS2004 although it does not list FS2004 in the description. I have used it in FS2004 and it works perfectly.David

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Thanks everyone. I'm off to download the file and will install it tonight. Also thanks for the instructions on the knee board Denis. I'll give it a go.It's nice to have a place where you can get reliable information in a hurry.Bob


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