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ronzie

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Are there still any remaining problems with the format of FSX or FS9 .pln files being loaded into RC4.3?

 

We have had a few posts regarding this.

 

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Ron Ginsberg
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I'm currently using version 9.1 without problems. I import the FSC .pln to RC4.3, AS2012 and Aivlasoft EFB. All read the file correctly.

 

Can't remember if I had to change Windows decimal separator from , (comma) to . (period) in order to get the export working. Comma is the default value in Finland and some other european countries.

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Hello

9.2 here, no problems whatsoever

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Thanks all.


Ron Ginsberg
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Had to make sure that fsc was run as admin otherwise I would get a runtime error trying to open the plan in rc

 

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Louise

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