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When I try to save a plan using FSC9.6 to the \Flightplans\777 directory I get an error saying invalid path. I can save it to documents directory and move it manually. Is there a work around?


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You might want to contact Aerosoft for this issue (I believe they are the developer?)


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Yea, when I manually point it to the 777 path I get the error.

 

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Yea, when I manually point it to the 777 path I get the error.

 

Yeah, at that point, it's probably their code causing the issue. Check at the link I posted above. They'll probably be able to help you better there.


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Just a thought, have you got the necessary Permissions to modify the folder contents? If you Run FSC as Admin and the plan file exports without an error, you should check the Permissions on the sim program files folder. With Explorer, make sure the Users Group has Write and Modify permissions checked (saves Running as Admin).

Example with P3D located in Program Files (x86):

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Just a thought, have you got the necessary Permissions to modify the folder contents? If you Run FSC as Admin and the plan file exports without an error, you should check the Permissions on the sim program files folder. With Explorer, make sure the Users Group has Write and Modify permissions checked (saves Running as Admin).

 

Good point Steve. Didn't think of that, and that's my usual first step too...


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Good point Steve. Didn't think of that, and that's my usual first step too...

Hey Kyle, glad to help if I can. Best regards Steve.


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David, are saving the PMDG plan to the 777 directory so you can call from the FMS?


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Can you export any file anywhere?


Steve Waite: Engineer at codelegend.com

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You might want to contact Aerosoft for this issue (I believe they are the developer?)

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If you see something wrong with a post here you can report it to a moderator and let them take care of it..

And here was me thinking that PMDG wanted the help in maintaining their forum rules.......?!


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