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Hi - I have created custom flows etc.

I want to update MCE to the latest version.

I will go into control panel and uninstall MCE.

Should I backup my custom flows before executing the new downloaded install file ?.

 

 


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1 hour ago, ozflyer said:

Hi - I have created custom flows etc.

I want to update MCE to the latest version.

I will go into control panel and uninstall MCE.

Should I backup my custom flows before executing the new downloaded install file ?.

 

 

Your custom flows are typically saved to \My Documents\Multi Crew Experience\MyVoicescripts\.... folder.

You won't lose them following an upgrade.

Also, when a flow with a specific trigger sentence exists inside one of those subfolders it never gets overwritten, even when you reset MCE to factory settings.

Only backup to cover the case of failed hard drive altogether.

Do not edit the checklists we ship directly inside MCE installation folder. Those files will go when you un-install.

Instead, copy one of them you intend to edit, paste it somewhere else, make whatever changes you want and assign it as your custom checklist

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On 3/21/2018 at 12:26 AM, FS++ said:

Your custom flows are typically saved to \My Documents\Multi Crew Experience\MyVoicescripts\.... folder.

You won't lose them following an upgrade.

Also, when a flow with a specific trigger sentence exists inside one of those subfolders it never gets overwritten, even when you reset MCE to factory settings.

Only backup to cover the case of failed hard drive altogether.

Do not edit the checklists we ship directly inside MCE installation folder. Those files will go when you un-install.

Instead, copy one of them you intend to edit, paste it somewhere else, make whatever changes you want and assign it as your custom checklist

Thanks Gerald.


Jeganathan Harishanker (YSSY)

i7-7700k @4.9GHz, ASUS Maximus IX Hero, 32 GB RAM @3200MHz, GA GTX 1080 G1, 2 x M.2 NVME Samsung EVO 256 GB, Kraken X61, 55" 4K TV @30Hz,  P3D v4.3, MCE, GSX, ASP4, FSUIPC, PMDG 747 v3 & 737 NGX, QW 787

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