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Been using SFP (beta 2)and checking it out. Was able to runthe data base and it seems to work fine.Does anyone know how to create a flight plan by clicking onan airport and then to another site (VOR, airport orwhatever) and have the flight plan line show up on the map asyou create the flight plan. Which mouse button do i use toclick on and add it to my flight plan so i can see it on themap.Sometimes i get lines to show up and sometimes not ? Also, how do you get the flight plan loaded into FSX so itshows up on your gps map ?Thanks for any help you can provide.

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HelloHover your mouse over an airport, a box describing the airport will appear, Right click on the airport > select send to plan > add as last.When you select an object such as a vor or ndb it will turn redTo get the plan into FSX/FS9 go to the flightplan menu at the top of the screen and select export, export the plan as flightsimulator 2002/2004 v4.0.0.89 format.then load the plan into FSX/FS9 as usual through the FSX/FS9 flightplannerhttp://www.freewebs.com/reading1871/30.jpg

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>Been using SFP (beta 2)and checking it out. Was able to run>the data base and it seems to work fine.Alex has just uploaded SFP Open Beta V3 of his Super Flight Planner. I havent had a chance to use it very much as yet but the 'Overlap' feature is handy. You just hover your mouse over a bunch of Navaids and press the 'Alt' key with the left mouse button to pull up a list of all the available Navaids to chose from. He really is very active at improving this flight planner.Paul

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>Hello>Hover your mouse over an airport, a box describing the airport>will appear, Right click on the airport > select send to plan>> add as last.>When you select an object such as a vor or ndb it will turn>red>To get the plan into FSX/FS9 go to the flightplan menu at the>top of the screen and select export, export the plan as>flightsimulator 2002/2004 v4.0.0.89 format.>then load the plan into FSX/FS9 as usual through the FSX/FS9>flightplannermad dog,if you have FSX you don't need to export the plan any longer. Just use Flight Plan->Save and choose FSX GPS as file type.

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