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El Stevo

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  1. I'd like to second that request for an updated version of the FP template guide!
  2. I get the very same error since a couple of weeks. For some reason, PFPX now uses the aircraft's registration instead of the callsign used for the flight, and leaves the registration empty in the remarks section.. I got this error for the first time yesterday, while planning a new flight from my flight schedule. Plane is selected, flight has a (alphanumeric) callsign assigned to it. So just to clarify: Stephen, in your screenshot you can see that in the first line, a 'normal' callsign is submitted. (ESA7903), and the aircrafts' registration is placed in the remarks' section. (REG/ECETK). This is how it's always been for me. But for some reason, as of yesterday, I get the same outcome as Torben; it replaces the callsign with the aircrafts' registration, and leaves that blank in the remarks' section. (FPL-ECETK-IS while it should've started with (FPL-ESA7903-IS.
  3. I've found a rather interesting forum topic over at PPRUNE about the subject of PNR (Points of No Return). Have a read here: http://www.pprune.org/archive/index.php/t-273717.html Stefan
  4. Hi, I was wondering if it's currently possible to display the average winds on certain flightlevels on the OFP. For instance, KLM shows the AVGW on their OFP's for three different flightlevels. On the real OFP I have, they use FL310, FL200 and FL100. The planned cruising level for the particular flight the OFP was made for, was FL380. (Kristiansand to Amsterdam) I don't know for sure how the three flightlevels are chosen, but since we can choose the altitude of the windcharts we want to include in the OFP generated by PFPX, I thought it would be a neat feature to have. So incase I've missed a certain code in the new Flightplan Formatting guide 2.0, please let me know what code I can use to display the average wind on a certain FL/ ALT. If it's not possible, I'd like to take this opportunity to request this feature. Many thanks, Stefan
  5. Hi all, I recently reinstalled Windows 7 (64bit) and everything with it as usual. However, I'm unable to start the Extended Connected program so I can use the webserver.. It gives me the 'Side by Side comfiguration' error, both for the A318/19 and the A320/21. Any ideas? Everything else (like the configurators and route managers) work fine, and I have all the C++ and .Net Frameworks installed.. Thanks, Stefan
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