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features:flight-plan [2017/08/02 17:27]
Andreas Breitschopp [Import from PMDG]
features:flight-plan [2018/11/10 16:58]
Andreas Breitschopp [Import from Prepar3D/FSX/FSW Flight Plan]
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 :i: Note: Additional parameters need to be entered in the [[features:​settings#​third_party|Third Party]] settings before synchronization can be enabled for these third party products. :i: Note: Additional parameters need to be entered in the [[features:​settings#​third_party|Third Party]] settings before synchronization can be enabled for these third party products.
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 +:i: Note: For synchronization with flight simulator itself FS-FlightControl cannot detect an already loaded flight plan, but only a flight plan change in flight simulator while FS-FlightControl is already running and connected.
  
 :i: Note: For Wilco/​FeelThere synchronization you need to manually save the FMGC state in the MCDU via ''​Data''/''​SAVE FMGC''​. After saving the FMGC state the flight plan data is automatically synchronized to FS-FlightControl. :i: Note: For Wilco/​FeelThere synchronization you need to manually save the FMGC state in the MCDU via ''​Data''/''​SAVE FMGC''​. After saving the FMGC state the flight plan data is automatically synchronized to FS-FlightControl.
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-Click on this button to import a flight plan from Prepar3D, FSX or FSW (format ''​.pnl'',​ FS2004/FS9 is supported as well).+Click on this button to import a flight plan from Prepar3D, FSX or FSW (format ''​.pln'',​ FS2004/FS9 is supported as well).
  
 In the file dialog popping up just select the flight plan file and open it. In the file dialog popping up just select the flight plan file and open it.