This solves an error introduced in the previous update for FSX.
I just updated ACA2007 Light.
It adresses an error that sometimes occured with mixed use of uppercase characters in the word ‘Fltsim’.
This should be solved now.
This update fixes a bug in the ‘Duplicate Title’ search.
There were some reports that the startup scan of ACA2005 found a duplicate title while the error scan didn’t find one.
It was found that the startup scan found titles in which there were upper or lower case character differences in the titles, whilst the error scan did not take that in account.
This is fixed now and the error scan should also find these duplicate titles.
This update fixes two bugs.
- There was a bug in the error search routine for the *.air file. In some cases it did not report an error while the air file was missing.
- In some cases the Timetable did not find the corresponding Callsign/Airline name and left that part blank in the list.
Have fun with it, and if you like the program, maybe consider a donation.
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AIFPC is a program for compiling and decompiling flight plans in the TTools txt format to the native BGL format used by FS9 or FSX or back from the BGL files back to TTools format files.
The main difference between the FS9 and FSX BGL files is the way the times are stored. Although FS9 BGL files work in FSX you cannot use FS9 and FSX BGL files at the same time in FSX. FSX BGL files do not work in FS9
Another difference between FS9 and FSX is the numbering of the days. In FS9 the week starts on Sunday which has the number 0. In FSX the week starts on Monday with the number 0. So when using FS9 compiled flight plans there is a shift in the days. Flights who would departure on Sunday in FS9 will departure on Monday in FSX.
For this AIFPC has the possibility to renumber the days when compiling the flight plan.
To distinguish between the different BGL files AIFPC can automatically add FS9 or FSX to the end of the BGL file name.
Another feature is the possibility to batch compile/decompile flight plans. Just select more than one file in the selection window to do a batch compile or decompile.
AIFPC can be downloaded from the download page.