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    Posted: May-26-2011 at 11:12am
Good day ALL,
                    I understand that only costumers are allowed to access the support forum but usually i would peruse these threads to get a better understanding of the product. No big deal really.....i guess my question is,can a medium level simmer like myself fly this aircraft without a complete understand of FMC programming and is it possible to import FSX flight plans?
Love the product and would really like to buy it but don't want it parked up in a hangar all day because its too complex for me to get going.
 
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It is a complex simulation, so you should be willing to spend some time with the manuals.

The nice thing about products sold through Flight1, you have a 30-day refund option if you decide it is too complex for you. So risk free, really.
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It cannot import FSX Flight plans. They can be added by using some payware addons, and of course all flight plans once created can be saved.
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Thanks much guys, I'll give it a go and see how i fare !
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Hi Pos,
The FMC is a standard Boeing type.  If you can program other FMC's this one will be about the same.  When you move up to this type of simulation, you are adding a lot of real world stuff.
So really with the refund, you have nothing to lose.
I use FS Built  for my flight plans, for the FMC.
 
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Thanks Jerry, I'm downloading as we speak, as you've underscored, nothing to loose just knowledge gained.
 
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Make sure when installing you folloe these instructions TO THE LETTER! It will save you many problems.
 
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My Config manager wont save any info when adding a texture or anything can anyone help me!!
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Register you product here
 
 
Support issues will only be answered in the registered areas because of piracy. We also do not provide support by PM it is unfair on other users who post in the forums.
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