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FSXA I can't save collected Addon airports


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In the Airports menu on the Main Panel, the 6th and 7th items control whether of not add-on airports are included in AirportList.dat. If you don't have one of them selected, then you won't be able to access TUPA.
Hi Don,
this is the one, which I didn't never. This I think is new at the new version.
Now it works with the new version.
I think Ray knew this trick.:cool:
Thank you for your efforts.

EDIT: No it is not new, I tested the old version. Perhaps this function was preselected. I didn't watch at this item, sorry.
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No, one of the options is new - the second. The other has been there for a long while. I guess you haven't relied on an add-on airport before.

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