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    Can a DEFAULT flight be loaded on windows start up ??

    Hi,

    FS2004 plus all addons are pasted in my windows start up folder and all I have to do to fly on DEFAULT FS flight plan is press the enter button or click FLY NOW in FS menu.

    Could this be by passed ?

    Is there a way for windows to press on start up the button FLY NOW by its own ?

    This way, you can actually switch on the PC and after start up you are on the DEFAULT airport ready to go

    ???

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    Re: Can a DEFAULT flight be loaded on windows start up ??

    Hi,

    Open your fs9.cfg with notepad or similar and change show_opening_screen to 0

    Br,
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    Re: Can a DEFAULT flight be loaded on windows start up ??

    Quote Originally Posted by jounipyh View Post
    Hi,

    Open your fs9.cfg with notepad or similar and change show_opening_screen to 0

    Br,
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    !!!!!!!

    That's great

    I'll give it a try this afternoon....

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    Re: Can a DEFAULT flight be loaded on windows start up ??

    Thanks Jouni for the tip,

    Indeed it worked and now switching on the PC gives me my default flight without pressing even one button !!!!!

    THANKS

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    Re: Can a DEFAULT flight be loaded on windows start up ??

    OOOOpppsss

    Jouni,

    It does not show the opening screen and yes it opens the default flight, but all windows opened (EICAS, PFD/ND Display, etc...) are blank now. The windows exist, but the inside of the windows are blank. Just a hint, the same exists for the pedestal and overhead window that I opened. The external view window is ok on the other hand

    Any idea why is that happening ?

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    Re: Can a DEFAULT flight be loaded on windows start up ??

    Any idea ?

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