I'm using fsbuild 184.108.40.206. I normaly use the scratch_pad to import a flight plan.
I do enter the departure and Destination airports, altitude, SID and STARs and pres BUILD.I do get a
nice flight route. It is exported to FSX( i do delete the old .plns). Buth when I load the created flightplan ex(LOWI-EDDN.pln)
in FSX almost none of the waypoinst ect( that are in the FSBuild pln) are in the FSX flightplan even though waypoints do exist in FSX.
Is there a reason for that? And is there a other way, because at this moment I do have to make alot of changes in the FSX flightplaner.
The reason is that FSB does not use the FSX database to create plans - it uses the AIRAC from Navigraph. The FSX database is much older than the AIRAC and waypoints, nav aids, and procedures have changed. All you have to do in the FSX flightplanner is use the "Load" key and select the route that FSB created for you- it will be used even though FSX has no clue about the new data. You do not need to modify it with the "Plan Route" function or you will have issues.