I have a Windows 7 Premium 64 bit PC. This means my applications are put on \Program Files for 64 bits and \Program Files (x86) for 32 bits applications, that is defined by MS. FSX Planner is a 32 bit application so it will get placed on C:\Program Files (x86). However when I search for an airport and select it by double clicking, FSX Planner attempts to open the corresponding AP*.BGL file from a hard coded FSX installation directory (C:\Program Files\....) and as a result it cannot open the BGL file with the standard airport. Where can I change that setting? the FSX Planner settings does not have (unlike other applications) an option to specify the location of the FSX directory. It apparently assumes it without looking into the registry or even letting the user tell where it is. So, how can I fix that? is there an extra configuration file somewhere?