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Actigate Ini File??

Hi just downloaded actigate and when i try to open the actigate editor i get this message "No actigate INI file found, this editor will now close " what am i missing?:confused:
Nothing :D. Maybe I have not written it down in the readme clear enough, but an INI file is only created when ActiGate finds an aircraft that it can not match to an aircraft type. So in that case the name is written to the INI file and you cna use the editor to assign the aircraft type to it manually. But if there is no INI file that is no problem.
Yes, the DLL and the EXE go into the modules folder. The ActiGate.pdf file that comes with the "enduser" zipfile (part of the SDK), does explain the installation btw.