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Can't see lists....

Like in AFX, is there a way to see the lists of the parking spaces / numbers? Can't see lists of runways or anything except on the airport diagram. Maybe I expect too much from a freeware? in AFX you could check the parking display and see all the parking numbers, sizes, etc. Not in FSX Planner?
I use ADE9X as it's under continuous development. I'm not familiar with FSX Planner, but it seems to have not been worked on for a very long time... :confused:
Well I don't really use FSX Planner but checking on the Ribbon Bar I can't find a Lists function so if it is there it is not very obvious
Someone mentioned ADE9X and I've checked that out and like it far better. It's more like AFX but more sophisticated and the 'list' feature is prominent. Better yet, it's FREE! Not sure how AFX gets off charging $28