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compiling errors

I tried to compile an airport in FSXPlanner. The error checking was ok, but when I tried to compile it, I got this message:
INTERNAL COMPILER ERROR: #C2033: XML Parse Error (line, column, error)

ERROR: 127, 27, Vincolo pattern non riuscito.
My question is: how can I open XML file to find at line xx and column yy the bug? I tried with notepad, but without any result.
Can someone help me? thanks denic
 

scruffyduck

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Did you find the XML File. I am not sure if FSX Planner saves one but I can't be sure. If it does not then perhaps there is a setting that will save it? Notepad should open it with no problem.
 

scruffyduck

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So if you saved it an know the name of the file you should be able to open it..................
 
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