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Starting FSX Planner

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Hello

Sorry with my basic question:
I've got the FSXPlanner.jar file, and Java 1.5 is installed.

Could you explain me as clearly as possible how to launch FSXPlanner?

Thanks! Pierrot - FMEP
 

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double click on FSXPlanner.jar and it should start
 
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Just as Jon said, double click on the FSXPlanner.jar file.

Once we get to the final release there will be an installer and an .exe file to make it fit into windows properly. :)
 

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Just as Jon said, double click on the FSXPlanner.jar file.

Once we get to the final release there will be an installer and an .exe file to make it fit into windows properly. :)

In which case I recommend at least one dozen dll files plus an unspecificed number of other bits and pieces :)
 
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