Could it be on one of your monitors other than the main one? It happens to
me if, for instance, I drag a Notebook readme file to monitor #2 and then
forget to return it to #1. Next time I open a Notebook file on monitor #1
and it doesn't appear, I know where it is.
I don't think it's corrupted; as such. If I open it and click on a saved situation, then FS9 will run. But that's where I open it with the mark 1 eyeball method.
Moving on, to an even more serious one. If I start FS9, having checked it to be running via Task Manager, there's no sign of it on screen, beyond its title appearing in the open prog area of the tak bar.
Several giant steps, backwards, for mankind.
Mike Lucas <mhlucas@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote :
I can't find ANY reference in any of FS9's config files to where saved flights go. So I deduce that they will always to be located in the default folder ..\<FS9>\Flights
In which case - is this folder somehow corrupt on your rig?
Mr Winskill wrote:
> I do hope someone can come up with ideas to prevent me having to do yet
another FS9 installation.
> When I select, from the menu, either Flights, Select a Flight, or Save
a Flight, the outcome is the same; the programme goes to a black screen inside
the FS borders and hangs. The prog can be stopped only via Task Manager, which
shows it as not responding.
> It seems as though it can't find the folder in which files are stored. I
can't see any reference to the folder's location, in the FS9.cfg file.
Incidentally, I do know where the folder is.
> Does anyone know where FS9 holds the info on the storage folder's
> Gerry Winskill
> NOCC, http://nocc.sourceforge.net
___________________________________ NOCC, http://nocc.sourceforge.net
-- No virus found in this incoming message. Checked by AVG Free Edition. Version: 7.1.407 / Virus Database: 268.12.13/463 - Release Date: 10/4/2006