Do you know a tool with which you can read out the logbook and visualize all previous flights on a map?
Not for the in-game logbook. But Little Navmap gives you a logbook and tracking, and a lot of other things
After your flight, LittleNavMap can save the flown trail as a GPX file, which can be opened in GoogleEarth.
That’s nice, but can it also visualize all the flights before that in total? I am flying with the C172 around the world right now and it would be great if I could display all the legs on a world map.
Of course I can do this manually, but it would be great if you could somehow read this from the logfile of the MSFS.
FSHub is pretty good. Keeps track of all your flights, and does display on a map every place you’ve landed. Whole bunch of other stats too.
I’m currently developing an in-sim window/app that imports flight records from this app (GitHub - SAHorowitz/MSFS2020-PilotPathRecorder: Record your flight path with key flight information archived during the Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 flights. Then export that data to a KML file to use with Google Earth for 3 dimensional flight analysis) and displays them on map. Other features include a logbook, flight planner that can import .pln files and make them into printable plans and a POH viewer.
I am pretty sure it (MSFS) needs to have a (binary/compresed) log buried for stats and total time.
I normally have LNM open, so mostly tracked but would be nice to recover it all.
My numerous flights from Miami to Nassau would scribble that whole area with tracks🤣
I am using Google Earth. By uploading your flight plan, it will display on the map and you can save it for future reference.
It would be great to have a tool that reads the Flightsim Log and plots it to a map.
It’s another third party tool, but I’ve been enjoying Volanta in addition to Little Navmap and SimToolkitPro.