I followed the instructions to drop the unzipped folder into the Community folder. When I went into Microsoft.FlightDashboard I found that “Packages” and “Community” Folders were not there…? I made the folders myself and dropped the airport into it but don’t see it listed under airports when I search? Any help? Seems the default area isn’t in Watched Bases?
mods should be placed into:
Update 01.03 - added full path
Edit info: Yes, the manually installed add-ons should go into community folder within the packages folder as mentioned by @MagpulOperator.
I had originally shared the top level path (without the full path to community) because I found two add-ons to date that installed themselves above the community packages folder because this is also used as a storage folder by these add-ons as its installation path but don’t let this confuse you - just install into community but I wanted to share that add-ons also install themselves elsewhere and might still work if folders are referenced)
It is my understanding that the Steam version Microsoft.FlightSimulator is called Microsoft.FlightDashboard. I have nothing called Microsoft.FlightSimulator under localapp\packages.
It still doesn’t show in game.
I did find something similar through Steamapps\common\MicrosoftFlightSimulator\Packages it has some FS-Base-Onboarding type files in it? Should I put it there instead?
See if this post helps. This is for both MS Store and Steam versions.
All mods go into “Community”. This folder should have been created automatically by MSFS.
Thanks the community folder was in the Root of where I installed it… Strange. Thanks for help!