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I am developing an airport for X-Plane 11 in WED. I do not know the reason but when I open it in X-Plane it opens without apparent problem but it always shows me a little window with an info message that says:


There was a problem loading the scenery package:

Custom Scenery/Loring - El Molar/

The scenery may not look correct.

Please see the Log.txt file for detailed error information.


My problem is that X-Plane does not creates the log.txt file. I know that by default the program creates the log at the default X-Plane folder (in my case "C:/X-Plane 11") but don't mind how many times I open the program or what error happens (even when the program crashes and close) the log.txt file is not created. I also read that by X-Plane installs itself by default at desktop, so I tried also to move it there but there is no change. By the way, I am using Windows 10.

I do not really know what more can I do. Could you please tell me if there is a way to force the program to create the log or tell it to do it at some specific route? I you need more info please ask me what you need to know.

Thanks in advance and good weekend to all.


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Hi Jose - X-Plane should produce a fresh Log.txt file every single time that the app is opened. Is WED open at the same time while you are opening X-Plane? Thanks!
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Hi thomson - I realized a few weeks ago that don't mind if WED is open or not X-Plane never produce log.txt in my computer. I have tried repeatedly both situations (WED open or close) and is always the same. I can't understand why, but it is making me crazy. indecision I assume that it should always be produced a the root X-Plane instalation folder. Just in case, I searched for it throughout the hard drive and don't exist.