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I want to see the details stored in the pilot log from xplane and do some reporting from it (basically pull the data and make some charts in excel).

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The text file is located under Output > logbooks. X-Plane Pilot.txt is the main one by default, unless you're created and used a new one.

In X-Plane it's found under File > logbook.
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I have no files in that directory, however I see data under File>Logbook.

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I suppose your OS could be hiding the document, but as far as I know, if the file is missing or deleted, X-Plane will recreate it at the end of the next run. It will log flights as long as the plane has been active (not paused) for 3 minutes or more.

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