You are trolling me with your lack of basic understanding of things here.
To make a comparison, if the point of my message was in Russia, Siberia, you’re currently surfing on the coast of Cuba right now.
That’s how far all of you three answers have been so far to the point.
I didn’t ask for support from you but from the developers.
I already stated in my own original post why it currently works this way, for the flight plan at least, and that part is correct as part of ICAO rules. I never denied this, if you think I do, please use a translator or use ChatGPT to try and understand my post.
The problem is the identification part and if you still don’t understand the problem, don’t try to act like you know and try to help.
Identification on PAPER or ELECTRONIC FLIGHT PLAN, no dashes. Yes.
Identification on the plane documents, the plane left side, the plane under-wing, all have dashes [if the identification part start with a letter, and I am not talking about the country reference once again for people who are slow…]. It’s not so hard to understand that when you fly an actual plane in real life, you NEVER see the « no-dash » identification appart from the few minutes it takes you to fill a flight plan, which, you rarely even do when flying VFR [unless crossing a border, flying over water if distance to shore is higher than glide distance or 10x bla-bla-bla…]
You didn’t even grasp my original message and think you’re well placed to answer on it. You are effectively trolling.
If everyone took « it’s not that hard » at every little incoherence or blockade to advancement, you’d still be trading with sea-shells for food or basic services. You wouldn’t have modern society as we know it nor a computer to simulate a plane, well, planes wouldn’t have been invented yet.
So stop the conservative approach and step aside, thank you.
Honestly, a fix for this subtle issues is 5 minutes of code to add a string replace to the area that matters to you for FlightPlan/ATC purpose, and it’s clear that the developer was situated in a country where there are no dashes, like USA numeric format.