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    • You mean you want to upgrade the database cycle from 1302 to 1511.   If you happen to have that cycle in PFPX format it would be nothing more than replacing some files.    But I guess you don't have. And neither NavDataPro nor Navigraph deliver old outdated cycles.    What you need to do is to buy one current cycle from any of the both providers and update all your add ons with it. 
    • The Prague airport celebrates 80 years this year and there was a document about it broadcast yesterday. Unfortunately in Czech language only: http://www.ceskatelevize.cz/ivysilani/11660566862-pribeh-letiste-praha/21656226622
    • Because we believe this topic has been answered we have closed it. If you have any more questions feel free to open a new topic.
    • not sure if aerosoft owns this anymore, but the f16's autoflap gauge isn't working for p3dv4 hf1 released today.  updating the content (not just client) seems to have fixed the speed brake issue but autoflaps isn't working like it does on the fsx version.     looks like the flaps_control.xml isn't talking to sccontrol.dll.   
    •   You hit that nail on the head.  Nothing but FSX on my 500 GB drive, but I still desperately need to install a larger disk right now or I must remove some things.  I have the disk, but want to make the jump to one of the 64-bit sims, . . . but that means a new machine, so that is delayed.   And I certainly understand about the time.  Poetry reading every week, which means I need time to write.   Oh, and by the way, nice route through the Alps.  Highly respectable.  But for me again with the time thing -- and I am still "full-up" with mountains after the Andes.