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nealmac last won the day on August 30 2017

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  1. That's all well and good, but if you own the busses, you might want to create a flight plan for those as well. I understand, it's a workaround, but a very minor update is all that's needed for this.
  2. Yeah it's working really well for me, but as Kendall said, the export options really need updating. We've had so many new aircraft in the last 12 months and it would be nice if we could have an update that would let us export for these aircraft.
  3. There has been no update to PFPX for a long long time now. That's why there's no option for exporting to the CRJ. However, the CRJ is a short range jet so usually, adding the flight plan to the FMC by keying it in manually doesn't take too long.
  4. I second a motion for a 64 bit version of Dublin. It's my local airport and I really missing flying in/out of it.
  5. Downvoting me for speaking the truth? For speaking facts? Real classy, Dirk.
  6. This is a really odd comment. For a kick off, the product will still work in FSX. So what's the problem? It's not like they are trying to take it off you. 64 bit is the future. Get used to it. From reading your post, I'm reading it, you come across as "jealous". It seems that you want all the enhancements that are only possible for a 64 bit platform and your 13 year old 32 bit platform. Look at it this way: Microsoft stopped mainstream support for windows 7 over 3 years ago, and all extended support will cease in 2020. It's called moving with the times. Would you expect Microsoft to still be supporting Windows XP? Of course you wouldn't. Also, would you expect developers to create software with Windows XP in mind? Again, of course you wouldn't. This is how life works. We move forward, and sometimes we pay money to do so. It's a fact of life.
  7. I tried manually installing NavDataPro into the CJ2 but it kept crashing my sim every time I loaded it up. It seems it needs Navigraph.
  8. PFPX is working really well for me too. However, I'm still interested in an update, because I have the CRJ since it was released last year, and we STILL can't export a flight plan format for it.
  9. Hi Jon, I'm not seeing a profile for the DC-10 on your site. Are you sure you uploaded it?
  10. In any case, the Carenado CJ2 is already P3Dv4 compatible. I use it myself.
  11. And what about people who would like to ask valid questions? I agree that the release date questions get tedious, but many people ask really good questions.
  12. David, yes it is compatible. UK2000 have made most (if not all) their airports v4 compatible. I agree with Tom though. It isn't exactly difficult to type "UK2000 Prestwick" into Google, and click on what will probably be the top link.
  13. Are they compatible with P3Dv4 though? v4 was a bit of a game changer unfortunately. Many older airports will work, but many could also ruin a good installation due to not being 64 bit compatible.
  14. For what it's worth, I'm using MyTraffic 6, and it's working flawlessly for me. It also worked flawlessly in v3. Installing it takes a bit of time, and there are some important steps you need to take, but once it's up and running you don't need to touch it again.
  15. Personally I love the fact that Aerosoft are on the ball so quickly and they keep the updates coming. I'd rather lots of updates for several problems much more than 1 update that never comes to fix 1 problem.
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