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  1. 3 hours ago, Dirk.M said:

    Sorry, but you sold it for FSX and P3D for the same money, and now you say for FSX its over.

    This is not ok, this is a diskrimantion for the fsx-user.
    I spend a lot of money in mein flightsim with FSX and I'm not able to spend this amount in P3D.

    Aerosoft, with this, you are cicking in your own goal.

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    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.

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  2. 17 minutes ago, privateer78 said:

    A suggestion for the preview section:

     

    Please consider making the preview posts "read-only" for forum users. That way viewers would only see posts by the developers/Aerosoft with screenshots, and wouldn't have to search through hundreds of "Any news?", "Release date?" or "I hate Aerosoft for making x and not y" posts to see the relevant screenies. If neccessary, the could be a separate discussion thread where these things could be posted over and over again. What do you think?

    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.

  3. 23 minutes ago, Rihards said:

    These two airports have amazing freeware sceneries that work in FSX and P3D.

    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.

  4. What do you mean by "doesn't support simbrief"? NavDataPro charts is a standalone app that you use for viewing charts. Whatever flightplanner you use is irrelevant.

     

    Unless I've misunderstood your question.

  5. 16 hours ago, Griffin78 said:

    The forum went tech today which is something that happens from time to time and isn't a big deal.

    However I still think it would be a good idea to just put a short message on Aerosoft's facebook. and maybe somewhere on AS website regarding it.

    To be fair, there was a messsage at the top of the forum page for the past couple days warning people in advance.

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  6. On 1/30/2016 at 5:17 AM, CXA001 said:

    I thought I would add my five cents to this thread as I have been experiencing horrible frame rates w/ P3D v3.1 and the Aerosoft Airbus especially with Active Sky Next and any payware scenery especially on landings where my FPS would drop to 8-12 FPS which made landings next to impossible.

     

    After much searching, etc. it came down to hyper-threading on my Intel CPU. I disabled hyper-threading in my BIOS and then adjust my affinity mask in my Prepar3D.cfg as follows:

    [JOBSCHEDULER]
    AffinityMask=X

    To determine what value X should be you can use the following Mask Calculator http://www.gatwick-fsg.org.uk/affinitymask.aspx

     

    Since applying this, the Aerosoft Airbus performance has much improved.

    Is there a similar exercise that I could use for FSX?

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