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Thomas Molitor

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  1. Nothing changed. FSX is supported as it was before.
  2. As I said my priority right now is MSFS. And to be honest as a developer I don't like the P3D versioning concept of breaking stuff with each version. I might reconsider it if there is enough demand. Regards Thomas
  3. No P3D support. I think most people will move to MSFS anyway and that's why I won't add it. But FSFK will still run, but won't fill out Airports automatically for example. Regards Thomas
  4. As promised: http://www.flightkeeper.net/Downloads/FSFKB1790.zip This beta is provided as is. FOR ADVANCED USERS ONLY! Support only here. NO EMAIL SUPPORT! Currently known MSFS limitations: MS Store and Steam versions should be detected automatically, but I didn't had the chance to fully test the Steam and DVD version ACARS Device gauge and the Core module are not supported due to technical limitations (old native C++ Gauges/DLLs not allowed to run inside MSFS) I will consider to port the ACARS Device to the new MSFS WASM framework at a later t
  5. FYI: FSFK v3.6 Beta 1 with support for MSFS should be out soon. Hopefully tomorrow. Regards Thomas
  6. I think that apps using FSUIPC need to be running in the same user and elevated right context as the FSUIPC process. So if you use FSUIPC as admin FSFK needs it too. Otherwise the app cannot read the shared memory used to talk to FSUIPC. Thus the IPC errors.
  7. I run latest MSFS and FSUIPC 7 Beta and it works fine.
  8. Yes. But some features won't work any longer (e.g. gauge, core module). Current version will work with some limitations. So you can already use it now. No time window for release yet. Cheers Thomas
  9. Also check if your settings are correct. Maybe you changed something there? Thomas
  10. Hi, maybe you missed a waypoint of your flight plan? This tab is only updated if you reached the waypoints in your plan. Regards Thomas
  11. No. The FSMap databases are located under "C:\Users\[userName]\AppData\Local\FSMap". The ones for FSX are named *2006*.dat. But I think that the gauge might fall back to the FS2004 mode as it doesn't "know" P3D. You might try to duplicate those 2006 files and replace 2006 with 2004. Thomas
  12. I haven't tried the gauge in P3D. But I guess it should treat P3D as FSX and thus load the FSX NV DB if available. Thomas
  13. Prepar3D is not supported. It's planned but I cannot give you an exact at this time. But there should be no problem except for the NAV DB and the gauge installer. Regards Thomas
  14. It's planned, but I currently cannot tell you any release date. Regards Thomas
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