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Hans Hartmann

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  1. No sorry. No version of the CRJ Pro works with Windows 7.
  2. Leonardo, Navigraph and myself are still in contact about this. Something indeed went wrong, but it's too early to say what exactly. I'll let you know as soon as I know more.
  3. Did you log in with another user account than "Mokwa"? That would explain the error message.
  4. As I can not reproduce the problem, I added some error handling code to the updater which should, at the very least, avoid any crashes while retrieving the version number from the Steam MSFS. Please give this version a try and let me know if it fixes the issue: ASUpdater_1600_Test.zip (unzip to <Documents>\Aerosoft\ASUpdater and replace existing files). Thank you.
  5. As I can not reproduce the problem, I added some error handling code to the updater which should, at the very least, avoid any crashes while retrieving the version number from the Steam MSFS. Please give this version a try and let me know if it fixes the issue: ASUpdater_1600_Test.zip (unzip to <Documents>\Aerosoft\ASUpdater and replace existing files). Thank you.
  6. It will remain NavDataPro/Navigraph for the time being. If NavBlue data improves and when an SDK for accessing the data becomes available, I might add this as a third option.
  7. Yes, there is a curve in the glass, but it has been there in the CRJ Pro already. So nothing new.
  8. https://youtu.be/ni8Xpei7nv8 I made a short (and crude) video about how things currently look. After removing a major roadblock, it felt like the right time to share.
  9. OK, that's the content folder. But it's not really the problem here. Please open Steam and select "Steam" -> "Settings" from the menu. In the Settings window select "Downloads" on the left side and then click "STEAM LIBRARY FOLDERS" on the right side. You should see something like this: If you have more than one library folder (like I in my example), Steam asked you where to install MSFS. If not (or if you just clicked "Continue"), the default folder has been used. How does this window look on your system and which library did you use for MSFS?
  10. 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.
  11. That's correct. You only can remove discontinuities on the LEGS page in a CRJ, not the F-PLN page.
  12. This is a lot more helpful as it shows me the precise location where the error occurs. I use Steam as well. It's installed in it's usual location in C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam and I use a separate library located in D:\Steam where I also installed MSFS. Please tell me the following things: a) Did you install Steam to a different location than the default C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam ? b) Do you use any additional steam libraries other than the default on in the Steam installation folder? If yes, please tell me where these are located and in which one you installed MSFS. Thanks a lot!
  13. This looks very much like the NavigraphOIDC.dll issue discussed earlier in this thread.
  14. 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.
  15. Hmm. Weird. But OK. As long as it works. Sounds a bit like a broken product file that. May be something I didn't see.
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