Recently we have seen a lot of codes used to unlock our products being offered for discounted prices. Almost all of them are bought using stolen credit cards. These codes will all be blocked by our systems and you will have to try to get your money back from the seller, we are unable to assist in these matters. Do be very careful when you see a deal that is almost too good to be true, it probably is too good to be true.

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  1. 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.
  2. I asked all our staff to test this (as it is so simple), we are unable to recreate this on any of our systems. I am stumped by why it could happen.
  3. And that single one is the only one that is probably problematic. It's not a traffic radar.
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  5. Bur again, client updates are causing massive problems. We seriously advise full installs. If the add-ons are up to 2017 standard they will be not need re-installing.
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  7. Just a very quick update on progress..... Things are going well, honestly. Most work is at this moment on enhanced systems and the EFB that needs to not only handle all manuals, flows, checklists, takeoff and landing checklists but also Navigraph and NavDatapro charts. Time consuming but all doable. We had a few issues with the semi intelligent co-pilot in regards to GSX2 (after a GSX2 update) but we think we solved this. Our biggest show stopper at this moment is the fact RealLight does not want play with P3D PBR lighting. TFDi's RealLight is the best option for serious lighting in a VC (our A320 series has the largest amount of dimmable lights of any add-on) but at this moment it simply does not work with P3d V4.5 when we use PBR in the optimal way. As we have explained we do not want to add a PBR layer to an aircraft but have it incorporated from the start. That makes it works a whole lot better and reduces loss of framerates and memory. In two weeks we'll show images showing the difference. It's big. We REALLY want to use the latest compilers to make sure customers get an up to date product. We are hoping that TFDi and Lockheed are able to solve this issue soon. We are far from the only users of RealLight that suffer from this problem.
  8. As Jouka wrote, any report of these things is welcome and we ALWAYS fly these routes to test. These tests are done on a system that has a stock Win10, stock drivers and stock P3d V4.5.
  9. I am sorry but that is the structure that both Microsoft and Lockheed advise for these kind of things. There are indeed a huge number of files, but that is because navadata is build up that way. But as they are very very small syncing them is fast and after first sync a question of seconds. We do not have plans for an X-Plane version but when the software allows it are very interested in a version for the new Microsoft Flight Simulator.
  10. Thanks, unfortunately that just shows the issue (which we did not doubt), we still have no idea why this happens on your systems. Let me be clear, this is not an issue that stops you from flying right?
  11. I just tried it and I did see nothing out of the ordinary. I can switch between OFF, 1 and 2 without issues using right and left mouse clicks and mouse wheel. Of course it is not a correct procedure as the electrical bus the lights are on is not powered up. Something on your system forces an incorrect state, I would not know what that could be. Can you confirm you are 1.2.5?
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