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Hughes H-1 Racer in P3Dv4 ?

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The title says it all. The H-1 works perfectly in P3Dv3, and it's a favourite aircraft of mine, so I was wondering whether it works in P3Dv4. I know there's some special coding to do with engine failures, and I suspect that might not work in 64-bit - am I right ? Any info would be welcome. :) 

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Flavio, Mathijs...thank you very much for your responses. If the H-1 works ( or can be made to work ), I think my P3Dv4-compatibility wish list will be very close to completion. I shall await further news in due course. Thanks again.

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On 13/06/2017 at 8:41 AM, Mathijs Kok said:

I think it only uses XML, we'll check it soon.

 

Mathijs, may I ask if the check was made, and if the H-1 is/will be compatible with P3D V4 ?

 

Thanks

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Sorry forgot to tell. Right now it does not work well. And we do not have time to attack it right now.

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Okay Mathijs, thanks for that. I hope you'll consider updating the H-1 for Prepared v4 at some point in the future, because it's an aircraft that's quite different from most others. By the way, I hope Mr. Diekmann enjoyed his visit to Cosford yesterday. He certainly looked very busy talking to people and taking payments at the Aerosoft stand. It was a good show.

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Hello Mathijs,

Could you give us some good news about a Hughes H1 for P3D V4 ?

regards.

Luc

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Mathijs is currently on vacation, but I'm not aware of any plans for a P3dv4 version.

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Thank's for your answer, even if it seems to be a bad new.

Hope he change his plans.

Regards.

Luc

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