zswobbie1 wrote:Mmmmm, anyone tried Prepar3d? Any better than FSX? Any issues to worry about?
AndyF1 wrote:I am very happy so far with P3D and it appears to run better than FSX. While I really enjoyed FSX I became tired of the errors especialy "fatal errors", and so an "upgrade" had to be considered.
The important part if you want to move a lot of FSX 3rd party across, is obtain the migration tool it saves a lot of effort even though it is possibly to move software across manually but if you a nana like me and forget a file it takes hours to work out the problem.
I have GSX, UT2, Mytraffic, PFE, REX, scenery files working in P3D and so far, so good. Yes there is a lot of bla bla about license etc but there are ways around that for e.g. some license agreements do not exclude P3D even though the developers are not happy. REX for e.g. does and I bought their "P3D version" for US$4 to put myself on the right side of the law. UT2 license does not specify P3D so the developer has resorted to "we will not support our programme in P3D" which in my opinion is a bit of "cut off your nose to............"
In this process, I add this as an option, began using liveatc directly into the sim as background ATC chatter, it is great, there is a small programme that helps with managing online ATC but it is not required as one can control it manually if you do not wish to lay out the bucks. I am not sure about Aeroworx scenery have not tried it yet, at this stage it may not be necessary.
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