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FS9 DC-3 in FSX?

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Has anyone tried or are currently using this FS9 AC in FSX?

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Has anyone tried or are currently using this FS9 AC in FSX?
Why would you want to, when the same aircraft exists in FSX as well?

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Why would you want to, when the same aircraft exists in FSX as well?
Because the textures I'm using only work on the FS9 model not the FSX model.

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Because the textures I'm using only work on the FS9 model not the FSX model.
After a bit of google-ing I came across this document : Converting FS9 aircraft to FSXIt explains how it can be done, but also mentions it doesn't work with all aircraft and there's a bit more work involved than just copying to the right folders.

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After a bit of google-ing I came across this document : Converting FS9 aircraft to FSXIt explains how it can be done, but also mentions it doesn't work with all aircraft and there's a bit more work involved than just copying to the right folders.
It worked fine aliasing to the FSX panel. Was just wondering if anyone else had done this.

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Hi,If you want a great DC3 in FSX, Don't look further:http://www.fscaptain.net/certified.phpWhat makes this aircraft unique is the realistic system failure implementation. An aircraft to fly by the book!!

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The Fs2004 textures work fine on the FsX model, you just have to eliminate the unwanted Fs2004 ones. Just look at a sample FsX texture folder and suss out which you need.

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Hi, if you want top quality DC-3s, you might wanna check the MAAM-SIM DC-3. Please remember to download the hotfix available on the product's page, as this allows the model to work in FSX, which also converts the textures into .dds formats.Dave.

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