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iainsmith

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I don't have P3D, but know those that do.

They also fly the NGX in it.

Not sure if there's any special things you need to do to make it install correctly, but from what I'v heard, it runs fine.

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It's not supported a supported use.

Doesn't really answer the question Kyle. It may not be supported but might still work.

 

Iain Smith

I don't have P3D, but know those that do.

They also fly the NGX in it.

Not sure if there's any special things you need to do to make it install correctly, but from what I'v heard, it runs fine.

 

Interesting! Thanks Trent.

 

Iain Smith

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Doesn't really answer the question Kyle. It may not be supported but might still work.

 

That's not the point.  You might want to read the EULA (for both the NGX and P3D).  While my post didn't quite answer your question, it did raise important issues.

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The P3D is the more interesting EULA in this respect. :ph34r:

 

Though multiple installations of NGX on 2 platforms is also of interest, though I would assume people using P3D are not likely have FSX installed on their system, or at least not for long after they migrate everything over.

 

Nevertheless, some aspects of the P3D EULA seem to be at odds with the NGX EULA.

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