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ASN for P3D V2

 

FTX Vector

 

PMDG in P3D V2

 

UTX lights under FTGX  for P3D V2

 

Flight1 B200 for P3D V2

 

a Carenado BizJet

 

and last but not least

P3D V2 V2

 

 

(and one recent payware addon which made a hole in my stocking by not working right)

 

MUST ADMIT THOUGH ASN was a BIG gift

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ASN for P3D V2
 
FTX Vector
 
PMDG in P3D V2
 
UTX  for P3D V2

Flight1 B200 for P3D V2
 
and last but not least
P3D V2 V2

 

Since FTX Vector and UTX essentially do the same thing, you will only need to wait for FTX Vector, no need to use both. Besides, FTX vector is global vector data, while UTX for FSX needs to be purchased for the US, EU, etc. Are the Ultimate Terrain guys even considering making UTX for P3D?

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Everyone should make stuff for P3Dv2 - especially since LM got rid of the specific EULA info stating anyone can use P3D.

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PMDG for P3Dv2 and the 1900D by Carenado. Otherwise, I know Wx Direct by REX Studios isn't far aware.

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Since FTX Vector and UTX essentially do the same thing,

 

UTX provides both improved vectors and land class. FTX Global Vector does only vectors. FTX OpenLC will pick up the land class improvements, but that product appears to be well down the road, except for the folks who are interested in flying solely within Europe:

 

http://www.orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/61436-ftx-global-openlc-worldwide-areas-rollout-plan-details/

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UTX provides both improved vectors and land class. FTX Global Vector does only vectors.

 

That's why I said they do essentially the same and not the same thing since UTX provides some LC data, but is limited to only the region of the package (US, EU. etc). Although I would assume that anyone buying FTX Vector would also buy their Global LC product as well rather than piece together LC data from various sources like UTX and any other regional products.

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Everyone should make stuff for P3Dv2 - especially since LM got rid of the specific EULA info stating anyone can use P3D.

 

 

That EULA change was done?

 

I was unaware

 

 

Does anyone know, why licence statements on the P3D website haven't changed as per Dec 25th? P3Dv2 has been out long enough for a website update, right?

 

http://www.prepar3d.com/frequently-asked-questions/

 

http://www.prepar3d.com/product-overview/prepar3d-license-comparison/

 

(Just asking ...  :ph34r:)

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So long as you're not using the program as a video game, you would probably, like most of us, fall under the Professional License, using the product for Learning or Simulation. (my kid doesn't qualify as he only wants to crash the Red Bull plane into the Eiffel Tower) :lol:

 

Grid on your second link page.

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So long as you're not using the program as a video game, you would probably, like most of us, fall under the Professional License, using the product for Learning or Simulation. (my kid doesn't qualify as he only wants to crash the Red Bull plane into the Eiffel Tower) :lol:

 

Grid on your second link page.

 

 

You mean studying physics of aircraft at different trajectories, and the tensile strength of the Eiffel Tower.

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