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MCE not working with p3d ver 2.2

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Anyone have any luck with this working with p3d v 2.2???

 

Thanks

 

Nels

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There is anew fsinsider.dll fike for P3D2.2 out now. Did you try this file or are you having issues with this file installed?

 

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I flew the Majestic Dash 8 Q400 tonight in P3D2.2 with MCE, it worked beautifully. If you have the latest version of MCE, simply get the updated fsinsider file and put it in your main P3D folder.

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This version doesn't work with the MCE that comes with the Aerosoft Airbus Extended, does it?

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This version doesn't work with the MCE that comes with the Aerosoft Airbus Extended, does it?

 

No it doesn't due to restrictions.

 

However, the whole MCE licensed package for Aerosoft A320/A321 will be updated this month.

 

Possibly as early as Monday 21 APR 2014, give or take a couple of days.

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The new fsinsider.dll did the trick for ver 2.2. Thanks to those for the link

 

Cheers

 

Nels

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Any news on the AXE version of MCE? Eagerly waiting for the update... :mellow:

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Any news on the AXE version of MCE? Eagerly waiting for the update... :mellow:

 

It should happen within a week to 10 days. Just making sure nothing else needs to be added (to avoid releasing yet another update a couple of months later.

 

The package licensed by Aerosoft from us is a massive 1.3 GB downlooad and not suitable for frequent updates.

 

That ugly ATC window in P3D V2.2 is really a bummer,, and partly to blame for the slight delay.

 

If there is anything you want to report with regards previous package, now is the time to do it.

 

Thanks for your patience.

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It should happen within a week to 10 days. Just making sure nothing else needs to be added (to avoid releasing yet another update a couple of months later.



The package licensed by Aerosoft from us is a massive 1.3 GB downlooad and not suitable for frequent updates.



That ugly ATC window in P3D V2.2 is really a bummer,, and partly to blame for the slight delay.



If there is anything you want to report with regards previous package, now is the time to do it.



Thanks for your patience.

 

Thanks for the prompt and informative answer! I'm really looking forward to welcome back my copilot in Prepar3d v2.2...

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Thanks for the prompt and informative answer! I'm really looking forward to welcome back my copilot in Prepar3d v2.2...

 

I herewith confirm we have sent the updated licensed MCE package to Aerosoft today.

 

It could be a few days before they make it available for download to all Airbus Extended owners.

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Oh fantastic - I was about to purchase FS2CREW Airbux X - lets hope they get it done in a few days.

 

Well done and Thank you

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Oh fantastic - I was about to purchase FS2CREW Airbux X - lets hope they get it done in a few days.

 

Well done and Thank you

 

You're welcome.

 

Enjoy!

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Have you received any feedback from Aerosoft yet, when they will make the new MCE available to customers? Via the simmarket shop account and the Aerosoft support database it is only possible to download an old version from October 2013... Desperately waiting for the new version to be able to use it in P3D2.2...

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If I have MCE installed for FSX right now, what is the best way to get it running in P3D v2.2? Re install it or can I just move a file or two?

 

Thanks,

 

Mike

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If I have MCE installed for FSX right now, what is the best way to get it running in P3D v2.2? Re install it or can I just move a file or two?

 

Thanks,

 

Mike

 

If running a version earlier than 2.6.0.0, suggest you upgrade to the latest (which is P3D V2.2 aware), then run the wizard.

 

If you already installed the latest MCE, and installed P3D after installing our software, you need to perform these 3 steps. That will save you re-installing.

 

Manually copy "fsInsider.dll" and "fsInsider.ini" from FSx installation folder to \Prepar3D V2\ installation folder.

 

Manually copy folder <MCE dlls> to \Prepar3D V2\ installation folder.

 

Run the wizard, without going through speech training.

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If running a version earlier than 2.6.0.0, suggest you upgrade to the latest (which is P3D V2.2 aware), then run the wizard.

 

If you already installed the latest MCE, and installed P3D after installing our software, you need to perform these 3 steps. That will save you re-installing.

 

Manually copy "fsInsider.dll" and "fsInsider.ini" from FSx installation folder to \Prepar3D V2\ installation folder.

 

Manually copy folder <MCE dlls> to \Prepar3D V2\ installation folder.

 

Run the wizard, without going through speech training.

 

Thank you for the help. I will try that.

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I have installed the latest MCE for P3D but for some reason the loading screen will not go away, yet my co pilot is responding to my prompts. There is no menu screen in the top of the window.

 

 

Edit: It finally loaded after what must have been 5 minutes.

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