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SimObjects are now placed in SimObjects.cfg located here: C:\ProgramData\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v2 ... they are no longer in the Prepar3d.cfg.

 

Entries as follows:

[Entry.0]
Path=SimObjects\Airplanes
[Entry.1]
Path=SimObjects\Rotorcraft
[Entry.2]
Path=SimObjects\GroundVehicles
[Entry.3]
Path=SimObjects\Boats
[Entry.4]
Path=SimObjects\Animals
[Entry.5]
Path=SimObjects\Misc
[Entry.6]
Path=SimObjects\Submersible
[Entry.7]
Path=SimObjects\Weapons
[Entry.8]
Path=SimObjects\Countermeasures
[Entry.9]
Path=SimObjects\UT2 Aircraft
 
Cheers, Rob

 

I see you have UT2 listed. Would that be confirmation that it is working?


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I see you have UT2 listed. Would that be confirmation that it is working?

 

UT2 does work fine in P3D doesnt matter which version - have to go over my notes but takes a little bit more than just installing it


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Definitely big thanks to LM ... to be honest it's rare to get developers interacting with end users.  I appreciate them listening and progressing the platform.

 

 

GTN750 is fine,

 

 

Mines not working.  I was able to install, yes, but the gauge won't work in P3D 2.5... says this version is not compatible.  Did you check the in game status or just the installer?


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Mines not working.  I was able to install, yes, but the gauge won't work in P3D 2.5... says this version is not compatible.  Did you check the in game status or just the installer?

 

I have not installed anything other than pmdg777 so not sure but if Rob has it in his cfg file it must be working one would assume maybe he can chime in as its the only ai program that doesnt kill fps hope it still works


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Installed and works like a charm.. no issues...

 

Just need to get the ORBX stuff sorted i guess when they make new installers?

 

The addon scenery folder.. well.. have no idea how to add/edit this to make a new one... sigh...

 

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So did some test flights around YVR, SEA and LAX. I have mytraffic and OPUS, both work with no issues. I've noticed with the same settings from 2.4 I'm getting a good 5-10% increase in FPS and seems smoother (less stutters) than 2.4. I'm very happy with this update, great job by Prepar3d and all the beta testers involved.

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Would that be confirmation that it is working?

 

Yes ... here ya go ... Simrate increased

 

 

Cheers, Rob.

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Awesome thanks!


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I was able to install, yes, but the gauge won't work in P3D 2.5... says this version is not compatible.

 

Oops, sorry you are correct F1 GTN750 is a no go in V2.5, will have to wait for an update.  

 

Cheers, Rob.

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active sky 2012 works in p3d 2.5, first install it asks for fsx, you cancel and reload and it asks you to point to p3d location and app data, i tested at several airports and depicts correct weather, snow ect...


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UTX v2 USA does not seem compatible with Prepar3d v2.5, I get an invalid path problem when trying to run the install tool.

 

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Yes ... here ya go ... Simrate increased

 

Rob,

 

could you please tell how you get ut2 working? I do have Ut2 working in 2.4 with lots of custom AI in Ut2 but I think I used the migrition tool?


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Definitely big thanks to LM ... to be honest it's rare to get developers interacting with end users.  I appreciate them listening and progressing the platform.

 

Thanks Rob - nice list for the beginning!

 

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I've noticed with the same settings from 2.4 I'm getting a good 5-10% increase in FPS and seems smoother (less stutters) than 2.4.

 

I hope I will notice that too.

I am just downloading it... :wub:

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I just uninstalled every addon in Prepar3D, Prepar3D itself, every folder associated with it and used CCleaner to remove all of the registries that no longer exist to Prepar3D. Prepar3D to install v2.5 once the download is done (I'm at 80% @ 2.9MB/s).

I just downloaded it as well....please let us know what you feel about this version after a few flights!

 

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