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Does trail kyes for active sky next exist anymore?

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maybe you should try looking more closely at the hi fi section  section under  downloads

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Can't find it. But I can try as2016 or go to a freeware weatherengine

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Can't find it. But I can try as2016 or go to a freeware weatherengine

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Just noticed   its  only  for  fsx  and  p3d  versions not  xp  version at all

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Just noticed   its  only  for  fsx  and  p3d  versions not  xp  version at all

yes , but do you know where I can find trial key for active sky next p3d. 

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yes , but do you know where I can find trial key for active sky next p3d

 

 

As I  said in my previous  post  go to the hifi web page  go to the download  section and  its under   active sky2016 and  below  this  you got  2 option one  for  fsx  and the other  for p3d   don't  know  how  clearer  I can get its written in blue  "trial application request"  once  you have  done  this  another  page will pop up fill in the blanks   and  you need  to paste  the  client request id  which  you get  once  you have  installed  the as2016  onto your pc  you   got  2 option  to buy  or  use  trial period   and  in the middle  or  so  will be  the client  id  which you need  to paste on the form

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going  by memory you  can use a  trial period for asn  but  you need  to request  from within  the asn application,  that what I  had  done  when I first trialed asn. You need to install asn and request a trial period.

Either way its all explained at the hifi web page

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going  by memory you  can use a  trial period for asn  but  you need  to request  from within  the asn application,  (...)

 

 

Affirm; just looked it up in the ASN manual.

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Hi,

 

Why would you be wanting to run ASN trial vs AS16 trial?

ASN trials are no longer available for various reasons.

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