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True, but those wrapper functions would still have the same end result of a 'sim/GPS/...' command being called, wouldn't they? Otherwise the X-Plane GPS wouldn't know that a button was ever pressed in the first place?

 

Yes, that's true. I guess it would work.


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hi. i am looking forward to purchasing the Reality XP GNS 530W/430W V2

 

i am running X-Plane 11, and my question is this.... I have access to the PFC 430W do i still need  the GNS WAAS Hardware Driver?

 

i have never purchased a reality XP product before . so i want to know  what exactly i would need to purchase. thanks in advance

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i am running X-Plane 11, and my question is this.... I have access to the PFC 430W do i still need  the GNS WAAS Hardware Driver?

 

The PFC 430W requires purchasing the Reality XP GNS WAAS Hardware Driver. It is a single purchase valid both with our X-Plane and FlightSim gauges. Customers having purchased it already for our older GNS don't need to purchase it again either. 

 

However, although we support our driver in our GNS plugins/gauges, you have to make sure the PFC 430W hardware is officially supported on X-Plane 11.


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A quick snap shot of Bell 429 in X-Plane 11.

 

Wow where can I grab that mod?


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Yes, looking as good as the 172 mod. Bluebell, would you mind sharing the one for the 429 with us as well?


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Will existing GNS WAAS Hardware Driver run in 64bit? Or will I need to update the driver (if available)?


Tom

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9 hours ago, IFRPilot said:

GNS WAAS Hardware Driver run in 64bit?

The hardware driver relies on a PFC DLL which is 32 bits only for now. We are still waiting for PFC to catch up and send us a 64 bits version. As soon as they provide one, this should work if not right away, once we make the necessary adjustments for their new DLL.


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@russgreen you might want to read the topic pinned right above the one you've just posted into, which is named "Undocking window in X-Plane 11"


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