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Milviz Beaver compatible with P3D v4

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Available on the support forum of Milviz a SP that correct some bug and allows compatibility with P3Dv4.

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Could you provide a link? Or a more specific location?

I've looked through their forums and don't see anything like this.

Thanks

Update:

I remember now: milviz has separate support forums for each aircraft. I need to register. Kind of annoying that this has to be done for each aircraft, but fair enough.

Edited by RichieFly
I get it now...

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1 hour ago, RichieFly said:

Could you provide a link? Or a more specific location?

I've looked through their forums and don't see anything like this.

Thanks

Update:

I remember now: milviz has separate support forums for each aircraft. I need to register. Kind of annoying that this has to be done for each aircraft, but fair enough.

I can't find it either and i AM a registered member. Download still reads V3 in MVAMS as well.

 

Cheers,

Mark

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I got it all sorted.

newtie, you have to send a request for each aircraft to roadburner440@milviz.com

They added me in < 1hr, so good on them.

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This is wonderful.

Thanks Milviz! This really made my day.

Works great. Now, I have an airliner (747), biz aircraft (MU-2 and 2 Lears) and a very nice bug splatter (the Beav). I'm all set.

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Thinking about buying this one. Can anyone who has it confirm if it has cockpit vibrations, as Milviz did for the Cessna Bobcat? Vibrations of the instrument panel, needles, etc significantly increases the realism of the flying experience.

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yes.  It does.  All of our newer prop aircraft have this.

Buffeting also occurs (in all of newer aircraft) when stalling.

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On 9/19/2017 at 2:11 PM, Milviz said:

yes.  It does.  All of our newer prop aircraft have this.

Buffeting also occurs (in all of newer aircraft) when stalling.

Great news, thanks. Will be buying the Beaver in the next few days. Glad to hear that all new Milviz prop planes have this feature.

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