Sean Moloney

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It's come to my attention that some customers are having problems installing their RealAir products due to being unable to reactivate their keycodes. If you or anyone you know is having this problem, please contact me at:

sean.realair@iinet.net.au

Please also note: For some months now I have been unable to receive emails addessed to sean@realairsimulations.com, and I have been unable to log in to realairsimulations.com to fix the site's problems. I do not have access to or control of these accounts. As a result there is nothing I can personally do to fix these problems. If anyone has sent an email to sean@realairsimulations.com and didn't receive a reply, I apologise. For the time being please address all RealAir support to sean.realair@iinet.net.au.

Thanks,

Sean Moloney

Formerly of RealAir Simulations

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Hi Sean,

Good to see you post, regardless of the circumstances. Hope all is well with you and yours.

Kind regards,

Stephen

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1 hour ago, Ron Attwood said:

I second that emotion. :smile:

+1 squared! Thanks for making your presence and availability known! Much appreciated!

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1 hour ago, ryanbatcund said:

We miss RA!

Do we ever

1 hour ago, ryanbatcund said:

hope things are ok

Me too!

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You know, the closing of Real Air was a noteworthy event in flightsim history. I can remember a looong, long time ago when I ran across those guys and bought their Spitfire (pretty sure that was what it was). Up to that time, I had never purchased a plane that really had a wow factor. What an exemplary run that team had. Will always be a fond, unforgetable memory.

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Hi Folks,

Or that ridiculously painted purple Cessna 172 that we all came to love...

Regards,
Scott

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On 11/4/2017 at 7:47 PM, ryanbatcund said:

Hey Sean, hope things are ok!  We miss RA!

One more!

You are now in my address book  :biggrin:

If you ever decide to add a GTN750 to the B60, please let me know :cool:

For now, I've got it equipped with an RXP GPS500, and working nicely..

 

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The Duke Turbine lives on in P3Dv4.1.:smile:

Have installed RXP GPS500 & GTN 650/750.

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Hi Sean

thanks for giving me this opportunity to message the star that you are and applaud you for the fabulous Turbo Duke, so exciting to fly; now running on P3D v4.1

(OK so the cockpit sounds are not there AND I don't know how Bill's got the GTN 650/750 installed onto the panel?)

Rod, Birmingham, UK

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5 hours ago, rod321 said:

Hi Sean

thanks for giving me this opportunity to message the star that you are and applaud you for the fabulous Turbo Duke, so exciting to fly; now running on P3D v4.1

(OK so the cockpit sounds are not there AND I don't know how Bill's got the GTN 650/750 installed onto the panel?)

Rod, Birmingham, UK

 

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7 hours ago, rod321 said:

OK so the cockpit sounds are not there

Thought I read somewhere that the sounds had been upgraded to 64 bit...

 

Russ

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They have been, just google "dsd_p3d_xml_sound_x64.dll"

Should be simple to find

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Many thanks Russ and DJ, I've now followed instructions 'n plonked the x64 dll file in the right place, renamed it in Panel and deleted the old gauge. So now I've got back the TurboDuke instrument sounds. Smashin'!

Rod

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I have a new version of the Turbine Duke V2 installer ready that doesn't have an install limit. It'll also install the Turbine Duke into P3D v4. If you'd like to try it send me a PM or email at:

sean.realair@iinet.net.au

Once a few people have tested it I'll make it available to all Turbine Duke V2 customers.

Thanks,

Sean Moloney

Formerly of RealAir Simulations

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17 minutes ago, jabloomf1230 said:

Does it use Doug Dawson's 64 bit sound gauge?

Yes.

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Thanks Sean amazing stuff!

Any way of purchasing the lancair again??

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"Somewhere over the rainbow
Way up high
And the dreams that you dreamed of
Once in a lullaby

Somewhere over the rainbow
Blue birds fly
And the dreams that you dreamed of
Dreams really do come true ooh oh

Someday I'll wish upon a star
Wake up where the clouds are far behind me
Where trouble melts like lemon drops
High above the chimney top
That's where you'll find me

Oh, somewhere over the rainbow bluebirds fly
And the dream that you dare to,
Oh why, oh why can't I?

Well I see trees of green and red roses too,
I'll watch them bloom for me and you
And I think to myself
What a wonderful world

Well I see skies of blue
And I see clouds of white
And the brightness of day
I like the dark
And I think to myself
What a wonderful world"

:biggrin:

That's how it felt today after testing the new installer. OUTSTANDING!

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On 2017-11-18 at 3:35 AM, Sean Moloney said:

I have a new version of the Turbine Duke V2 installer ready that doesn't have an install limit. It'll also install the Turbine Duke into P3D v4. If you'd like to try it send me a PM or email at:

sean.realair@iinet.net.au

Once a few people have tested it I'll make it available to all Turbine Duke V2 customers.

Thanks,

Sean Moloney

Formerly of RealAir Simulations

Fabulous. Will the legacy v2 get a v4 installer as well? 

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My RASLegacyV2_P3D_Install.exe dates back to 11.10.2016. Is this the latest version available?

Thanks,

Dirk.

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Curses! I just managed to reinstall both in V4 yesterday with GTN and the sound files. Took me several attempts but flying and sounding great again. 

Great work Sean. Above and beyond your responsibilities!

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