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Hacklib::initContactPointsOffset()-Unsupported Prepar3D Version

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Hi All,

Anyone know what on earth this is? It happens on start up  after sceneries builds and  then seems to cause my version 4.3 to crash, but in some sense still to be on because you cant try and restart it as it tells you a version of Prepar3D is running. Again here it is: An error box in which it is said:

Hacklib::initContactPointsOffset()-Unsupported Prepar3D Version

 

Ha! Seems like it was caused by FSLabs A320

 

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Neil Gardner

n.gardner952@btinternet,com

Wisbech, Cambs

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The FSL A320 IS NOT compatible with 4.3. There may be a fix coming later today but no promises.


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On ‎6‎/‎26‎/‎2018 at 9:46 AM, Jim Young said:

 

I had this error happen (initcontactpoints()unsupportedprepar3dversion) much like NealG had in 4.3.  Does your fix with FSlabs apply to 4.4?  I want to minimize the chance of me messing things up further by tinkering with things but I also don't want to uninstall FSL. 

"I ran into an issue tonight when trying to install 4.4.  I deleted the 4.3 client and ran the client install for 4.4.  When starting the sim it loaded as normal and then I got a message saying "initcontactpoints()unsupportedprepar3dversion" .  I did a quick google search to see if this is known and at first glance looked like it would be a FSlabs related error.  At this point I was still waiting on the 4.4 Fslabs update to finish its download but wanted to at least see the differences of 4.4.  So I figured that I can go into the sim while FSL was still downloading and got this error.  Looking into what it could be I thought it might be that since I have the FSL planes still in the sim, 4.4 was causing this since the update wasn't finished downloading.  Long story short, the download finished and it says that the latest update of FSlabs for 4.4 is in the sim.  However, I still get the message when loading the sim.  Can someone point me in the right direction?   Do I need to completely uninstall my FSlabs planes and completely reinstall?  If that is the case, where do I download the originals prior to running the 266b installer?"

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