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RXP GNS 530/430 V2 and Prepar3D 4.4

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Hi,

As you may already know, it seems expected Prepar3D 4.4 gets released tomorrow, Nov 28 2018.

This is a quick note to let you know what is expected on our end: we'll be releasing a GNS V2 update compatible with Prepar3D v4.4 as soon as possible after it is officially released. Each new version has been different but past updates didn't take us longer than about a day.

Once we do, our add-on is fully compliant to the Prepar3D SDK and installs entirely in its own folder using the addon.xml method. You can safely uninstall the P3D4 client and you won't loose any RXP file.

Therefore, I'd suggest you wait for our update prior updating to P3D 4.4.

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Jean-Luc | reality-xp.com
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Hi,

just to let you know we are not forgetting you and have been busy around the clock.

The P3D4.4 update was the easy part (1/2 hour). Finalizing all the updated code which was planned for the next update a little later took a little more (1 day) because we've decided to merge the P3D4.4 and the feature update.

But what took another 1 day is something we didn't expected: we've found an actual bug in the trainer which CTD. This was a very nasty bug, deep in the bowels of the GTN computations, but we seem to have found the cause and the cure now.

Hopefully, as I'm writing now, we've found a fix and I suspect this might have accounted for some of you reporting a 'black screen' sometimes, or a 'pressing the continue button it freezes' etc...

Unfortunately, this delays our GNS V2 update as well, because we not only wanted to release both updates at the same time, but this bug could probably be found in the GNS trainer as well. Now that we know what to look for, it will be quite fast to find out about the GNS and finalize all our updates tomorrow (finger crossed).


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Just tested the latest update, and can report that it works!

Thanks!

 

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Bert

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Hi, I wanted to ask if both the GNS 530/430 and GNT 650/750 are compatible with P3D4 V4.4.
I would like to use them with the Cessna C172 product of the A2A Simulation, are they fully compatible? As for the Airac, which are compatible?
Thank you.

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Hi,

Yes these are compatible with P3D4.4!

As for other questions, I'd suggest you search this forum for A2A discussions and 'database' discussions.


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