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1 minute ago, Howellerman said:

IIRC, I did not have to fool the Vertx installer - I just pointed it at the V5 addons directory and all was well. I have heard some people have had troubles starting the engines, but I have not seen it. Works fine, which is a good thing since it is such a nice model.

 

Most likely because your registry still has the v4 edits. I'm gonna get it. I was waiting out to see if it would work without having to muck around with the files.

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42 minutes ago, Howellerman said:

IIRC, I did not have to fool the Vertx installer - I just pointed it at the V5 addons directory and all was well. I have heard some people have had troubles starting the engines, but I have not seen it. Works fine, which is a good thing since it is such a nice model.

 

All installed ok. A few tiny bugs but nothing game breaking. The one big issue I have is, no sound in the cockpit.

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42 minutes ago, Howellerman said:

IIRC, I did not have to fool the Vertx installer - I just pointed it at the V5 addons directory and all was well. I have heard some people have had troubles starting the engines, but I have not seen it. Works fine, which is a good thing since it is such a nice model.

 

All installed ok. A few tiny bugs but nothing game breaking. The one big issue I have is, no sound in the cockpit.

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11 hours ago, Klazz said:

All installed ok. A few tiny bugs but nothing game breaking. The one big issue I have is, no sound in the cockpit.

Is this for the Vertx? I had no issues, but for Carenado aircraft installed as an add-on I copy the contents of the Sound file over to the main P3D directory. That may work here?

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I've got Vertx DA62 working well.  If I recall, the installer does not install the XMLTools64 properly into P3Dv5.  If you have another addon that adds it, all should be fine.  If not, you can add it manually to the dll.xml file.

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Now for something totally different..

 

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I know this is the wrong thread but surprised no one mentioned this from the MSFS website.  That is the Vertx DA62 I believe.  So much for family issues etc.  It is easily my fav GA plane but there are so many niggly issues with it that should have been fixed months ago - well I guess we now know why! Correct me if I am wrong!

 

 

 

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