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  1. It took quite some time to figure out, but this problem is solved. For if anyone will ever has this same issue: it turned out that the culprit was in the language settings. My Windows has been correctly set to English (United States), but somehow in 'additional settings', 'regional settings', it was set to 'Dutch'. This had the consequence that, according to Dutch use, commas and full stops are interchanged in numbers (e.g., 10.000 is ten thousand in English, but ten dot zero zero zero in Dutch). After I set back also the regional setting to Dutch, it was all solved. I did not know that there are regional language settings within a larger language settings, but I must have changed it many years ago somehow. Now, after setting it to English (US) also, all frequencies are recognized. So there was no fault at all, as expected, in PF3, PFEtoXP or XPUIPC. It all works great now.
  2. Hello, I am unable to contact any frequency which ends on a 0 (zero), such as LJLJ Tower 118.000, in XPlane 11(.36), with PF3. The PF3 comms box says I am at 118 and need to go to 118.00 (which obviously is the same). Same when tuned at e.g. LEVC Tower (121.200), PF3 seems again unable to read the zeros so it says I am at 1212 and should be at 121.20. This happens with all frequencies ending in a 0, and in all my planes, such as default C172, Zibo 737, FFA320 etc. Is anyone actually able to contact for example, Tower at LJLJ on 118.000 with PF3 using PFEtoXPLANE in 11.36? Or does anyone have a solution? I think XPUIPC is the problem here, but I have used both the version installed with PFE2XPLANE, as the newest one. The problem still exists. Many thanks Lennard
  3. Hi, Also happy to hear that TrackIR support has moved up the priority list - for me its integration is also a condition for buying Chase Plane. I am also surprised that this hasn't been a priority item in the first place (I had my credit card ready until I learnt TrackIR was not supported right away), not only because so many serious simmers use head tracking. But also because the history of EZDOK, as far as I know, also started out without TrackIR integration and the devs added it later because of so many requests. I would have thought for the devs of Chase Plane to consider this EZDOK history and integrate, as a minimum, some of these (to many simmers) important functions right from the start of releasing their new camera add-on - even in an alpha stage (it is not a ready product of course, but it still is a basic release....). What happens now, concerning the lack of present TrackIR integration being such a no-go for many, seems to be almost like a repeat of the EZDOK story which might have been possible to foresee or avoid. Anyway, it is great that TrackIR support will be implemented at some time! I will be waiting anxiously until that time. Bests, Lennard
  4. Sorry Nyxx that was my mistake indeed, I only now saw the quote above your post! You were not referring to the pricing being offtopic which I thought you were. Just for the record, I removed that sentence out of my earlier post! Best wishes Lennard
  5. Hi! Thanks for the replies! @Skelsey and Ahsmatt7: thanks that is good to know. Of course I know taxes are always part of a price (as a citizen of The Netherlands with high tax rates we know all about it, haha!) but indeed in my country, 21% VAT is always included indeed so we see a final price. Here it is stated explicitly when it is excl. VAT. But also in my experience with most FS online sellers, including the 'big fish' such as Aerosoft, Just Flight, tax is included in the visible price, and it is clearly indicated (in the first case, it says explicitly 'incl. VAT' and in the latter you immediately see an end price as well, of which I now understood is not really meant to be). I guess I am used to this, which in my opinion seems very clear and transparent to the prospective buyer. Simmarket actually asks you for your country as soon as you enter their site, so all prices are immediately shown correctly, so this would prevent having to list a whole list of prices for each country. But for me it would have been just enough for FSLabs to add '+your local VAT' to the price information (without of course stating all the different prices for countries). Just for clarity, as the user base is so international and so as to prevent these kind of 'surprises'. Just my 2 cents! Greetings Lennard
  6. Hi, Just to make sure: I read everywhere that this Bus is supposed to cost 99,95$, but no one seems to mention that this is the price without taxes... After VAT is added, in my country 21%, the price is not at all 99,95$ but actually 120,94$. Despite the high quality of this product, which I am sure is definitely worth it, it seems a bit unpleasantly misleading to me that even on the FSLabs website it is not at all stated that taxes still have to be added to the mentioned price...It was a surprise for me which only showed up right before I wanted to confirm my credit card payment. Best wishes Lennard
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