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  1. Mark, Thanks so much for responding to my post. Dave was nice enough to allow me to reset my P2ATC thinking that I messed something up within it. Unfortunately and Fortunately it did not fix the X-ATC-Chatter. So I dug deeper and retraced my steps. What I realized I did was download the new version of ATC_Chatter (I use my MacBook to download files) and when it unzips the files it leaves a weird copy of each file that are 4KB in size. I did not delete these files as I did when I dowloaded the first version. Since these files were listed in folders first - P2ATC was trying to play these files instead of the correct files. Once I deleted them all was again perfect. If you ever need an advocate for your product please don't hesitate to ask. Pilot2ATC along with X-ATC-Chatter has completely changed the immersion level of flightsiming for me. Mark
  2. Mark, Have you had recent reports of the chatter disappearing - as reported above in pilot2ATC? I love the immersion of the chatter and now flying without it is not that enjoyable. Recently I switched regions from the United States - to Europe over the Atlantic on a flight and have completely lost all the chatter. I have tired everything listed above and cannot get the chatter to return. Any ideas of what else I can do. Appreciate any help. Thanks. Mark Holmes (Pilot2ATC with X-Plane11 and P3D4)
  3. Anders, If this message if for me and not Scott. On 2 of my platforms I have Prepar3d V3 and V4. On 1 of my platforms I have only V4. I cannot get it to install on my platforms that have V3 and V4. It only installs into V4 where I was getting the above error. I will have to try to install only into V4 on the platform where I am getting the "unable to find smoke system in aircraft.cfg"
  4. I have reached out to support multiple times this last week without a response so have attempted to figure things out on my own. I have 3 different platforms, with 3 seperate accounts and licenses to FSFX products. My third platform (Platform C) has Windows 10 as the operating system with only Prepar3d V4 installed. The 77 and 73 Immersion installed without any issues. My first platform (Platform A) has Windows 7 Professional as the operating system with Prepar3d V3 and V4, and gave me the above error when installing the 73 Immersion. 77 Immersion installed with no errors. This morning I attempted to install only V4 for the 73 Immersion and it installed without the error you mentioned above. May want to try only installing into Version 4 and see if it works. My 2nd platform (Platform B) has windows 10 as the operating system, Prepar3D V3 and 4. 77 Immersion installs without any problems but 73 Immersion gives me an error stating "Unable to find the smoke system in aircraft.cfg" I will attempt to install only into version 4 to see if it installs without an error. I hope this helps. Scott, ave you reached out to Support with a response back?
  5. Hi did you get a resolution to this error? I am having the same error message. Mark
  6. I took delivery of my 777-200LR yesterday on a flight from KPAE to KTPA. With reasonable settings, I achieved no less than 23fps with all of the FTX-Orbx bells and whistles along with Active Sky Next. I had the OME bell going off approaching Tampa due to my photo-real scenery of the area, but again never dropped below 23fps. Was able to taxi to where I wanted to park and power her down without an OME. I know that everyone has a different flight simulator budget, expectations and requirements for product complexity and quality. PMDG has delivered exactly what they had promised. A realistic high quality simulation of the Boeing 777 aircraft on a flight simulator platform that is most likely the future of desk top flight simulation. I appreciate Rob's clarification about pricing. He has proven that he is always willing to keep the community informed. I do not feel that Rob needs to offer justification about PMDG pricing. If PMDG finds that the demand for their products does not correspond with anticipated profits, I am sure that they will adjust their pricing structure accordingly. This is my first time posting on this forum. Stopping short of a rant, I would rather PMDG spend their time continuing to develop amazing products for the future platform of flight simulation than justifying wanting to be compensated fairly in a capitalistic market place. I look forward to PMDG continuing to develop high quality product and am happy to add to their future success and profits. MRH