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    Any chance to have it also for thousand of simmers still using
    FSX?

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    Or better to say, for the hundreds and hundreds of thousands of hobbyist simmers who use FSX and FSX-SE?

    P3D only? No sale, SimWorks.

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    Thumbs up to both of the above posts!

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    32bit is the past. Time to upgrade or get left behind. I am in P3Dv3.4, and I'm perfectly happy with it. Yes, I know that it is 32bit, however, I was actively going to upgrade to P3Dv4.x when Microsoft announced the new Flight Simulator. So, I am happy to fly with P3Dv3 until the new MSFS comes out, and will be an early adopter there of, and I do not care how many planes I "leave behind" in FSX/P3D because you know most of them are going to come to the MSFS. Those who evolve live to the see the future, while those who stagnate slowly die off. Just like the FS9 users that refused to go to FSX, one day you too will face that harsh reality, so you can either evolve into something better, or watch as you are left behind. Either way just about all the major developers have announced that they are no longer going to develop for 32bit sims any more, and that is a good thing. Progress happens whether you want it or not, and you can accept it, or be dragged into it kicking and screaming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryogahibiki345 View Post
    Time to upgrade or get left behind. Progress happens whether you want it or not, and you can accept it, or be dragged into it kicking and screaming.
    What a splendidly written argument in favour of consumerism and conformity... topped with just a wee bit of cruelty as well.
    ~~ "In some cultures, my behaviour would be considered normal." ~~

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    Quote Originally Posted by brunofer View Post
    Any chance to have it also for thousand of simmers still using
    FSX?
    No, it's time to move on. If your computer can handle FSX with mods then it can certainly handle P3D.

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    Guys, must make/port to x-plane. I flew these subsonic dog whistle when I was in the Air Force. Great little acro plane, don't change the steam gauge panel. Looks almost exactly the same. Wish I had it for X-Plane, come on guys give me a break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brunofer View Post
    Any chance to have it also for thousand of simmers still using
    FSX?
    You may be able to find the older FS9 version somewhere, possibly at abandonware sites. Then use a porting tool to get it to run in FSX. I've had iffy results with those utilities, but it's worth trying. If memory serves, the 2D cockpit was excellent. The Virtual Cockpit had lots of distortion typical of many FS9 planes.
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