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DOes anybody know where i could get FSUIPC 2.72 for Fanda's Dash 8?

Or will the newest version of FSUIPC work ok, because i have experienced a couple problems with the Dash 8 that could be related to the FSUIPC. Gauges don't appear, moving parts are acting funny (flaps). If anyone has any suggestions please help me. Thankyou very much.

brett

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All FSUIPC versions should be/are fully backwards compatible with older versions (up to a point, 2.972 might not be fully compatible with 1.0 but Peter would know that).

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DOes anybody know where i could get FSUIPC 2.72 for Fanda's Dash 8?

Or will the newest version of FSUIPC work ok, because i have experienced a couple problems with the Dash 8 that could be related to the FSUIPC. Gauges don't appear, moving parts are acting funny (flaps). If anyone has any suggestions please help me. Thankyou very much.

brett

2.72 does not exist. The only correct and supported version is the current one, 2.972 at this time (2.975 soon). FSUIPC (like all my modules) is developed with backward compatibility maintained. Each new version supplements, corrects, builds upon the previous one, it doesn't destroy what the previous one did. You should ALWAYS use the latest one, especially before asking for support.

If any problems do arise in new versions I try to correct them as soon as possible, but there really are no errors which can do such weird things to your Dash 8!

It seems many folks are under the illusion that FSUIPC does just about everything in FS (why use FS at all then? ), but in fact mostly it does nothing much at all. It is sitting passively waiting for programs to ask it for information. It knows nothing of gauges nor of moving parts -- all that sounds like an aircraft installation problem. You need to seek the help of the author or supplier.

Regards,

Pete

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