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FSUIPC4 update for Prepar3D 1.4 ?


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Pete, are there any plans to release an updated FSUIPC4 that will recognize Prepar3D 1.4 during the installation? I have been using FSUIPC4 together with Prepar3D 1.3 without any problem, but when I migrated to Prepar3D 1.4 and reinstalled it, I got this message:

"This version of Prepar3D is later than any known by this FSUIPC4. There may be problems. Please check for a later version of FSUIPC4!"

And indeed, when I run Prepar3D after that, FSUIPC4 is not loaded. I don't get any error message. It appears like Prepar3D is just ignoring FSUIPC4....

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I moved your post into the Support Forum, where support is carried out. You mistakenly posted it in the FAQ subforum, which is where standard answers are kept.

Pete, are there any plans to release an updated FSUIPC4 that will recognize Prepar3D 1.4 during the installation? I have been using FSUIPC4 together with Prepar3D 1.3 without any problem, but when I migrated to Prepar3D 1.4 and reinstalled it, I got this message:

"This version of Prepar3D is later than any known by this FSUIPC4. There may be problems. Please check for a later version of FSUIPC4!"

So, why didn't you follow that instruction and update to a later version? FSUIPC4 was changed for P3D 1.4 within a week of it being released!!! The current main version is 4.853 and there's a version 4.858 also available after that is installed.

Pete

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