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Alaa Riad

Moved to P3D and....... (answered)

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Dear all

I just moved to P3D yesterday and to my surprise, I read that the new version 10 of FSC is not compatible with P3D......So You think I can use an older version of FSC to run with P3D?  like the one I had, which was FSC921? before the updates?

Many thanks 

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Hello Alaa Riad,

FlightSim Commander version 10 is not P3D compatible.
Please read here:
https://forum.simflight.com/topic/84902-flightsim-commander-10-has-been-released-le-fsc-10-%C3%A1-%C3%A9t%C3%A9-publi%C3%A9-der-fsc-10-wurde-ver%C3%B6ffentlicht/

Your FlightSim Commander version 9.21 is not compatible with P3D ... but ...
Please read here:
https://forum.simflight.com/topic/85148-flightsim-commander-and-et-und-vatsim-part-2-update/

Regards,
Volker

 

 

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Hello Volker

I appreciate the tip 🙂

Thought to let you know, for me as a simmer since the early 90s and after checking my history of purchase I realized I am using FSC for more than 5 continuous years ......Not a single flight -in the thousands- I didn't use and enjoy FSC so thank you very much, that's how important it is for me and I am sure for others.

My humble opinion is that I am sure the P3D niche of customers is increasing - after 4 days flying P3D I am sure FSX will vanish gradually- and there will be a huge market for a paid FSC for P3D, newer version, I will be the first to buy.

Many thanks again and best of luck

Alaa Riad 

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I agree that FSC has been and still is a unique and very useful product for the flight simulation enthusiast.  It would be fantastic if theproduct can be supported going forward into the P3Dv4 and beyond platform.

Some of the key differentiating and important features (as a flight planning and moving map aid during flight)are:

(1) Performance, (2) Reliability; (3) Usability

Other apps like the little moving map and aivlasoft EFB are quite different and do not meet the expectations on the three points above set as a high-bar by FSC. Instead of being a high performance map (like a radar screen for an ATC) those other apps fill the screen with contact information instead of core (visual) information and lack the performance and usability of OFC

Regards

Alvaro Escorcia

 

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Dear Alvaro

What I like about FSC is the simplicity with more than sufficient information to utilize and use, I wish there could be full integration with Navigraph so we can see full charts also for me I would like to see real information (topography and not only MSL) and weather (not only wind speed and directions).

Regarding flight planning, I think it's there already very useful especially in VFR flights I usually import my IFR flights from Simbrief also adding a performance calculator for some planes to calculate FLEX temp and Vspeeds could be very useful as well (or even to make it user-friendly to be customized by users).

To me, even without further development, today FSC is a tool I can't fly without 

Best regards

Alaa 

 

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Also the ability to draw on the map a simple line or connected lines or path (each showing a length) and  also circles (showing radius or diameters) it could help navigation as well 

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