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Aussie1234

P3D v4 weather in Prosim 737?

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Hello Pete,

I have asked this question over on the Prosim Forum but haven't been able to get a solution. I know you have used Prosim.

Basically: In the old days I was using FS9, FSUIPC and Prosim v1.46 on WinXP computers. I could get the default weather on the networked Prosim ND display. Very happy with it as I never used real weather etc.

Now I am on Win10 machines, P3D v4, Prosim 2.12, MSFS and FSUIPC v5 and WideClient running,  and I can't get any weather to show. I can get the Test pattern and WX+T symbols etc.

Any ideas? I have no intention of being forced to get ASN/AS16 as my machines are not connected to the internet (more than they have to with the annoying subscription model)

Thanks,

Aussie

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14 hours ago, Aussie1234 said:

Now I am on Win10 machines, P3D v4, Prosim 2.12, MSFS and FSUIPC v5 and WideClient running,  and I can't get any weather to show. I can get the Test pattern and WX+T symbols etc.

I've no idea how ProSim reads the weather if it doesn't have access to an addon weather programs current METAR files. Have you got it set to "SimConnect" mod, or "MSFS" mode (I'm reciting these from memory, but the latter makes it use FSUIPC, as Version 1 did).  Whichever you are using, try the other.

Really, I think only Humberto miguel will be able to sort this for you.

14 hours ago, Aussie1234 said:

I have no intention of being forced to get ASN/AS16 as my machines are not connected to the internet (more than they have to with the annoying subscription model)

What needs a subscription? Certainly not ASN/AS16/ASP4. (it's ASP4 for P3D4 by the way)

I've always used ActiveSky, right from its beginnings and through all versions. Excellent for decent weather simulation. The default stuff is very poor comparatively.

Pete

 

 

 

 

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