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kdfw
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Posted: June 01 2017,05:55

Hi Fred,

Hope you'll be able to port your HTR to the x64 p3d.  I read there's going to be a x64 version of FSUIPC so possible?  Or use simconnect from the new sdk?

Thanks!
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Posted: June 01 2017,12:30

Hello Red,
Yes, this is a great wish from my person, too.
HTR is so beautiful! We need it for the new P3d...
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Posted: June 03 2017,21:58

HTR seems to work fine on p3d v4.  

just installed fsuipc5 (unregistered) and manually loaded the profile for the helicopter selected (it doesn't automatically select profile from choose airplane menu like fsx).  

using HTR v1.5.


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Posted: June 10 2017,11:03

Sounds very good...  thank you.

BTW....which helicopter did you try?


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Posted: June 10 2017,22:40

as365, uh60, b222, b412, doesn't matter as long as there's a profile and worked in previous fsx or p3d version.
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Posted: June 11 2017,12:47

Thank you, KDFW.

So these Cerasim helicopters do work properly in P3d v4?


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Posted: June 11 2017,14:08

for the most part, yes.  the comm/nav standby switch doesn't seem to work.
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Posted: June 11 2017,18:08

Ummm...
You are aware there is a HTR v1.62 available, yes?
As far as I know, it's the latest iteration of HTR available. I know it works great in FSX:SE. I believe it should work just as well in P3D v4 with the latest FSUIPC installed.
I think (rarely) that you need to install HTR into the ...\P3D folder for it to work properly, and have FSUIPC installed into the  ...\P3D\Modules folder. If it doesn't exist, simply create it.

Hope this helps a little bit...
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Posted: June 12 2017,02:49

most htr profiles were done on v1.5 so didn't want to mod the profiles again to make them compatible with v1.6x.

v1.5 works fine on p3dv4 as mentioned above.  fsuipc5 installs itself in the correct place within p3dv4 so no need to do anything.
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Posted: June 12 2017,11:47

Quote (kdfw @ June 11 2017,14:08)
for the most part, yes.  the comm/nav standby switch doesn't seem to work.

Thanks, that's great these helos working with P3d v4.
I was afraid that they some update patches from their developper as first anouncements of p3d v4 were released. There were rumors that most AC and helos wouldn't work without ampatch especially the gauges should have malfunctions.....

Thanks again, kdfw!


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