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    Quote Originally Posted by delta_lima View Post
    Thanks OB. 4.5.
    That may be it then. AFAIK, support for the 'standard' verdion ended at 4.3. You require the ADV installer to tun on 4.4 or 4.5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by odourboy View Post
    That may be it then. AFAIK, support for the 'standard' verdion ended at 4.3. You require the ADV installer to tun on 4.4 or 4.5.
    Yes - thatís the premise in my question from earlier today. That does getting ADV get me a working product or not. Iím hearing conflicting accounts, where folks have gotten ADV and still had issues with the product working anywhere as good in p3dv4 as it did in FSX.

    Frankly, for the caliber of what is claimed and charged, itís increasingly looking like an untenable cluster.

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    Your best source of support is in the official product forums at milviz.com.
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    Quote Originally Posted by n4gix View Post
    Your best source of support is in the official product forums at milviz.com.
    No. I believe youíre missing the point. Support come after the purchase, if required. The issue is whether this purchase is likely to work as claimed.

    Is purchasing the ADV module refundable? No, not the last time I checked.

    So if Iím buying it, Iíd want to be hedging with a reasonable degree of certainty that what Iím buying will perform as claimed, if requirements and installation procedures are met and followed.

    Thus far, Iím seeing a fair number of folks who, notwithstanding meeting requirements and following procedures, are getting questionable results.

    So since Iím bearing that risk, not Milviz, Iíll educate myself as to that risk how and where I choose. And incidentally, given the yet unresolved issues I have with this model in FSX, itíd be naive to expect Iíll extend that risk even further, without the counsel of trusted peers in a community Iíve been a part of for a decade and half.

    Thanks.

    DL

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    It's unflyable for me with the ADV module in P3Dv4.5.
    I've uninstalled it Ö..

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    For me as well, but I still have it in my aircraft "library" in P3DV4.5. I hold out hope that maybe someday Milviz can do something to improve the simplicity of the FD, as it was previously, prior to the ADV model. I understand realism and all, but..... NC

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    Thanks to all whoíve posted and pmíed.

    I have a good sense on how to proceed.

    Regards,

    DL

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    You are quite correct, I did misunderstand your point. Nonetheless, pre-purchase support is available in the general aircraft specific forums directly from the personnel involved in the project.
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    So after some research, start out with -.5 units of trim or more. And, isolate the #7 aft fuselage tank by turning OFF the transfer valve. This helps to reduce the aft CG with only tanks or in slick config. The jet was much easier to control and responded to nose down trim after takeoff.
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