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January 18, 2013

High Definition Cities in Prepar3d (P3D)

Filed under: Software — Equinsu Ocha @ 18:58

I looked everywhere and finally found a list of the high definition cities in Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3d (P3d) flight simulator.

Latin America ( 3 )

Rio de Jeneiro
Sao Paulo
Mexico City

Europe ( 30 )
Moscow
Munich
Berlin
Dublin/Cork
Istanbul
Stockholm
Copenhagen
Brussels
St. Petersburg
London
Lisbon
Gibraltar
Helsinki
Paris
La Defense
Amsterdam
Rotterdam
Barcelona
Madrid
Oslo
Trondheim
Monte Carlo/Monaco
Salzburg
Lyons, France
Milan, Italy
Lisbon
Malmo, Sweden
Athens
Glasgow/Blackpool
Lake Geneva

US ( 9 )
San Francisco
Los Angeles
New York
Miami
Chicago
Atlanta
Salt Lake
Washington DC
Seattle

Africa, Middle East ( 7 )
Capetown
Jerusalem
Tel-Aviv
Cairo
Dubai
Riyadh
Mecca

Asia ( 16 )
Tokyo
Hong Kong
Shanghai
Singapore
Beijing
Taipei
Seoul
Saitama
Sapporo
Nagoya
Kyoto
Fukuoka
Kobe
Chiba
Nara
Incheon

Australia & NZ ( 7 )
Melbourne
Perth
Brisbane
Sydney
Canberra
Wellington
Auckland

Canada ( 5 )
Toronto
Vancouver
Montreal
Edmonton

January 16, 2013

Install FSX Addons in Prepar3d with No Hassle

Filed under: Software — Equinsu Ocha @ 19:53

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I’ve been flying my virtual planes around the globe recently using Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) and really enjoying myself.  However several years ago Microsoft sold the code rights to Lockheed Martin and since that time they have re-branded it to Prepar3d (P3D).  Wanting to have the latest and greatest I decided to give it try and really like the P3D version, but when I went to install the FSX addons, some wouldn’t install properly.  The solution turned out to be the easiest.  I simply installed a fresh copy of P3D into the empty directories left over from my FSX installation.  Now most, if not all of my addons are working and without any special software or configurations.

On a personal note, I originally posted this on the forums over at avsim.net and got a ridiculous “warning” due to some supposed violation of the EULA.  Obviously SpiritFlyer (doofus admin) gets his jollys exercising his pathetic excuse for power over a forum no less.  Good luck with that.

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