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Topic: 14852 crash with FSD Panther
Posted By: AAL109
Subject: 14852 crash with FSD Panther
Date Posted: January-17-2004 at 2:47pm
Hi,

I keep getting an error #15 when trying to open the Main or IFR panel views on the FSD Navajo Panther. I am using build 14852. I havent seen this before with other panels

Mark



Replies:
Posted By: Ed Struzynski
Date Posted: January-17-2004 at 5:13pm
This is a well known problem, caused by FSD's agressive copy protection software. Please contact FSD for support.


Posted By: Armstrang
Date Posted: April-17-2004 at 11:29am

Good luck. If you ever figure out how to use FSPS with the great FSD planes, please let us all know. Panel tweaking is part of the fun. Meanwhile, my FSD fleet is sitting in the cyber-boneyard. I took them off the driveto make room for to-be-determined replacements.

                                   Happy Simming - Steve



Posted By: gridley
Date Posted: May-03-2004 at 12:03pm
try disabling .dll dependecies.


Posted By: alastairmonk
Date Posted: May-10-2004 at 10:11am
Sorry, but FSPS doesn't work with FSD aircraft. Any changes have to be done manually. As Ed rightly said, its to do with their protection system.

Cheers,

Alastair

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Posted By: jesseca5
Date Posted: June-21-2004 at 1:33pm
Sadly, I found it necessary to remove all of my fine FSD aircraft from my computer....the vendor's notion that they are always correct and the customer is there for their benefit does not set right with me. I now buy my aircraft from less stringent suppliers. It's too bad that they can't trust customers not to violate their proprietary rights. I've never found it necessary in my eighty-one years to cheat anyone.
Jesse


Posted By: Armstrang
Date Posted: December-05-2004 at 3:19pm

I am still keeping an eye out for the FSD solution. I only want to make minor changes to the panels, since they are very good ones and pretty true.  I still try to use the FSD birds once in a great while, then I put them back in their external drive hangar.  I use them mostly at night and in clear weather due to the FPS issues. I won't be buying any new ones, though.



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Fair Winds - Steve


Posted By: xrayspex
Date Posted: December-09-2004 at 11:47pm
I am glad I read this post, I was contemplating some of their aircraft but in light of this information, NOT NOW!!!!!

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Posted By: Armstrang
Date Posted: January-22-2005 at 5:49pm

Since my last post here, I have given them several more chances, tweaks, reloads, and even a sim reload, to no avail. I regretfully have removed them all from my hard drive and erased them from my external drive to make room for more useful stuff.  They are finally gone.



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Fair Winds - Steve


Posted By: gasebah
Date Posted: February-24-2005 at 12:48pm
Same here. I have remove them all a year ago and never bought any more FSD planes since. I have a home cockpit with panel scattered over several monitors. The inability to edit the cockpits makes the FSD planes unusable for me. What is even worse however is FSD's attitude against customers, which was revealed when I had a discussion with them about this.
Alex


Posted By: ZaneG
Date Posted: March-13-2005 at 8:59am
I agree with Jesseca5.  Part of the fun is tweaking the panel to your personal taste.  I won't be purchasing from FSD again.



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