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Gibbon posted a topic in ON APPROACH - TopicsFSFX Packages Issues Statement on ‘Antiviruses False Positives’ As detailed in the post from FSFX Packages, the flight sim community has been shaken up lately with how some developers try to counter piracy of their products. The result of this has been that of some concern to some users on what other developers may do to their PCs and Simulators. Part of this is due to how complex add-ons are now becoming and the measures they’re taking to create fantastic experiences of the user. These complexities do sometimes mean that add-ons may do things that aren’t deemed normal or may inject additional information into the sim behind the scenes. None of these techniques (from trusted developers) are intended to be abusive or cause harm, but to simply get their products to work. With all this attention on ‘Antivirus False Positives’ recently, FSFX Packages wanted to shed some light on what they do to try and be as transparent as possible. SOURCE INFO https://fsfxpackages.com/en/blog/2018/03/21/antiviruses-false-positives/ https://fselite.net/news/fsfx-packages-issues-statement-on-antiviruses-false-positives/
angeli662 posted a topic in ON APPROACH - TopicsSince the release of Prepar3D V4.2, people have been keen to upgrade to take advantage of some of the new features and fixes. Of course with any update with a sim comes the risk of a product loosing compatibility. Typically, decimal updates (.X) don’t cause issues with aircraft, but some users are reporting problems with their PMDG products. Today, Robert provided a brief update on the situation. Some users are reporting that either the screen loads black or causes a crash to desktop (CTD). This issue isn’t consistent among all users. As you might imagine, PMDG has access to the beta builds of Prepar3D from Lookheed Martin, which is available to their team to ensure their products work. During testing of V4.2, the developers reported no issues with PMDG products working. However, since the release of the RTM version of 4.2, it is believed that some things have broken since. For those users who have contacted PMDG’s support system has been suggested to start the sim with a default aircraft and change it to their preferred PMDG aircraft afterwards. This appears to solve the issue and the aircraft then behaves normally thereafter. As for what PMDG are doing about it, they’re first identifying where the problem lies. It is either an issue with Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D 4.2 or with the aircraft itself. If it’s PMDG products, then it’s in their control and they’ll aim to fix it with a timely fix. If it’s to do with V4.2, then it’ll be down to LM to fix. PMDG has assured us that they’ll keep us informed going forward and they’re hoping to have the issue fixed soon. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/531258-14feb18-prepar3d-v42-release-and-resulting-issues-it-brings/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/pmdg-issues-statement-prepar3d-v4-2-related-issues/