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Why would a VRdude care about such things? ;)

 

Anyways to answer your question, I think Ulrich Strauss of SPAD.neXt will offer the solution...

 

https://www.spadnext.com/index.php

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Why would a VRdude care about such things? ;)

 

Anyways to answer your question, I think Ulrich Strauss of SPAD.neXt will offer the solution...

 

https://www.spadnext.com/index.php

 

Thanks...well I might as well set up my crappy 10 fip flat panel, with my X-rocker seat and my ultra wide 49" curved gaming monitor while I wait for the VR version. ;)

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I'm glad you brought this subject up. Made me go look at his site and he revealed a little bit about the new sim...

 

With MSFS 2020 being released on August 18th it's about time to say something about the SPAD.neXt compatibility.

 

Basically MSFS 2020 is (already) supported by any version of SPAD.neXt (0.9.5,0.9.6,0.9.7) if you have a FSX/P3D License for SPAD.neXt.

Basically means, you can use the SimConnect variables that existed already in FSX. This does not mean everything will be working like before. Adjustments to your profiles will most likely need to be done.

 

Also, as expected, MSFS makes changes to SimConnect (aprox. 500 new variables and 400 new Events) and changed some of the behaviors.

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