I'm not 100% sure about I write on the right forum.
But I have a question I'm just need to ask, why does p3d make their versions on a new platform??? P3D v4 is a totaly new simulator
compared to P3D v3 and P3D v5 is a new simulation compared to P3D v4... Why not make one P3D so e.g P3D v4 was a just a new update to P3D v3 and P3D v5 was a new update for P3D v4???
I think it's could be much better if P3D have make one simulator platform so, all nexst versien could be an update... I didn't say the update from e.g P3D v4 to P3D v5 should be for free, but think it's cool be much better with one P3D simulator platform. ;)
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Sorry but this seems like a strange post. Using your logic, Microsoft would base Win10 on Win95. The software world is constantly changing and arguing for basing upgrades on static platforms goes against all logic.
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