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Updates DC3 and other aircraft

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Forum Name: DC-3 Legends of Flight
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Printed Date: 16 Jul 2018 at 8:28am


Topic: Updates DC3 and other aircraft
Posted By: terrycornwall
Subject: Updates DC3 and other aircraft
Date Posted: 19 Nov 2017 at 10:37am
Is it just me or should some of the older aircraft models be bought upto date. The DC3 is a prime example. I bought this about 3 years ago and no updates, bar the 1st one, have been implemented. Computer hardware and MS Windows have been updated many times. Not very many switches work and it was originally I feel a port over of the FSX DC3. I use Steam and they did an overhaul of FSX when they took over the franchaise. I wonder if any other people feel the same as I do. 
Happy Flying.



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Posted By: Martyn
Date Posted: 20 Nov 2017 at 11:54am
Hi Terry,

Unfortunately it is just not economically viable, particularly given our finite development resources, for us to continually update older products. We will always continue to support products in terms of bug fixes but are not able to add new functionality without considering it to be a new product.

The DC-3 was an entirely new product and did not contain parts of the default version.

Thanks
Martyn


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Martyn
Just Flight Ltd


Posted By: JohnBoy
Date Posted: 31 May 2018 at 10:12am
Hi
I feel very aggrieved by Just Flights attitude to the subject. I am an avid fan of the DC3 and I personally did not find anything majorly wrong with the Legends of Flight version. But do to having to upgrade to windows 10, by buying a new pc. Then after crash after crash of FSX Steam I have had to go to P3D v4. Just Flight seem to ignore loyal customers like me in that they do not offer a way of making the DC3 run on P3D. Instead I was told to fly the Curtis Commando. I am now very reluctant to deal with Just Flight.
John Caselton 












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