Originally Posted by rippey54
Yeah I've played with x-plane way back and found it vastly superior to msfs.Plus the
framerate is way better...you don't need a supercomputer to play it. But lately
I purchased Flightpro after reading about it on FS-REVIEW
best flight sim I've had the pleasure of using! Now if I can only save some dough and build a basement cockpit!
Some serious advice, you should get your money back on FlightPro, in reality this character selling this software is violating the GPL, and is actually selling an old version of FlightGear, a FREE opensourced simulator. The only cost of FlightGear is to download it. FlightPro is a stripped down version of FlightGear 1.9, the add-on aircraft do not have permission from the authors to be supplied for a profit with this FlightPro etc etc. FlightGear is now at version 2.4. Read this link here (this is on flightGear's old web site, the second link is their new site. A new version 2.6.0 is being lauched at the end of February) and then go back to these S.O.B.'s and get a refund.
New site http://www.flightgear.org/
Sorry for the bad news but there are some real scumbuckets in the world.
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Last edited by screwbottle : 12th January 2012 at 09:53 PM.