Grumman Mallard

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Darned if I can get this aircraft to load properly ... all I get is a puff of smoke where it should be. I have it pointed at the correct folder, and when I open that folder, the installation SEEMS to look fine, exactly the way it should. But when selecting the aircraft, there is no preview pic and even though the plane is showing in the select aircraft, it does not come up (just the puff of smoke). I am using P3D V4.2.

Same problem with the Grumman Albatross. Maybe not good for 4.2?

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Hello Doug,

Currently, the Mallard and Albatross are not compatible with P3D v4 because their models are made for FS2004, thus, not compatible 64 bits. P3D v4 is 64 bits only and no legacy for 32bits models. I will correct this information on the web pages of those add-ons.

However, Milton Shupe is currently doing a native conversion for the Mallard and it will be soon compatible with P3Dv4. We will update the file soon as it is publicly released.

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Super that answers the questions. Thank you.

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Hi,

The Mallard is now compatible P3D v4 , a new version has been released :)

Link https://www.rikoooo.com/downloads/viewdownload/99/816

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Thank you Erik! Downloading it now.

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