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  1. Incorrect. You want to copy the CONTENTS of the "for plugins folder" into X-Plane/Resources/plugins.
  2. Version 1.2 has been posted. http://www.xsquawkbox.net/xsb/
  3. Dhruv, I should be able to include this when I do an update to include Linux.
  4. All, There will be a new version of XSB posted tomorrow. This version will disable the expiration date, which is set for Feb 1. That will be the only change. For the Linux users, I have made progress in getting XSB ready for Linux, but it is not yet complete. I hope to have an additional update soon.
  5. Some progress has been made, but it is not quite ready. I hope to have another update in the near future.
  6. Appreciate the kind words guys, but the credit goes to Ben Supnik and Christian Schilling, who did all the heavy lifting.
  7. All: XSquawkBox 1.2b has been released. This build resolves the incompatibility with the Gizmo plugin. http://www.xsquawkbox.net/xsb/
  8. Charles, I'm guessing you have Gizmo 64 because of an X-Aviation plane? A lot of Windows users are reporting this crash. Contact X-Aviation. You can also send me ([email protected]) your mini dump file after a crash (should be located in %SystemRoot%\MiniDump and I should be able to use that to confirm whether the crash is in XSB (less likely) or Gizmo (more likely).
  9. Before anyone asks, the time-expiration of 2/1/2014 is intentionally enabled. We will release another version to disable this once we are sure that no major issues have been found.
  10. The 64-bit version of XSquawkBox has been released for Windows and Mac. You can find it on the download page at: http://www.xsquawkbox.net/xsb/
  11. We have all the testers we need. Release should not be far away if all goes well with testing.
  12. I have all the Windows testers I need. Could use 1 or 2 more Mac.
  13. All: The next version of XSquawkBox with 64-bit support is about to ship. We will ship Windows and Mac support initially. Linux support will be added after that. I need a few Beta testers to participate in a short (few day) beta test. We're not looking for a large group since the software will be released right after the conclusion of the test. I'll take the first 3 Windows users and first 3 Mac users who email me at [email protected] In your email, please identify whether you're a Mac or Windows user.
  14. Hmm...I haven't seen this one before. Just as a side note, XSB is 32-bit only and will likely remain that way for quite some time. I realize you said you're using compatibility libs, so that should be fine. I just wanted to point it out for other Linux users. I can take a look at the code this weekend. However, I'll be upfront and say I didn't write it and am not Linux sound developer, so I'm not confident the issue is going to jump out at me. However, perhaps working with you we can find out what's being p[Mod - Happy Thoughts]ed in the parameters and solicit help from people who
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