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MSFS Community Downloader 0.5.0

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An easy to use MSFS add-on installer for projects hosted on Github

Install the tool, open it, and download/update add-ons you like in one click.

Currently supported add-on:

  • Working Title CJ4
  • Working Title G1000
  • Working Title G3000
  • Working Title G3X Touch
  • Flybywire A32NX (stable)
  • Heavy Division B78XH
  • Salty 747
  • Azgharie Airlines liveries
  • TheFrett G36 Project
  • JPLogistics C152
  • Pimarc PMS50 GNS530

Main functionalities:

  • Add-on listing
  • Install / Update / Remove add-on
  • Community folder auto-detection
  • Add / Edit / Delete custom package

Roadmap:

  • Import/Export custom package
  • Online repository of custom packages (community driven)
  • Enable/Disable packages to remove them from the listing
  • Be able to set a subfolder per package (for linker users)

What's New in Version 0.5.0   See changelog

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Nicolas Constant

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