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I installed X-IvAp as per the instructions contained in the delivery file, namely: copied the "contents" of the "for_plugins_folder" into the "resources/plugins" folder of my installation folder. Restarted the system. X-IvAp does not show up in the plugins lists.

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My first guess would be there are too many or two few folders in the hierarchy. What is the exact file path? Resources/plugins/??? . Typically the file path is resources/plugins/PluginName/64  or something similar.
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The exact installation instructions, and what was done, was: "Just copy the contents of the for_plugins_folder into the Resources/plugins folder of your X-Plane installation directory".
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Log.txt contains:

Fetching plugins for C:\Users/Kim/Desktop/X-Plane 10/Resources/plugins

Loaded: C:\Users/Kim/Desktop/X-Plane 10/Resources/plugins/PluginAdmin/64/win.xpl (xpsdk.examples.pluginadmin).

C:\Users/Kim/Desktop/X-Plane 10/Resources/plugins/X-IvAp-32.xpl : Error Code = 193 : %1 is not a valid Win32 application.
Failed: C:\Users/Kim/Desktop/X-Plane 10/Resources/plugins/X-IvAp-32.xpl.  (This file is missing, not a DLL or could not be loaded due to another missing DLL.)

C:\Users/Kim/Desktop/X-Plane 10/Resources/plugins/X-IvAp-64.xpl : Error Code = 126 : The specified module could not be found.
Failed: C:\Users/Kim/Desktop/X-Plane 10/Resources/plugins/X-IvAp-64.xpl.  (This file is missing, not a DLL or could not be loaded due to another missing DLL.)

Loaded: C:\Users/Kim/Desktop/X-Plane 10/Resources/plugins/PilotEdge/64/win.xpl (com.pilotedge.plugin.xplane).