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  1. Try Task Scheduler to start FSUIPC when MSFS starts... Edit: Haven't tried it, but this may work: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/33423184/schedule-a-task-to-monitor-a-certain-process-start
  2. I use process.start in VB.NET and it does start MSFS, however for some reason it does not close MSFS via the process ID. Don't know if this helps but here ya go: Dim ClientProcess as process Dim MSFS_Path as string = "shell:AppsFolder\Microsoft.FlightSimulator_8wekyb3d8bbwe!App" Dim myStartInfo As ProcessStartInfo = New ProcessStartInfo With { .FileName = MSFS_Path, .WorkingDirectory = System.IO.Path.GetDirectoryName(MSFS_Path), .Arguments = "-FastLaunch" } Try ClientProcess = Process.Start(myStartInfo) Catch ex As Exception Logger.Log(ex.Message) End Try
  3. Awesome! Working great here. Smooth as butter πŸ™‚
  4. Hmm, working here and appears to be smooth. Try a reboot?? James
  5. Loading the update now....
  6. You may need to clear your browser cache in order to pull the new file...
  7. Ahh the infamous "very soon". Hehehehe, some things never change πŸ˜‰
  8. Well *that* will have the kids scratching their heads! LOL (just as we are with Discord bahahahahahaha!)
  9. Ahh well, was worth a try 😞
  10. John, Just saw this post from a developer over in the MS Forum and thought maybe it’s worth a try in FSUIPC as workaround until MS fixes things:
  11. Thank you Trev, it has been a great ride! My hat is off to all of you for your amazing talents and tenacity making this a fantastic hobby πŸ™‚ James
  12. I did the same thing except the LOD file trick, I'll give it a go. I did manage to get rid of the actual wipers by deleting an animation section in one of the thousands of xml files, can't remember which at the moment. Thanks for the tip! James
  13. Hey old friend! Got a kick out of seeing the avatar label it gave you, if they only knew... πŸ˜‰ James
  14. Um, yes, I did. A "Development Update" is simply the same thing as what we were reading, not a patch. So essentially they gave a release date for announcing the patch release date LOL. Sorry, just trying to have some fun. When it comes it comes. James
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