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  1. Pete, I find it ))) it's key name - " MPS" (in wind section) - replace it to "KT" and it work fine )) best regard`s Leonid.
  2. Pete, thank you very much for your time ! best regard`s Leonid.
  3. --------- First of all please update to the currently supported version, 4.96. ок. --------- What do you mean "many before the write" I meant by what was said: "I tried a lot of different examples", sorry for my bad English... ---------- Anyway, I don't think your strings are in the correct format for sending to SimConnect. I understand correctly: I have transform METAR string into another format before write it ? Strangely enough, but why then under FSX is working properly?
  4. Pete, thanks for the answer ! --------- What version of FSUIPC are you using? 4.956 --------- Can you show me the string you write to B000? I try many string before write, for example: "ULLI 271700Z 32002MPS 9999 SCT006 OVC019 M02/M03 Q1021 R24R/520336 R24L/420340" "ULLI 290830Z 18002MPS 6000 NSC M10/M11 Q1030 QFE752/1002" "ULLI 290830Z 22003MPS 9999 OVC008 M00/M02 Q1025 R88/290050" best regard`s Leonid.
  5. Hello, I have question, when i write METAR data string in Prepar3D (offset 0xB000) it crash with message (in FSX i write same data, and it work fine and properly): Problem signature: Problem Event Name: BEX Application Name: Prepar3D.exe Application Version: Application Timestamp: 57d9b14e Fault Module Name: MSVCR120.dll Fault Module Version: 12.0.21005.1 Fault Module Timestamp: 524f7ce6 Exception Offset: 000a46bb Exception Code: c0000417 Exception Data: 00000000 OS Version: 6.1.7601. Locale ID: 1049 Additional Information 1: 9efc Additional Information 2: 9efcf318ebeee5282af4d728d33959b9 Additional Information 3: e09d Additional Information 4: e09dbb6f4beb35894a30272a9c3ab93b question - in prepar3D, the offset 0xB000 work? or am I doing something wrong? thanks for the answer and best regard`s Leonid.
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