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Charly

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About Charly

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  • Birthday 01/01/1970

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  1. :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: talking about ultra fast support... Thanks Pete! Regards Charly Diaz Azcue
  2. Hi Pete, Like you said, if I load first a default plane in FS2004 then switch to the PMDG 737 the autopilot and autothrottle works fine... If I select the PMDG 737 through the initial "Create a Flight" menu they don't work...the gauges don't appear in the main panel until you choose another view then they comes to live. I saw a post in the PMDG forum that says you are working about this, thanks. About the link in the Mr. Schiratti website, now it's working OK. Regards Charly Diaz Azcue
  3. Hi Pete, I don't know if you are aware that the autopilot and the autothrottle in the PMDG 737 don't work if you install FSUIPC 3.128. I'm using a registered version. Switching back to 3.125 and they work OK. Also seems that the link in your webpage pointing to this forum (http://forums.simflight.com/dowson) is not working...? Regards Charly Diaz Azcue
  4. Hi all, first post in this forums. I'm using FSUIPC to map a button of my CH Yoke to transmit with Roger Wilco. Now I have another PC, and I'm using WideFS, so in main PC runs only FS2002 and in the client PC ActiveSky or FsMeteo, Squawkbox, ACARS program, etc, etc... and everything works very well. Thanks Pete! :D Now I want to use RW on the client PC...how I setup WideFS to recognice when I push the button of the Yoke in the main PC so RW can transmit on the client PC? I read the pdf but I feel lost.. I'm using the F12 key to transmit. This is part of the FSIUPC cfg file -----------
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