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  1. Dear Pete, I currently use FSUIPC 4.974b and WideFS/WideClient 7.148, and the setup and method described in this thread has worked flawlessly on my System, with Clients running FSX on both Win7 x64 and Win 8.1 x64. However, yesterday I added a new Client running FSX on Win 10 x64. This time I found the keystrokes were not being transmitted to the local FSX window, and the WideClient.log showed this: ********* WideClient Log [version 7.148] Class=FS98MAIN01 ********* Date (dmy): 10/09/18, Time 19:44:26.551: Client name is INSPIRON3567 172 Attempting to connect now 172 LUA:
  2. Hi everyone, and especially WidevieW (FSX) users, A neat additional feature of WidevieW X is the facility to pan the view laterally on the Clients, and also tilt the view downwards or upwards using a hat-switch on the Server. I find this very useful while sitting at the gate at an airport if I want to have a look at the activity around me, on the Climb when I want to have a look down at the terrain, and on Finals, because with the nose-high attitude of some heavy aircraft, one sometimes doesn't get an adequate view of the runway. So this is a gr
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