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  1. Hi all, Well, after a full day making white hairs, I think I need your help with FSUIPC and keystrokes sent from a program. At this time I am trying to understand why ProsimUtils has issues to control GSX : commands are sent from the CDU to ProsimUtils, and then to P3D through FSUIPC/WideClient. Sometimes, the command CTRL+SHIFT+F12 opens the usual FSX window, but it's rare, and the command following the first one (1 or 2 to select an option) does nothing ... After that, if I want to open GSX window again, it simply doesn't work. All commands are registered in FSUIPC log, so they are we
  2. @Mouseviator has kindly provided an updated java SDK for FSUIPC. This should be more efficient than the existing SDKs as requests are processed in batch, rather than individually. Please see . The new SDK with documentation and examples is available from @Mouseviator web site: https://mouseviator.com/fsuipc-java-sdk/ Also available from github: https://github.com/Mouseviator/FSUIPC-Java This package has been added to the SDK in the FSUIPC6 installer (after version 6.0.10). John
  3. Hi, is there a way of directly sending events to PMDG through the FSUIPC_Write call ? My program can successfully toggle the Pause control so I know it works using FSUIPC offset 0x262. FSUIPC_Write(0x262, 2, 1, &dwResult); FSUIPC_Process(&dwResult); But it doesn't work if I try to use 0x1123D, which is the event for Left CDU letter 'A' with the LEFT_MOUSE_SINGLE parameter 0x20000000 i.e. FSUIPC_Write(0x1123D, 4, 0x20000000, &dwResult); FSUIPC_Process(&dwResult); I realise I can do it indirectly via calling a Lua script thr
  4. Hi, although I'm pretty new to all this I've managed to control the CDU through the PMDG offsets using both the FSUIPC Buttons & Switches page & through a Lua script. The info is out there but in a few different places so I though I'd post this for reference: Open up PMDG\PMDG 737 NGX\SDK\PMDG_NGX_SDK.h Find the address to write to by adding your event to THIRD_PARTY_EVENT_ID_MIN #define THIRD_PARTY_EVENT_ID_MIN 0x00011000 // equals to 69632 #define EVT_CDU_L_A (THIRD_PARTY_EVENT_ID_MIN + 573) So to write the letter 'A' to the CDU the addre
  5. Hello Guys, I would like to use FSUIPC with Python 3.X Can please anyone help to do this? The SDK is for Python 2.7 and win32. Is there any chance to compile the module for Python 3.5 and amd64? Is there another way to geht the pyuipc module for Pyhon 3.X? Where should I start? Is there anythind out which does this? Thank you very much, Andreas
  6. Hello, I have FSUIPC with Prepar3D and I want to create a program to get the Prepar3D's information through FSUIPC. To do this, I would like to use Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 and the FSUIPC SDK. The problem is that I don't usually use Microsoft Visual C++ and I don't know how to integrate the SDK. I don't really know what to do with the .h .c .lib and .rc files... Can anyone help me please? Ben
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