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  1. Hi all, I am flying with P3D and an A320 on two monitors. I separate my undocked cockpit view on the second monitor. On my Master monitor runs the main P3D process with main panel view. So I have two views running. I change the views with FSUIPC and my controller buttons. Now I want to change the view on the second monitor e.g. from cockpit view to spot view. But before I do this, I have to click on the second monitor in order to get focus on that screen. Then the view change works by controller buttons. Now my question: what FSUIPC function can I use to change the focus to my second screen, before I change the view by controller button with a key sequence and FSUIPC? My term "focus" always means the MS Windows process focus. Thanks and regards Alhard
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