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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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[buttons]

1=H1,0,K123,8

2=U1,0,K123,8

[Keys]

1=123,8,1001,0,1002,0

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Thanks in advance for the help!

Regards

Charly - BAW062

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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..

Please tell me why you do not understand the documentation. I keep adding more comments to help, and even examples now. What else can I do? How can I explain any better here when I fail so miserably in the proper places? Please help improve it, not try to bypass it, it doesn't help.

Thanks & Regards,

Pete

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Hi,

I have a similar problem (perhaps the same):

If my only special assignment for the CH yoke is RW things work OK. My WideServer.ini file is:

; PLEASE SEE the documentation for parameter details

; ==================================================

[Config]

Port=8002

; -----------------------------------------------

[user]

Log=Errors+

Keysend1=33 ;send press joystick 2, key 2

Keysend2=33,1 ;release joystick 2 key 2

; ===============================================

My WideClient.ini file is:

; PLEASE SEE WideFS documentation for parameter details

; =====================================================

[Config]

Port=8002

Window=469,1,554,742

Visible=Yes

Timeout=20

ServerNode=0.0.21576.11240.18619

; -----------------------------------------------

[user]

Log=Errors+

Actionkeys=Yes

KeySend1=RWon

KeySend2=RWoff

; ===============================================

Now in order to make different assignments for other controls I have installed CH control manager. The CH control manager translates controls of the yoke into keyboard keystrokes. This means that WideServer now should be able to pick up a keystroke on the server and translate it into a WideClient RW command. I haven't found out how to do this.

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Keysend1=33 ;send press joystick 2, key 2

Keysend2=33,1 ;release joystick 2 key 2

You might find it easier to do the programming of KeySends in FSUIPC these days, as pointed out in the WideFS documentation.

Now in order to make different assignments for other controls I have installed CH control manager. The CH control manager translates controls of the yoke into keyboard keystrokes. This means that WideServer now should be able to pick up a keystroke on the server and translate it into a WideClient RW command. I haven't found out how to do this

There is no way for WideServer to do this. It isn't a facility in WideServer -- the only KeySend facility is to translate BUTTTON pressings into signals across the Network, with WideClient converting them to Keystrokes at that end. Please read the documentation!

If you want to user KeyStrokes on the FS PC, refer to the FSUIPC "Keys" page and program the keystrokes to send the KeySends instead.

Regards,

Pete

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