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Brand new to this. My understanding is that with WideFS I can have FS2002 running on my main XP computer, and have FSNavigator up on a networked WIN98 laptop? That way I can always watch the moving map and make changes etc. from the laptop, and see the results in the actual game. Is there a tutorial on how to set this up? Thanks, in advance. JDH, USMC

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Brand new to this. My understanding is that with WideFS I can have FS2002 running on my main XP computer, and have FSNavigator up on a networked WIN98 laptop? That way I can always watch the moving map and make changes etc. from the laptop, and see the results in the actual game. Is there a tutorial on how to set this up? Thanks, in advance. JDH, USMC

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Guest Stephan Haas

Nope, FSNavigator only works inside FS.

However, if you are into it: use WideView and run a second FS on the second computer. In this FS session you can use FSNavigator.

Kind regards,

Stephan Haas

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Guest Stephan Haas

Nope, FSNavigator only works inside FS.

However, if you are into it: use WideView and run a second FS on the second computer. In this FS session you can use FSNavigator.

Kind regards,

Stephan Haas

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Can anyone reccomend a good navigation program (moving map, all the bells and whistles) that I can run on my networked laptop - I would like to use WideFS. The vision is to run FS on my main computer, and navigation addons (please reccomend) on the networked laptop.

JDH

I would like something similar to FSnavigator (feature wise).

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Can anyone reccomend a good navigation program (moving map, all the bells and whistles) that I can run on my networked laptop - I would like to use WideFS. The vision is to run FS on my main computer, and navigation addons (please reccomend) on the networked laptop.

JDH

I would like something similar to FSnavigator (feature wise).

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