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Please help me in configuration of WideFS module. I would like to use different panels at the different computers connected through LAN. For example main panel on the 1 computer,radio or autopilot on the computer 2 and so on..... If possible, give example of INI files for described avobe for,also as example, default Boeinf 737.

Detailed description-the bast variant. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Please help me in configuration of WideFS module. I would like to use different panels at the different computers connected through LAN. For example main panel on the 1 computer,radio or autopilot on the computer 2 and so on..... If possible, give example of INI files for described avobe for,also as example, default Boeinf 737.

Detailed description-the bast variant. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Please help me in configuration of WideFS module. I would like to use different panels at the different computers connected through LAN. For example main panel on the 1 computer,radio or autopilot on the computer 2 and so on

Sorry, but there is really no way possible to use different parts of an FS panel on different PCs without an installation of FS on each one. Each part of an FS panel uses so much code inside FS that it is completely dependent upon it. WideFS can only link EXTERNAL programs to FS over the LAN.

If your client PC is powerful enough for FS then you can try linking multiple copies of FS together, but this involves WidevieW (by Luciano Napolitano) not WideFS. Even then, from what I've heard, the panel parts aren't actually driven correctly on clients, so you'd need to run the panel on the server and use the Client for views.

All in all you'd be much better off using multiple monitors on an single PC. You can undock panel parts and simply drag them onto the other monitor.

Regards,

Pete

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Please help me in configuration of WideFS module. I would like to use different panels at the different computers connected through LAN. For example main panel on the 1 computer,radio or autopilot on the computer 2 and so on

Sorry, but there is really no way possible to use different parts of an FS panel on different PCs without an installation of FS on each one. Each part of an FS panel uses so much code inside FS that it is completely dependent upon it. WideFS can only link EXTERNAL programs to FS over the LAN.

If your client PC is powerful enough for FS then you can try linking multiple copies of FS together, but this involves WidevieW (by Luciano Napolitano) not WideFS. Even then, from what I've heard, the panel parts aren't actually driven correctly on clients, so you'd need to run the panel on the server and use the Client for views.

All in all you'd be much better off using multiple monitors on an single PC. You can undock panel parts and simply drag them onto the other monitor.

Regards,

Pete

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