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Im Using two machines both running WinXP Pro and both networked, I'm using Wide FS which works fine I can connect to VATSIM etc running sqkw box on my second machine. However when I connect, Roger Wilco doesn't autoload and it wont auto switch when changing freqs using the atc directory can anyone help?.

I'm using Roger Wilco on the main FS2002 Machine and not on the machine running Wide Client and tried both roger wilco versions 1C and 1D without any luck.

Thanks In Advance

Steve

Using sqkw Box 2.3 B5

Roger Wilco 1c,1d (Both Tried)

WideFS 5.50

Im Using TCP/IP and Both Computers have Ip's 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.0.2

Wide Client ini

[Config]

Window=0,2,788,27

Visible=Yes

Timeout=20

UseTCPIP=Yes

ServerIPAddr=192.168.0.1

Port=8002

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

[user]

Log=Errors+

ActionKeys=Yes

KeySend1=RWon

KeySend2=RWoff

RunReady1=D:\Program Files\ActiveSky wxRE\wxre.exe

//RunReady2=

//RunReady3=

DelayReady1=5

//DelayReady2=

//DelayReady3=

CloseReady1=Yes

//CloseReady2=

//CloseReady3=

Wide Server ini

[Config]

UseTCPIP=YES

Port=8002

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

[user]

Log=Errors+

RestartHotKey=78,11

TitleBarUpdate=No

KeySend1=3

KeySend2=3,1

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

Wide Client Log

********* WideClient.DLL Log [version 5.50] *********

Date (dmy): 05/07/03, Time 21:39:00.063: Client name is CLIENT

311 Attempting to connect now

361 Connection made okay!

511 New Client Application: "wxRE" (Id=1564)

4867 Connection closed by server!

4877 Ready to try connection again

4917 Attempting to connect now

4927 Connection made okay!

55851 New Client Application: "squawkbox" (Id=1668)

329875 Reception maximum achieved: 3 frames/sec, 123 bytes/sec

329875 Reception average achieved whilst connected: 1 frames/sec, 37 bytes/sec

329875 Max receive buffer = 97, Max send depth = 0

329875 ********* Log file closed (Buffers: MaxUsed 2, Alloc 2070 Freed 2070 Refused 0) *********

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I'm using Wide FS which works fine I can connect to VATSIM etc running sqkw box on my second machine. However when I connect, Roger Wilco doesn't autoload and it wont auto switch when changing freqs using the atc directory can anyone help?.

I'm using Roger Wilco on the main FS2002 Machine and not on the machine running Wide Client and tried both roger wilco versions 1C and 1D without any luck.

I'm afraid I don't know anything about Squawkbox or Roger Wilco, and I certainly wasn't aware that RW "autoloads" -- how does it do that? What loads it? It won't load itself unless it has some background process or driver running to do this for it.

If SB has a facility to load RW, then of course it cannot when SB is not even on the same PC.

The same may apply to this switching of frequencies -- I don't know any "ATC directory" (is this in SB?), but if SB feeds frequencies to RW, it won't find it if it's on the other PC, now will it?

None of this is anything at all to do with WideFS or FS. Roger Wilco is NOT an FS Application as such, it doesn't interface to FSUIPC or WideFS, it is an entirely separate program. Only FSUIPC client applications can communicate via WideFs, and then only if they are programmed to do this.

Regards,

Pete

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I'm using Roger Wilco on the main FS2002 Machine and not on the machine running Wide Client and tried both roger wilco versions 1C and 1D without any luck.

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Hi,

Please use RW on the SAME computer where is running SB and everything should go into the order...

Regards

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