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virtual serial port program (freeware) from MixW?


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hi

The User Guide concerning GPSout states:

"A virtual serial port program (freeware) from MixW is available from my Support Forum. You can use this to generate a pair of linked virtual serial ports to connect between GPSout and a receiving program on the same PC, or between WideClient and the receiving program on a client PC."

Can't find it on the Support Forum?

Been to MixW site, but what I saw there was a tuning module for a Ham radio (or something)

Any chance I can get a copy of this port program? somewhere / want to try a GPS Map :)

Or am I missing something (cant find my glasses sometimes either:)

thx

mt

FSUIPC 4.50 / Vista x64 x86 / FSX SP2

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The User Guide concerning GPSout states:

"A virtual serial port program (freeware) from MixW is available from my Support Forum. You can use this to generate a pair of linked virtual serial ports to connect between GPSout and a receiving program on the same PC, or between WideClient and the receiving program on a client PC."

Can't find it on the Support Forum?

Ah, is it not there now? I must have missed it out when I had to rebuild the Announcements after they all got lost somehow.

Anyway, the MixW one doesn't work on Vista or windows 7. There are some more flexible ones available, one also freeware. Try the freeware one from Eterlogic, here:

http://www.eterlogic.com/Downloads.html

Regards

Pete

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