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Hi to all

Please can you help me??

I would like to see in my PD of Prosim the weather meter of Active Sky Next.....

For this situation I must put inside FSUPC.INI the string: ASNwxRadarPath=C:\Prosim737 ??

Naturally my folder Prosim is located in C: and is called Prosim737

It is correct?

Thanks all in adance

Regards

Giosue

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You haven't referred to the Prosim instructions about this, or read the threads about this in the Prosim support forums?

You not only need the path, it must include the filename too, whatever Prosim needs. It isn't dictated by FSUIPC.

BTW I moved your post to the Support Forum. You mis-posted to the FAQ subforum instead!

Pete

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You have not Referred to the Prosim instructions about this , or read the threads about this in the Prosim support forums ?

Hi Mr. Pete , thanks for reply, Yes I read this in the prosim support forum but I do not understand as to see the weather in ASN Prosim Display .

In prosim forum I read That I must to write in FSUIPC.INI the string : ASNwxRadarPath = C : \ Prosim737 ...... but I do not see the metar condition in Prosim Display

You not only need the path , it must include the filename too , whatever Prosim needs . It Is not Dictated by FSUIPC .

What does it mean ? I have little EXPERIENCE in the simulation .... I must to add other string ? Which? where? in FSUIPC.INI or in Prosim ?

Please can you Help me ? or can you tell me where I can Read these information

 

Thanks in advance

Best Regards

GIosuè

 

BTW I moved your post to the Support Forum. You mis-posted to the FAQ subforum instead!

Pete

 

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In prosim forum I read That I must to write in FSUIPC.INI the string : ASNwxRadarPath = C : \ Prosim737 ...... but I do not see the metar condition in Prosim Display

 

 

 

Where on Earth did you read that "I must to write in FSUIPC.INI the string : ASNwxRadarPath = C : \ Prosim737 "? That's nonsense. It's only part of what you must write!!

 

 

What does it mean ? I have little EXPERIENCE in the simulation .... I must to add other string ? Which? where? in FSUIPC.INI or in Prosim ?

 

 

 

You don't need "experience in the simulation"! You only need to read what is written properly! I assume you don't even know what a file name is?

 

Prosim needs a FILE. You only told FSUIPC a path -- there needs to be a FILENAME in the parameter which tells it the name of the file you want.

 

It is a Prosim matter, not FSUIPC. All FSUIPC needs to know is the path and filename. You are in the wrong place. FSUIPC is not written specifically for Prosim, it produces radar files for any application, and it is up to the application what it should be named and where it should go!

 

Look properly in Prosim support. There's a long thread you need to read to the end:

 

 

Pete

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Exsuse me Mr. Pete

it was not my intention to make angry you

thanks for give me the information of Prosim

best regards

giosue

Where on Earth did you read that "I must to write in FSUIPC.INI the string : ASNwxRadarPath = C : \ Prosim737 "? That's nonsense. It's only part of what you must write!!

 

 

 

You don't need "experience in the simulation"! You only need to read what is written properly! I assume you don't even know what a file name is?

 

Prosim needs a FILE. You only told FSUIPC a path -- there needs to be a FILENAME in the parameter which tells it the name of the file you want.

 

It is a Prosim matter, not FSUIPC. All FSUIPC needs to know is the path and filename. You are in the wrong place. FSUIPC is not written specifically for Prosim, it produces radar files for any application, and it is up to the application what it should be named and where it should go!

 

Look properly in Prosim support. There's a long thread you need to read to the end:

 

 

http://prosim-ar.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=8971

 

Pete

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