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FSUIPC - WIDEFS - Network PTT for Pilot2atc

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Peter must be very proud of the FSUIPC development - central to the simulator and what most people install first - great job thank you.

I have it up and running across the network and works great.

Been working to set up PTT on the client for Pilot2atc (the programme itself connects fine). Have added the KeySend commands to FSUIPC and the keySend (1&2) lines to the client.ini. To avoid confusion used the shift+ A example from the guide. Shift +A set up on Pilot2atc and activates the PTT from the keyboard on the client machine.  Tried with and without the UseSendInput=yes but must be missing something somewhere.....

Saw on a post that Peter himself I think linked the Pilot2atc PTT so grateful for any advice on what I am missing please?

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3 hours ago, Ndh said:

Been working to set up PTT on the client for Pilot2atc (the programme itself connects fine). Have added the KeySend commands to FSUIPC and the keySend (1&2) lines to the client.ini. To avoid confusion used the shift+ A example from the guide. Shift +A set up on Pilot2atc and activates the PTT from the keyboard on the client machine.  Tried with and without the UseSendInput=yes but must be missing something somewhere.....

Saw on a post that Peter himself I think linked the Pilot2atc PTT so grateful for any advice on what I am missing please?

My systems are off at present. Maybe not on till Manday now. But if you post your FSUIPC INI and your Wideclient.INI -- and your P2A settings (can't recall where they are or what the filename is, offhand), I can compare them with mine and sort it from there.

Pete

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for the prompt response  Pete - fixed it though not exactly sure what I did differently. Added UseSendInput=Yes back again and was a little more careful with the case of the letters maybe and it works (capital Y on Yes).... brill.

 

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6 minutes ago, Ndh said:

Added UseSendInput=Yes back again and was a little more careful with the case of the letters maybe and it works (capital Y on Yes).... brill.

Well,  Yes, yES, yes etc should all be the same really. Still, glad it worked and i'll make a note to double check that.

Pete

 

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On 4/14/2019 at 5:01 PM, Pete Dowson said:

Well,  Yes, yES, yes etc should all be the same really. Still, glad it worked and i'll make a note to double check that.

Pete

Checked this morning. There's no case dependency. it can be YES, yes, Yes, yES etc etc. 

The spelling of that and the parameter name is critical though.

Pete

 

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